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Meet the Doctor

Dr. Cook's genuine concern for your well-being ensures that you will always receive outstanding dental care.

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About Our Office

Our friendly professional team works hard to make you comfortable so that every visit is enjoyable and stress-free.

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We stay current with the latest dental treatments to provide you with the services you need for excellent oral health.

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5 Tips for Preparing Your Child for a Dental Visit

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Do you get a little anxious thinking about dental visits for your child? It is understandable that, as a parent, you want to avoid any situation where your little one might feel scared or uncomfortable.

As a children’s dentist in Birmingham, Dr. Aaron Cook understands your concern. But we want to put your mind at rest because there are steps you can take before your child’s visit to ensure a positive experience.

Getting Your Child Ready for the Dentist

  1. Make a trip to the library with your child and check out some children’s books or videos about visiting the dentist. Your child will probably be able to relate better to a character's experience ...

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New Research Could Make Dental Implants More Successful

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Dental implants are one of the most popular treatment options for missing teeth available today, and while they are one of the most successful and effective options, there are still cases where implant surgeries fail. Implants can fail due to a number of issues, including infection, rejection of the implant, weak connection to the bone, and mechanical issues. 

Reducing Implant Failures

One of the most common reasons that an implant can fail is peri-implantitis, which occurs when biofilms develop on the implant during the healing process. A new study found that by implementing thin coatings to the implant posts, this issue can be reduced.

The coatings are made of a combination of ...

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4 Ways to Keep Up with Oral Care When You Don't Feel Good

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When you're sick with a cold or the flu, it can be difficult to focus on keeping up with your oral health. It's important, however, and often makes people feel more healthy while sick. Here are some tips on how to keep up: 

Keeping up with oral health

  1. Brush your teeth: When you're stuck in bed and sleeping more than normal, it's easy to forget to brush and floss your teeth. However, it's an easy way to help yourself feel a bit more normal. Just simply trying to brush your teeth on a semi-normal schedule is best. And, of course, brushing twice a day is vital towards fighting plaque build-up on your teeth!
  2. Stay ...

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Dental Implants That Prevent Gum Disease?

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The development of improved dental techniques and materials is occurring at a dizzying pace. The idea of dental implants was pretty revolutionary when they were first developed. But as innovative as tooth implants are, scientists have still found a way to improve on the original concept to further ensure long-term success.

Implants That Protect Against Gum Disease?

Dental implants have a 98% success rate, which is pretty awesome. The main reason that an implant might fail is an infection that develops as a result of biofilm. Biofilm is a fancy term for a bacteria-laden plaque that builds up on teeth and leads to gum disease, which can compromise the stability of the ...

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Three Reasons Why Baby Teeth Matter

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The team at our Birmingham, AL dental office truly enjoys practicing children’s dentistry. It’s a joy to watch little kids' early dental development. Just think – those adorable little teeth have just been sitting there in the gums waiting to make their big debut! Then the day finally comes and, after a few tears, a shiny new tooth appears.

You have to think that Mother Nature’s got this process pretty well under control. Baby teeth develop in the gums, then emerge, and when the time comes, they fall out and primary teeth emerge. 

Note that we said, when the time comes. It can be easy to make the mistake of thinking that, ...

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How Alcohol, Caffeine, Tobacco, and Drug Abuse Relate to Clenching and Grinding

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Do you find yourself waking up frequently with headaches, jaw pain, or neck pain? Have you noticed any wear on your teeth?

Did you know that you may be clenching or grinding your teeth during the night? What causes clenching and grinding, or bruxism?

There are different factors for everyone; however, a new study from the Journal of the American Dental Association explains how alcohol, caffeine, tobacco, and drug abuse are related to bruxism (chronic clenching and grinding).

What Causes Bruxism?

We understand that life situations such as anxiety or stress can contribute to bruxism; however, a new study is shedding light on the fact that our lifestyle choices may also have an ...

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Signs of a High-Quality Birmingham, AL Office

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A quick Internet search will give you dozens—maybe even hundreds—of dental practices who are in your area. When you are looking for a high-quality Birmingham, AL office, however, you want to know a lot more than what their listing or website might tell you.

If you want a dentist who can partner with you and your family for years to come, you want to make sure you are finding a quality dentist in Birmingham, AL.


A high-quality dentist who is part of a high-quality practice will be happy to answer questions to ensure you understand exactly what procedures and treatments you might need. You should never feel bad asking questions; communication is ...

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