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5 Reasons You Should Consider Dental Implants

By Bronitsky Family Dentistry | Nov 16, 2021

When it comes to getting dental implants in Aloha, our team at Bronitsky Family Dental understands that patients may feel uncertain about undergoing the procedure. However, if you’re among the 69 percent of Americans who’ve experienced tooth loss whether due to dental disease or injury, dental implants offer an affordable and lasting solution that will…

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Do Your Genetics Increase Your Gum Disease Risk?

By Bronitsky Family Dentistry | Sep 30, 2021

As a general dentist in Aloha, Dr. Bronitsky remains dedicated to providing the community with the type of quality dental care needed for her patients to enjoy a healthy, great-looking smile for a lifetime. With almost 10 percent of the world’s population dealing with severe gum disease, a condition known as periodontitis, quality dental care…

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Study Finds Gum Disease Linked to Depression

By Bronitsky Family Dentistry | Jul 14, 2021

As a general dentist in Aloha, Dr. Bronitsky provides all of her patients with the type of advanced dental care they need to enjoy a healthy, great-looking smile for a lifetime. In our blog, we’ve covered a variety of studies that demonstrates just how important a patient’s oral health is to their overall health. Decades…

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Secondhand Smoke Exposure Increases Oral Cancer Risk

By Bronitsky Family Dentistry | May 24, 2021

As a general dentist in Aloha, Dr. Bronitsky works with her patients to help them better understand the risks their oral health faces from dental decay and disease. As most patients know, smoking greatly increases their risk for a variety of serious health problems, including gum disease, tooth loss, and oral cancers. Now, a new…

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What Every Patient Needs to Know About Oral Cancer

By Bronitsky Family Dentistry | Apr 2, 2021

When it comes to their oral health, many of the patients who come to Bronitsky Family Dentistry for dental care in Aloha remain focused on avoiding cavities, preventing gum disease, and avoiding bad breath. However, a significant health risk often goes unnoticed unless diagnosed by Dr. Bronitsky – oral cancer. While cancers of the oral…

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RA Patients with Gum Disease Have a Higher Risk for Heart Disease

By Bronitsky Family Dentistry | Dec 11, 2020

As we’ve covered before on our Bronitsky Family Dental blog, your oral health plays a significant role in determining your overall health. Decades worth of research has found that patients who experience tooth decay, gum disease, and tooth loss have a significantly higher risk for developing a range of chronic health conditions that include heart…

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CDC Identifies More COVID-19 Symptoms

By Bronitsky Family Dentistry | May 10, 2020

As widespread testing offers the key to safely reopening businesses and medical services, like our Aloha family dental office, throughout Oregon, people must continue to avoid heading out into public when feeling the symptoms of the coronavirus. To this point, the list of symptoms related to the disease have been rather short: cough, fever, and…

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A Healthy Diet for a Great-Looking Smile

By Bronitsky Family Dentistry | Feb 15, 2020

Many nutritionists consider breakfast the most important meal of the day. As your Aloha family dentist, Dr. Bronitsky also thinks of breakfast as an incredibly important meal, but for slightly different reasons. For most people, the foods they eat in the morning will stay with them for the majority of the day. After all, if…

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Elite Athletes Have Poor Oral Health Despite Their Hygiene Habits

By Bronitsky Family Dentistry | Jan 6, 2020

As an Aloha, OR family dentist, Dr. Bronitsky wants all of her patients to understand just how big a role what we eat plays in determining our oral health. Sure, we could probably all agree that drinking a 12-pack of soda a day and eating something decadently sweet at every meal will probably lead to…

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