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Everything You Need to Know About Dental Implants

Dental Implants are human-made replacements for the root of a tooth. If a patient has broken or missing teeth due to injury, periodontal disease, decay, or congenital defects, a dental implant can replace a single tooth, several teeth, or the entire upper or lower jawline. Most Dental Implants are made of titanium and look similar

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Protecting Your Smile from Enamel Erosion

Your smile is the first thing that people notice – an important feature that many people sadly ignore. Although teeth are small in size there are quite a few moving part so them! Enamel is the thin outer covering of the tooth that covers the part of the tooth, visible outside of the gums. Enamel

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5 Tips for Great Dental Health

Oral Health is so important because everyone wants to have a healthy smile! Having poor oral hygiene can lead to a variety of dental and medical problems. Some of these are gum disease, infection, bone loss, heart disease, strokes and more. Here are 5 tips that dentists recommend for maintaining or improving your oral health.

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Saying BOO to Cavities This Halloween!

There are many ways to avoid cavities this Halloween with simple oral health-care tips and practices to ensure a healthy, happy occasion. Halloween doesn’t have to be a scary time for your teeth. By encouraging healthy oral hygiene habits you allow your children to still have fun while easing your mind. Remember to brush and floss

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Dental Cavity Myths -BUSTED

WHEN IT COMES TO GENERAL DENTISTRY, WE FOCUS ON EDUCATION We believe that when people have a good understanding of what is going on in relation to their oral health, they are more empowered to affect a positive outcome. However, despite a dentist having hi-tech equipment that prevents tooth decay from spreading, many people choose

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Pediatric Dentistry – Facts To Consider

Pediatric Dentistry is a field of oral health dedicated to children from infancy up until they turn into teenagers. This is a time in a young person’s life where they likely will be going through many changes in their body, including in their mouth! Dentists are trained professionals who can work on patients of all

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