Improve Your Smile and Confidence with These Cosmetic Procedures

Did you know that your cosmetic dentist could help you regain your confidence? Beyond improving our appearances, many smile-enhancing treatments can extend the lifespan of our teeth – helping us retain as much biologic tooth structure as possible despite developing previous permanent damage. Following are some of our most popular cosmetic dentistry treatments. Teeth Whitening…
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FAQs About Dentures

When considering how to restore their smile after tooth loss, many patients may have questions about treatment options like dentures. We want to make sure that you have all of the facts you need to make an informed decision. There are some common questions that come up from prospective denture patients, and it can be…
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Don’t Use Your Teeth As Tools

The enamel found in your teeth is the strongest substance in your body, and your teeth are instrumental in your ability to process an array of foods with a wide variety of textures. Even thought they are strong, teeth can still be damaged if you use them in ways that they weren’t designed for. It…
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Tooth Whitening Tips

One of the most common reasons patients consult with a cosmetic dentist is because they are dissatisfied with the color of their teeth. Fortunately, the problem of dingy, stained or yellow teeth can be corrected in as little as an hour, depending on which treatment you choose. To get the most from your tooth whitening…
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When is a dental bridge recommended?

Has your dentist recommended dental bridges as a method to handle tooth loss? Dental bridges are prosthetics that replace the visible structure of teeth so that patients with tooth loss can enjoy the appearance of a complete smile and increased oral function. If your oral health provider has recommended a dental bridge, you likely have…
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Does it matter when I brush my teeth?

When you first rise out of bed do you make a bee-line for the bathroom to brush your teeth? Or perhaps, you’re the kind of person who prefers to brush his or her teeth after you’ve had some water, coffee, and something to eat. While the motivations for when you brush typically fall down to…
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Dental Implants: A Great Remedy for Tooth Loss

When it comes to replacing lost teeth, dental implants are unlike anything else available to the general public. They can support various structures within the oral health system for optimal wellness. Moreover, dental implants don’t require much difference in caring for them when compared to biological structures and other prosthetics. Implant Dentistry, An Overview Implant…
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Invisalign: The Invisible Alternative to Braces

Do you want to achieve a straighter smile but dread wearing conventional metal and wire braces? Did you know there is an alternative to braces that is comfortable and discreet? Invisalign is an alternative to fixed orthodontic appliances like brackets, archwires, and rubber bands. This orthodontic system can correct common issues like crowded, rotated, and…
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How Sedation Dentistry Can Help Alleviate Anxiety

Does the thought of visiting the dentist make your feel nervous or uneasy? Sometimes, people experience severe fears of receiving dental treatment or going to dental practices. A severe fear of oral healthcare treatment is called dental phobia and phobias are a specific type of anxiety disorder. Fortunately, our team has solutions for those with…
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Sugary Drinks and Dental Health

The modern American diet is rife with sugar – especially when it comes to some of our country’s favorite beverages. Items like soda, mixed alcoholic drinks, sweetened coffees and teas, and even fruit juice contain enough sugar to harm your oral health. Sugar is dangerous to our teeth because it is bacteria’s natural source of…
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