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Cracked Teeth: A Dental Treatment Guide

November 20th, 2022|Categories: Blog|

Did you know that only 63% of American adults visited the dentist within the past year? If you don't see the dentist often, you are more likely to have cavities, gum disease, and cracked teeth. Because some tooth cracks are so small, some people have no idea they have one. If you have a cracked [...]

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The 3 Most Common Causes of Tooth Nerve Pain and What You Should Do

October 20th, 2022|Categories: Blog|

Did you know that over 40% of adults have tooth pain at least once a year? Whether it is tooth sensitivity, cavities, or other issues, tooth pain is common, but should not be ignored. If you are experiencing tooth nerve pain, you should not have to worry about getting treatment. Here are some of the [...]

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A Guide on the Different Types of Veneers

September 20th, 2022|Categories: Blog|

Dental veneers have been improving the appearance of teeth since the 1930s, and with advancements in technology, they have a long-term success rate of 91%. If you have chipped or discolored teeth, veneers are one of the best solutions to improve your smile and bring back confidence. Your first step is to understand more about how veneers work [...]

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Dental Onlays vs. Dental Crowns: What is the Difference?

August 15th, 2022|Categories: Blog|

Unless you have some kind of amazing genetics, everyone will need some kind of work done on their teeth eventually. If you're lucky, the most work you'll need is cosmetic and minor. The unfortunate ones will need more extensive procedures like a root canal. Dental onlays and crowns are two ways a dentist can treat [...]

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4 Gum Disease Treatments to Know About

July 15th, 2022|Categories: Blog|

Did you know that at least 47.2% of adults have a form of gum disease? These adults are at least 30 years old, but some are older. Gum disease increases in adults once they reach the age of 65, standing at 70.1 percent. If you have gum disease, it's important you find out the best gum [...]

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A Brighter Smile: How to Treat Stained Teeth

June 15th, 2022|Categories: Blog|

Over time, you might notice stained teeth smiling back at you in the mirror, especially as a tea or coffee drinker. While these are popular beverages, they can cause teeth discoloration. Teeth discoloration leads to a lack of self-confidence, which may cause you to avoid social situations or smiling. Thankfully, you can give yourself a [...]

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6 Important Tips for Healthy Teeth and Gums

May 15th, 2022|Categories: Blog|

Caring for your teeth is essential if you want a beautiful smile. Maintaining healthy teeth and gums requires daily care and regular care from a licensed dentist. You need to do several things regularly if you want to have a beautiful smile. Seeing a dentist twice a year for routine dental cleanings is highly recommended. Once [...]

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This Is What to Do if You Chip Your Tooth

April 16th, 2022|Categories: Blog|

Dentists see cracked or chipped teeth on a daily basis. These cracks or chips can happen for all sorts of reasons, and even when they're not painful, it's important to get them fixed. Do you know what to do if you chip your tooth? When something happens to one or more of your teeth, it may [...]

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What Is Considered a Dental Emergency?

March 14th, 2022|Categories: Blog|

Teeth are not luxury bones. You may have heard that saying about dental healthcare in America, but it is simply not true. The integrity of your teeth is essential to your overall health. Knowing when you have a dental emergency can save your life. An innocent toothache can fast become a life-endangering abscess. The bacteria [...]

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Do I Have a Cavity?: 6 Warning Signs of Tooth Decay

February 11th, 2022|Categories: Blog|

Do you think you have a cavity? According to the CDC, over 90% of adults in the USA have had a cavity at some point in their lives. Cavities are caused by plaque build-up on your teeth. Things that increase the likelihood of cavities are excess sugar, smoking, drinking alcohol, dry mouth, and improper brushing [...]

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