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Top 5 Don’ts for Denture Care

Caring for your dentures is very different from caring for your natural teeth. It’s important to know what not to do so your dentures stay looking good

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Who is a Good Candidate for Veneers?

There’s one “Hollywood” white smile treatment that seems to breed a lot of curiosity: porcelain veneers. Here are a few basic pointers to help determine whether veneers are right for you.

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Taking the X-Factor Out of Dental X-Rays

Dental radiographs, commonly known as dental x-rays, are one of the dentist’s most powerful preventive & diagnostic tools. They allow us to see potential threats to you dental health (like cavities) & plan treatment more accurately.

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Top Dental Health Concerns for Toddlers

Whether they’re in the “Terrible Twos”, the “Tantrum Threes”, or the “Fearsome Fours”, caring for a toddler’s teeth is a combination of firsts & learning. Here are a few tips

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When to See an Endodontist

An endodontist is a type of specialist dentist. Like many healthcare terms, the word “endodontics” comes from Greek, & actually means “inside tooth”.

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Can This Sweetener Stop Tooth Decay?

We all know that the only tried & true method of preventing cavities is regular brushing & flossing. However, that doesn’t stop researchers & dental patients alike from seeking other “life hacks” to maintain shiny smiles.

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Make the Most of Your Teeth Whitening

Teeth whitening is a fantastic investment in the appearance of your smile. White teeth are associated with youth & health, & can make a big difference in your self-esteem.

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What Not to Do If You Have a Toothache

Chances are you won’t be at our office when a toothache strikes, so here are a few things NOT to do between when you notice the discomfort & when you see the dentist.

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