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Should Healthy Teeth Ever Be Replaced with Dental Implants?

April 2, 2023

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If you’ve heard of dental implants, then you probably know all about how fantastic they are when it comes to restoring lost teeth. Once they’ve been placed within a patient’s jawbone, they’re capable of fully restoring the look, feel, and functionality of a smile and offering unique, unparalleled benefits. But is it ever appropriate to replace healthy teeth with dental implants, or is it best to retain your natural teeth for as long as possible? Here’s what your dentist wants you to know.


Should You Be Worried If Your Gums are Swollen?

February 11, 2023

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You’re brushing your teeth in the bathroom mirror when you happen to take a closer look at your gums and realize that they’re swollen. The question that likely jumps immediately to your mind is, “Should I be worried about this?” It’s important to be aware of what can cause swelling in your gums as well as what your treatment options are. Here’s what you need to know if your gums ever become swollen.


Hate Coffee Breath? Here’s How to Get Rid of It

December 9, 2022

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Coffee tastes wonderful, can provide a boost of energy and alertness, and even offers a few health benefits. There’s nothing not to love about it. Well… except for the fact that it can cause bad breath. Indeed, coffee breath can be embarrassing whether you are chatting with coworkers in the office or trying to give a good morning kiss to your spouse. Why does coffee breath happen, and what can you do to deal with it? This blog post provides the answers.


Are Stained Teeth Hereditary?

September 24, 2022

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Woman’s stained teeth before and after cosmetic treatment

Do you struggle with stubborn dental discoloration? If so, you may wonder why your teeth do not have the bright, white appearance that is so commonly sought-after in modern society. Part of the reason may be due to your habits. However, it is also possible that your genetics are to blame. Let’s talk about the role that your DNA can play in whether you suffer from stained teeth.


Is Cosmetic Dentistry Painful?

August 24, 2022

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Would you like to enhance your smile? You may be thinking about visiting a local cosmetic dentist for a consultation. Still, you may hesitate, particularly if you are concerned that your procedure might cause some discomfort. Fortunately, most cosmetic treatments are quite easy to get through! Let’s discuss what you may feel during and after some common aesthetic services.


5 Tips to Make Your Next Dental Checkup as Easy as Possible

June 10, 2022

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Ideally, you should visit your dentist for preventive care every six months or so. These appointments can help your smile to stay healthy, fresh, and clean. Do you have dental checkup in the near future? This blog post offers some tips to make the experience as easy and productive as possible for both you and your dentist.


Is Cosmetic Dentistry Right for You?

April 6, 2022

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Portrait of beautiful woman after cosmetic dentistry treatments

A beautiful smile is a truly timeless accessory. It goes with any outfit, and it can spread optimism and good feelings wherever you go. But what if your smile isn’t what you would like it to be? You may be thinking about visiting your dentist to find out if they can help you reach your aesthetic goals. But is a cosmetic service right for you? Let’s talk about some characteristics of an ideal candidate for cosmetic dentistry.


2022 New Year’s Resolution: Floss More!

January 2, 2022

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Things like weight loss and improving mental health are some of the most popular New Year’s resolutions for 2022. Those are certainly worthy endeavors. Unfortunately, when most people are considering what they want to accomplish in the new year, they don’t pause to think about their oral health. Most people need to floss more often in order to truly take good care of their teeth and gums. Let’s talk about why flossing is so important and how you can incorporate it into your daily routine.


How to Deal with 4 Common Winter Mouth Issues

December 24, 2021

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Couple playing in snow, successfully dealing with winter mouth issues

There are plenty of things to love about winter, whether you enjoy seasonal sports like skiing or you are more the type to curl up by the fire with a good book. As wonderful as winter can be, however, it can also cause some uncomfortable symptoms for your smile. Let’s talk about four common winter mouth issues and how you can combat them.


5 Tips to Improve Your Smile During National Dental Hygiene Month

September 30, 2021

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October can rightly be considered the start of “sweets season.” From pumpkin spice lattes to delicious candy treats, there are plentiful opportunities to indulge in yummy treats. In November and December, customary celebrations present even more chances to delight your tastebuds. Given that most people eat more sweets than usual at this time of year, it is only fitting that October is also National Dental Hygiene Month. Paying extra attention to how you care for your teeth can prevent them from incurring damage! Here are a few tips to help you maintain a clean and healthy smile:

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