DENTAL BLOG

Do You Know What Happens When You Lose a Tooth?

Missing teeth? If you are, then you’re probably missing a few other things like your natural smile, confidence and maybe even the ability to eat your favorite foods without discomfort. Those with teeth missing often feel self-conscious about their appearance. Missing teeth could also lead to muscle strains, the inability to speak clearly and unease in social situations. The effect of tooth loss varies from person to person and depends on what’s actually been lost. […]
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Dental Implants – The next best thing to the real thing!

Perhaps you hide your smile because spaces from missing teeth. Perhaps you have difficulty chewing. Perhaps you have dentures that don’t feel secure. If you are missing one or more teeth and would like to smile, speak, and eat once again with comfort and confidence, we have good news for you! The science of dental implantology has progressed remarkably in recent years. Today’s dental implants are teeth that can look and feel just like your […]
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Plaque, tartar, gingivitis – Do you understand the difference?

You’ve heard the terms in TV ads, seen them in print ads, and perhaps noticed them on the labels of a variety of dental products. But what do the terms plaque, tartar, gingivitis and (worse) periodontal disease really mean? Our mouths are full of bacterial in healthy mouth there is a natural balance of different bacterial species. However, when any one of family of bacteria dominate an area, their levels of toxins increase to a […]
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Caring for your new baby’s teeth to ensure long-term oral health!

Caring for your new baby’s teeth to insure long-term oral health! Good dental care for your baby actually begins before he or she is born. It begins with you, the mother. It’s important to continue proper dental hygiene during pregnancy and special attention may be needed at this time, because red and tender gums that bleed easily, may be cause by increased hormone levels. Snacking too often on food that have a high level of […]
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Maximize Your 2018 Insurance Benefits!

PLEASE, DON’T FORGET TO USE YOUR DENTAL BENEFITS BEFORE THE END OF THE YEAR! We are coming near the end of 2018 and we wanted to remind all of our patients that most of your dental benefits will expire as of December 31, 2018. We have adjusted our schedules to be able to accommodate all the patients who still wish to use their coverage’s in the next (8) weeks. Our staff will make sure to […]
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