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How To Get CEREC Same Day Dental Crowns
February 6, 2020

How To Get CEREC Same Day Dental Crowns

If you’re suffering from the pain, discomfort, and embarrassment of a damaged tooth, you want (and deserve!) a solution immediately. Yet the traditional dental crown procedure requires at least two dentist appointments spread over one to two weeks. Slow technology shouldn’t stop you from getting the same day restoration you need, which is exactly..

December 3, 2019

What Are My Options For a Full Mouth Reconstruction?

What type of first impression does your smile create? If damaged, missing, or decaying teeth cause you to feel embarrassed in social situations, you may want to consider full mouth reconstruction.

What Are My Options For a Full Mouth Reconstruction?
Which Restorative Dentistry Option is Right For You?
November 11, 2019

Which Restorative Dentistry Option is Right For You?

Your teeth are strong and durable, but they’re not invincible. The truth is, they’re vulnerable to many different threats, including decay, injury, and disease. This is exactly why restorative dentistry is so important.

October 15, 2019

The Ultimate Guide to Invisalign

Invisalign What is standing in between you and your perfect smile? If you’re one of the 4.5 million Americans in need of orthodontic treatment, crooked teeth are probably your biggest roadblock to a confident smile. Getting braces is difficult enough when you’re a kid, but it’s even more humiliating as an adult. You want to..

The Ultimate Guide to Invisalign
8 Causes of Tooth Sensitivity
September 6, 2019

8 Causes of Tooth Sensitivity

Tooth Sensitivity If you’ve ever experienced tooth sensitivity, then you’re well aware of its symptoms. You bite into some freezing-cold ice cream or knock back some soda, and suddenly you’re wracked with tooth pain. If you experience this on a rare or frequent basis, you’re most certainly not alone. The Academy of General Dentistry estimates..

Why Does Your Saliva Matter?

Most of us consider saliva to be nothing more than “spit”. An afterthought in the realm of oral health. But the truth is that saliva is one of the most underrated necessities for a healthy mouth. If your “spit” isn’t doing its job, you can forget about protecting your bright, white smile.

Why Does Your Saliva Matter?
How Alcohol is Affecting Your Oral Health
August 7, 2019

How Alcohol is Affecting Your Oral Health

We all know that consuming alcohol in large quantities can not only affect your liver, digestion, and skin, but it can also affect your oral health. While moderate alcohol consumption can be part of a healthy lifestyle, alcohol isn’t generally considered healthy. Part of its mixed reputation comes from both the short- and long-term effects it has on your body and your health.

July 9, 2019

Teeth Whitening 101: Everything You Need to Know About Achieving a Whiter Smile

Your smile is one of the first attributes that people notice about you, but with so many DIY treatments out there these days it’s hard to choose the safest teeth whitening method. When it comes to teeth, most people feel that brighter is better.

Teeth Whitening 101: Everything You Need to Know About Achieving a Whiter Smile
When Should I Start Taking My Child To The Dentist?
June 15, 2019

When Should I Start Taking My Child To The Dentist?

Often times, adults with major tooth problems admit to not having learned how to properly care for their mouths when they were younger. Educating our children about the importance of oral hygiene is critical to ensure they maintain the health of their mouths into adulthood.

March 23, 2019

Common Types of Dental Diseases

Our mouths host millions of bacterial cells; some are beneficial, while others can be very harmful. Bacteria is only one cause of the many oral diseases that can affect the different areas of our mouths.

Common Types of Dental Diseases
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