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  • Do Dental Veneers Look Natural?

    Dental veneers are an exceptional way to transform your smile. During the procedure, your dentist will remove a very small amount of tooth enamel, then permanently bond a replica made of porcelain or composite resin over your natural teeth. Veneers can correct chips, gaps, discoloration, minor alignment issues, and other concerns about your smile. One question that patients […]

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    When Is a Tooth Extraction Necessary?

    Your teeth are designed to last a lifetime, so hearing that you need a tooth extracted can be devastating. Your oral healthcare professional will do everything they can to save your tooth. However, in some cases, extraction may be the only treatment option. While every smile and every case is unique, here are a few instances in […]

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    Did You Know Drinking Water Is Good for Your Smile?

    Water is essential for keeping you hydrated and helping your body perform many of its vital functions. Without water, your major organ function is impacted, including your heart, kidney, and brain, which can lead to headaches, an accelerated heart rate, and dizziness. But did you know that drinking water is also crucial for supporting proper oral health? […]

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    Is Sedation Dentistry Safe?

    Sedation dentistry is for people who experience moderate to severe dental anxiety to the point that it prevents them from receiving the care they need from their dentist. During a typical sedation dentistry appointment, you’ll be given an anti-anxiety medication upon your arrival, which will help you relax during your procedure. However, there are different levels and […]

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    Kick Tobacco and Save Your Smile

    Most of us know that smoking can increase our risk for heart disease, stroke, and many types of cancers. In fact, smoking is the number one preventable cause of death in the United States, which is more than drug overdoses, car accidents, and firearm incidents combined [1]. Smoking is also harmful to your smile and can lead […]

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    What Exactly Are Dental Veneers, and Are You a Good Candidate?

    Dental veneers are thin layers of material made to look like your natural teeth. Veneers cover your normal teeth and provide an aesthetic improvement for a variety of cosmetic concerns. Typically made of porcelain ceramic, but sometimes composite resin, dental veneers are strong, stain-resistant, and are permanently bonded to your teeth. You can still eat, drink, smile, […]

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    When Is Gold Used in Dentistry?

    Gold is a softer metal that has been used for centuries in dentistry from everything from a denture base to dental crowns dating back thousands of years [1]. Today, gold is still used to restore damaged teeth in some instances, and offers advantages that other filling materials can’t. When is gold used in dentistry, and why would […]

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    Top 3 Causes of Oral Cancer

    Hundreds of thousands of people are diagnosed with oral cancer worldwide every year. Oral cancer includes cancers of the cheeks, lips, tongue, and throat. Like many other types of cancer, oral cancers are influenced by a variety of factors, including age, gender, and genetics. However, there are some risk factors that you can control when […]

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    How Long Will Your Toddler’s Teething Pain Last?

    Teething can be a trying time for both toddlers and parents. Babies begin to get their first tooth anywhere from four to seven months old, but teeth could begin to appear anywhere from two months to one year of age. In addition to having a fussy baby during the teething process, it can be difficult to […]

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    What Happens When You Ignore Cavities?

    Ignoring a cavity is never a good idea. Cavities progress in stages, and if caught early, a cavity may not even need a filling. However, the problem with tooth decay is that it’s generally not painful until the cavity grows large enough to involve the inner nerves of the teeth [1]. What this means is […]

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