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Oral Bacteria Linked to Migraines

By Dr. Lori Lemire Family Dentistry | Nov 16, 2016 | 0 Comments
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There are many reasons why those of us who live in the Coos Bay community might need to see a family dentist near the Oregon Coast. Toothaches, problems eating, sensitivity to hot or cold drinks and jaw discomfort are all reasons why patients come to see Dr. Lemire. However, the result of a new study…

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Tips For Teething: Surviving Baby’s First Teeth

By Dr. Lori Lemire Family Dentistry | Oct 22, 2016 | 0 Comments
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As many a harried parent can attest, when your child starts to get their first teeth, usually between six to 12 months, it can be a painful and trying experience for all. Babies are born with all 20 “baby” or primary teeth already in their mouth, just below the gum line. By age three, all your…

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New Research Maps Out Tooth Enamel at Atomic Level

By Dr. Lori Lemire Family Dentistry | Sep 22, 2016 | 0 Comments
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As a children’s dentist in Coos Bay, Dr. Lori Lemire was dismayed by the statistic that one out of every two children in Australia suffer from tooth decay in their permanent teeth by the age of 12, according to a new study. Now researchers from the University of Sydney believe they have successfully identified some…

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The Great Mouthwash Debate

By Dr. Lori Lemire Family Dentistry | Mar 30, 2016 | 0 Comments
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For many of Coos Bay dentist Dr. Lori Lemire’s patients, finishing off their daily oral hygiene routine comes with a vigorous swish of mouthwash. Many people really enjoy the refreshing sensation that comes from rinsing after they’ve finished brushing. Not only do they appreciate the minty fresh breath, they also feel like they’re helping to…

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Understanding Burning Mouth Syndrome

By Dr. Lori Lemire Family Dentistry | Nov 15, 2015 | 0 Comments
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Welcome to the Coos Bay Dentist Blog! What the name suggests pretty much explains it all when it comes to Burning Mouth Syndrome. What causes the condition remains a mystery, however, as does why the syndrome stops whenever you fall asleep. Imagine the pain you’d experience in your gums, tongue and lips immediately after drinking…

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How to Protect Primary Teeth– and Why

By Dr. Lori Lemire Family Dentistry | Mar 25, 2015 | 0 Comments

Your dentist in Coos Bay, Dr. Lori Lemire, is the top choice for parents seeking excellent pediatric dental care. Why? Our clinic places extra emphasis on ensuring that our young patients get the gentle start they need to a lifetime of oral health. Because we are parents ourselves, our team has the experience– and the…

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Green, Leafy, and Really Good!

By Dr. Lori Lemire Family Dentistry | Feb 28, 2015 | 0 Comments

When it comes to a healthy diet, our patients are the best! Our patients enjoy plates heaping with veggies, whole grains, and dairy products (for the all-important calcium that supports teeth and bones). At Lori Lemire Family Dentistry, your family dentistry in Coos Bay, we know how lucky we are to have such health-conscious patients!…

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Bad Food + Bad Oral Hygiene = Bad News

By Dr. Lori Lemire Family Dentistry | Jan 31, 2015 | 0 Comments

With the growing body of evidence that oral health can impact a patient’s systemic health comes a growing concern from health care professionals about eating– and drinking– habits. In fact, a report published in the Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine, a group from Britain, announced that one way consumers could improve both oral…

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Sugar: What You Should Know

By Dr. Lori Lemire Family Dentistry | Dec 23, 2014 | 0 Comments

Ever wonder how the sugar plum fairies have it in for your teeth? After all, their appearance in renditions of the Nutcracker is quite lovely, and they taste great! With the holiday blizzards of sugar flying around, Dr. Lemire, your Coos Bay dentist, hopes to explain a little bit about why sugar is actually pretty…

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A New Approach to Learning Oral Hygiene?

By Dr. Lori Lemire Family Dentistry | Oct 31, 2014 | 0 Comments

As all parents are well aware, teaching our children how to care for their oral health through disciplined habits, repeated daily, is a process that can take years. Part of our job as parents is helping kids to learn these habits through example as well as by supporting, often through supervision, kid’s practice of regular…

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