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Why You Won’t Regret Getting a Root Canal

October 11, 2023

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Dental model showing root canal procedureIf your dentist has recommended a root canal, you might be hesitant to schedule the procedure. Let’s face it, root canal therapy has a bad reputation for being painful. However, new technologies and techniques make the procedure pain-free, so there’s no reason to delay treatment. If you’ve been contemplating whether to schedule your appointment, here’s why you won’t regret getting a root canal. 


Why Professional Take-Home Teeth Whitening Kits Are Superior to Store-Bought Varieties

September 13, 2023

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Woman smiles

Everyone wants a shiny, beautiful smile, but years of use will inevitably leave their mark on your teeth. Eating, drinking, and other lifestyle habits can leave yellowing, discoloration, or stains on your teeth that can be difficult to remove. Luckily, your dentist is prepared to provide you with a take-home teeth whitening kit that can make your smile up to ten shades brighter. Here’s why these kits from the dentist produce results superior to those of any whitening solution you can buy at the store.


A Healthy Diet Makes Dental Implants Last Longer

August 17, 2023

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Barbeque foods on tableIf you’re ready to invest in dental implants to treat your tooth loss, you’re making a great decision. A dental implant is unlike any other treatment because it replaces the entire tooth structure. This creates a close replica of your real tooth that will look and feel natural. Dental implants can last for decades with the right care, like watching what you eat. Here’s how to get the most from your new smile.


3 Summer Activities That Can Harm Your Smile

July 17, 2023

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worried person eating ice cream

Amidst the vibrant summer season, with its radiant sun and enticing outdoor activities like cookouts and pool parties, it’s essential to prioritize the care of your smile. While immersing yourself in the delights of summer, it’s worth noting that certain activities might hold potential risks for your oral health. Join us as we delve into three summer activities that warrant caution, allowing you to relish the season while upholding the wellbeing of your beam.


How to Protect Your Lips from the Sun

June 17, 2023

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Close up of woman’s lipsSummer is here, which means plenty of time spent outdoors soaking up the sunshine and warmer temperatures. Unfortunately, it also means sunburns and chapped lips. You apply sunscreen to protect your skin from burns and harmful UV rays, but what about your lips? Here are a few tips to protect your smile during summer.


What’s Causing Your Dental Phobia?

May 18, 2023

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A woman receiving sedation dentistry

Overall, it’s very normal to have dental anxiety. Somewhere between fifty to eighty percent of Americans suffer from the issue! That said, you may not know the reason for your dentist-related fears. It’d be good to grasp your phobia’s cause in that case. Doing so will help you see how a sedation dentist can address the issue. Luckily, your local dental practice can help you out. To that end, here’s a summary of dental phobia’s signs, causes, and the proper response.


How Dentists Use Art to Ease Dental Anxiety

April 6, 2023

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someone looking at a painting on a wall

Patients with dental anxiety sometimes assume that all dentists are sadists who devote their time exclusively to figuring out how to make their patients squirm. While this is the image that sometimes shows up in pop culture, it couldn’t be any further from the truth!

Dentists spend a lot of time thinking about how to make their patients comfortable. In fact, they even think about how the art in their office can be used to put people at ease. If you want to know how that works, here’s a brief tour of the interesting world of dental art.


Are Dental Implants Stronger Than Your Teeth?

March 9, 2023

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3-D model of a dental implant

If you’re missing teeth, you probably have heard a lot about how strong dental implants are. They can provide you with an incredible amount of bite force, and they can easily last for 20-30 years with only moderate maintenance.

You may have even heard that dental implants are actually stronger than your natural teeth. Your natural teeth are the strongest bones in your body, so you may wonder how that could possibly be the case. If you’re curious, here’s more information about why this comparison may be warranted.


Is Nitrous Oxide Safe? And How Does It Work?

February 8, 2023

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child wearing a nitrous oxide mask

Getting regular dental care is critically important to maintaining a healthy smile, but a lot of people are put off by the dentist. For anxious patients, sedation dentistry can be a great way to feel at ease, even during the most intense procedures.

Nitrous oxide is one of the most common forms of sedation in dentistry. However, some people who’ve heard a little bit about nitrous oxide may have some misgivings about the safety of the sedative. If you want to learn more about “laughing gas,” and clear up some of your questions about safety, here’s a guide that can tell you a little bit more about it.


The Evolution of Veneers

December 19, 2022

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examples of veneers being shown by a dentist

Veneers have the power to transform your teeth in a relatively short amount of time. Thin porcelain shells are placed over the front surface of them to mask chips, cracks, discoloration, misshapes, and minor alignment issues. By adhering to the teeth properly, they provide a long-lasting and natural solution for an improved smile. While veneers are currently a very popular treatment, they have actually been around since the 1920s.  Read on to learn about how they have changed over the years to finally become today’s go-to procedure for a perfect smile!

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