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Are Dental Implants Right for You?

Are you missing one or more teeth? Are you worried that the teeth you have left will have to be pulled? Do you KNOW that you need to do SOMETHING, but REFUSE to get dentures? If so, you’re not alone. I see this kind of thing all the time: Patients who want and need a new set of teeth, but who can’t stand the idea of going through the same embarrassment and discomfort that their parents and...
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Viewing Your Teeth as an Investment

I doubt anyone would argue that dental care can be expensive. However, unlike some other health problems, dental issues don’t go away with antibiotics and a few days in bed. Teeth do not heal themselves. Teeth do not straighten themselves. I’m sure we’d all agree that dental problems, if left unattended, will only get worse and more expensive. Have you ever thought it best to forego much needed...
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A Dentist You Can Trust

Did you ever used to play the game “Trust” as a kid? One person would let themselves fall backwards, while the other person caught them before they hit the ground. For the person falling, there’s always a feeling of unease until that second you feel yourself being caught safely. Here at our dental practice, you can take the plunge and we will be here to give you the sense of comfort, trust and...
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Tips to Achieve Your Best Smile

Creating a healthy and beautiful smile begins with brushing and flossing. But you already know that. Are you aware of other actions that can improve your odds of having a healthy, gorgeous smile? Here is some additional advice: –       Avoid sports drinks. These beverages are popular, but the pH levels in them may cause erosion of the tooth enamel. –       Drink tap water. Most...
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Take Time To Interview Your New Dentist

Always take the time to interview a new dentist.  Here are some things you should consider when choosing a dentist.  Find out about advanced, hands-on training courses they have completed.  You want a dentist that has continuing education throughout their career.  This will ensure they are competent beyond dental school-mastering or specializing in one of the many disciplines in dentistry....
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The Loss of a Good Dental Foundation Can Lead to Future Problems

There are a lot of ways that you can lose a tooth, an accident, dental decay or genetics are all reasons why you may now have a missing piece in your smile. Sure, we all want an inviting and perfect smile and you may want to take care of the missing tooth to make yourself look and feel better. However, there are other reasons to fill that missing gap that are not about simply appearance. While...
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