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5 Types of Restorative Dental Treatments

No matter the circumstances, if you’ve found yourself with damaged or missing teeth, you’ve come to the right place. Restorative dental treatments are procedures performed to replace missing or damaged teeth.                       However, before getting into each of them, it’s crucial to note a few […]

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What Are the Benefits of Veneers?

Are you hesitant to smile or show your teeth in photos?  Embarrassing dental problems like discolored, chipped or unevenly spaced/shaped teeth may be the culprit of your self-consciousness.  Did you know that there’s a solution that can give you the smile you have always dreamt of?  Dental veneers, ultra-thin porcelain shells of teeth that are […]

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5 Ways to Keep Your Gums Healthy

When it comes to oral health, many people put major emphasis on a bright, white smile. But don’t forget about your gums! Good oral hygiene protects your teeth and gums from cavities, gum disease and other not-so-fun dental woes. Remember – healthy, shiny and vibrant teeth require healthy, firm and pink gums. Follow these 5 […]

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De-stress with These Exercises

Do you ever catch yourself clenching your jaw?  What about experiencing a tight and sore jaw while you are chewing?  Have you found yourself waking up with a headache or sore facial muscles? If so, you might be clenching your jaw at night in your sleep and not even realize it.  You may be asking […]

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Why Would I Need a Bone Graft?

Bone grafting technique has been utilized for over a hundred years with many useful medical applications, including the dental bone graft in more recent years.  While the technique may sound scary, it’s actually a relatively minor dental procedure that is a great way to get your dental health back on track. Here’s why you may […]

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What Happens If My Sleep Apnea Goes Untreated?

Sleep apnea, or OSA, is a sleep disorder that happens in all age groups and both sexes and affects more than 22 million American adults. Here are some things to know about sleep apnea and what happens if it doesn’t get treated: Sleep apnea is characterized by shallow breathing or long pauses in breathing, each […]

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How to Beat Dental Anxiety

According to Columbia University College of Dental Medicine, as many as 40 million Americans avoid going to the dentist because of fear and anxiety. People may feel anxious about dental visits for different reasons – anticipated pain, negative memories of past experiences, worry that the dentist may find big issues, etc. Some even have dental […]

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