3 Ways to Brighten Your Smile This Christmas

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Who doesn’t want a white smile, especially for Christmas? Well, if you’re one who does, we have some tips for you! Here are three ways you can brighten your smile for Christmas, and we encourage you to try one: Over-the-counter whitening There are many whitening treatments available at the local grocery stores, like whitening strips,… Read more »

How You Can Avoid a Root Canal

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Are you concerned about root canals? Do you avoid going to the dentist just to avoid this dreaded treatment? If so, we have good news for you: root canal therapy has come a long way. In fact, most patients who have had this treatment aren’t nearly as concerned with having another. Still, we believe that… Read more »

Misconceptions about Gum Disease

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Were you told that teeth lost by gum disease are irreplaceable? Have you read online that bleeding gums are signs of a good, deep cleaning? Do you ever wonder how accurate these claims are? If you have ever asked yourself any of these questions, we are happy to provide you with answers. In fact, we… Read more »

The Sedation Methods Offered By Your Dentist

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Are you terrified of undergoing dental procedures, or even just a routine check-up? You’re not alone. Up to 15% of Americans have a very real fear of visiting the dentist. If you have such a fear, speak with your dentist about it. They will help put you at ease, explain the procedure, and may even… Read more »

How To Care For Dentures

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If you have lost most of your teeth, then dentures can do a wonderful job at helping restore your smile. However, it is important to care for your dentures properly to prevent damaging them. Rinse Dentures can still collect bacteria and stain just like natural teeth do, so it is important to remove and rinse… Read more »

6 Secrets to Smiling with Pride

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1. Veneers – Veneers are thin shells crafted of tooth-colored materials that cover the front side of teeth. It is necessary to remove a small amount of enamel from the tooth to accommodate the shell. The tooth looks natural once the process is completed. 2. Regular Dental Visits – Dental visits should take place at… Read more »