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How to Maintain Your Dental Implants

Dental Implants are designed to fit, feel, and function just like your natural teeth. When it comes to missing teeth dental implants are considered the permanent solution because they provide patients with a long-lasting solution to their missing teeth problem. However, although dental implants can be considered a long-term solution it is just as important […]

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How to Prevent Gum Disease

It is a well-known fact that majority of us will experience some form of gum disease at some point within our lifetime. However, there are steps and measures that can be taken to prevent gum disease. The major and leading cause of gum disease is related to plaque building up within your teeth and your […]

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Dental Care At Any Time

Unfortunately, emergencies can happen at any time. This not only goes for the usual aspects of life, but medical, too. Like hospitals and the emergency center, dentists are now turning to emergency services to best attend to their patients. You never know when your oral cavity can get damaged, and leaving an issue unattended is […]

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Gingivitis and Oral Health

Gum disease, typically referred to as gingivitis, is an infection where your gums become red, inflamed, and sometimes bleed. Gingivitis affects the soft tissue in the oral cavity that support the teeth. When you begin having gum disease, bacteria become trapped in the areas creating pain and discomfort. This condition does not begin with a […]

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Dental Implants: What Are They?

Dental Implants: What Are They? Dental patients who have suffered the loss of one or more teeth would benefit from having dental implants installed. This is mainly because dental implants provide patients with missing teeth with a permanent solution. Also, unlike other tooth restoration options dental implants are permanently affixed into a patient’s mouth which […]

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Cosmetic Dentistry: The Different Types Of Cosmetic Procedures

Cosmetic Dentistry Are you in need of cosmetic dentistry? If so don’t hesitate to reach out to our office for your cosmetic procedure. Also, thanks to advancements in cosmetic dentistry we have many options available to assist you with your cosmetic needs. When it comes to cosmetic dentistry there are procedure options that are available […]

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Stop Your Root Canal Worry

It is common for most people to begin to worry at the first moment they hear they may need a root canal. This procedure frightens many because of the bad wrap it obtained in years past. When dental anesthesia was not in use as it is today and when the procedure was not as seamless […]

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Noticing Your Symptoms

When your gums are a little more red than usual, and you have some sensitivity, many people go about their days, not worrying about the minor discomfort. As days go on, there still may be some red and more sensitivity, but by this time, it is common for patients to still not realize they are […]

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Cosmetic Dentistry: More Than a Makeover for Your Mouth

Many people believe that cosmetic dentistry only deals with the visual aspect of your smile. Contrary to popular belief, cosmetic dentistry also offers a multitude of other benefits not just in the visual department. Improves more than just your smile Think about how you feel after you just received a complete smile makeover or a […]

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Dental Veneers 101

Dental veneers are custom-made shells for your teeth. These shells cover the front of your teeth to give your natural teeth a better appearance. These shells are often made of porcelain or from the resin of composite materials. Porcelain veneers are typically better for resisting stains from food and drinks, while the resin veneers give […]

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