Gregory E. Oxford, DDS, MS, PhD & Isabell G. Oxford, DMD

100 Whetstone Place, Suite 308, St. Augustine, FL 32086 (904) 810-2345

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See Your Dentist If You Notice Any of These 3 Problem Signs

Although there are several potential problems people could encounter involving their teeth, gums or mouth, most fall into three basic categories. That's the finding of a recent survey conducted Read More

Saving Primary Teeth From Decay Is Totally Worth It - Here's How

The few teeth your one or two year old has will eventually fall out in a few years—so, why be concerned about tooth decay this early? Actually, you should: Read More

Stay Ahead of Decay-Spreading Root Cavities

Finding out you have a cavity isn't the best of news. But finding out it's a root cavity is even worse: if not treated, the decay can spread more Read More

Craft a Custom Care Plan by Identifying Your Individual Risk for Tooth Decay

Although we've known for some time how tooth decay forms, it's still prevalent across the population—even more so than cancer or heart disease. Along with gum disease, it's a Read More

What You Can Do To Help Your Child Avoid Tooth Decay

So, when should you begin taking measures to prevent tooth decay in your child's teeth? When their teeth first begin to show? When all of their primary (baby) teeth Read More

Even All-Natural Fruit Juice Could Increase the Risk of Tooth Decay

All-natural fruit juice with no additives: now what could be wrong with that? Nothing—unless your child is over-indulging. Too much of even natural fruit juice could increase their risk Read More

Less is Better: the 21st Century Approach to Tooth Decay Treatment

For over a century dentists treated tooth decay by removing both diseased portions of the tooth and healthy structure deemed at risk for future decay. In the 1970s, though, Read More

Actor David Ramsey Discusses Baby Bottle Tooth Decay

Cavities can happen even before a baby has his first piece of candy. This was the difficult lesson actor David Ramsey of the TV shows Arrow and Dexter learned Read More

Beyond Brushing and Flossing: Consider Other Risk Factors for Tooth Decay

Tooth decay is a primary cause of tooth damage and loss, with annual treatment costs in the billions of dollars. It arises mainly from oral bacteria, which proliferates in Read More

Your Child's Age One Dental Visit

Parenthood comes with no manual — if it did it would surely include many essential tips to make your job easier while improving your children's lives. One important fact Read More

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