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Why is Flossing So Important?

Although flossing is sometimes an overlooked step, flossing daily is key to preventing serious health conditions such as severe gum disease and tooth decay. Greenwood, IN dentist Dr. David Goris is passionate about helping his patients maintain their oral health.…

What Causes Cavities?

Severe tooth decay can wear away the tooth enamel, the hard outer layer of the tooth. Eventually, if enough enamel wears away, the soft tissues and nerves within the tooth will be exposed, creating a cavity in the tooth. One…

Breaking Bad Oral Health Habits

Many people may revert to oral habits that are bad for their teeth in times of stress. Chewing ice, nail-biting, and brushing teeth too hard are common patterns of behavior that many patients face. Patient health is at the forefront…

How to Treat Chipped Teeth

Have you accidentally chipped one or more teeth? Chipped teeth can happen to anyone, and there are several treatment options available to fix them. Dr. David Goris fixes chipped teeth with dental crowns, dental implants, or porcelain veneers at Beautiful…

Why Do My Gums Bleed?

Gum disease is a dental condition that is linked to a number of serious health conditions including heart disease, stroke, and diabetes. According to the American Dental Association, more than 7 out of 10 adults suffer from some form of…

COVID-19 and Your Dental Care

During this difficult time, patient safety is our top priority. As of now, we are taking patients with dental emergencies and are helping patients reschedule their routine appointments and dental cleanings. Our Greenwood, Indiana team also wants to remind our…