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Provisional Restorations let you Try out Your New Smile First

Transforming your smile with veneers, crowns or other restorations could be a life-changing decision. To help make that change a successful one, it’s possible to fit you with a Read More

Treating Gum Disease around Tooth Roots is Hard - but Not Impossible

Periodontal disease may start in the gums’ superficial layers, but it’s not likely to stay there. As the disease moves deeper it can wreak havoc on tooth roots and Read More

Look After Your Teeth During Cancer Treatment to Avoid Dental Disease

Cancer treatment can be an all-out battle with intense side effects for your entire body. One particular area that can suffer is your mouth. Chemotherapy and radiation target and destroy Read More

Keep on Course during the 3 Phases of a Smile Makeover

Are you ready for a new smile? You’ve endured the embarrassment and drain on your of self-confidence long enough. The good news is that modern cosmetic dentistry has an Read More

What You Should Know About a Home Teeth Whitening Kit

A relatively easy and inexpensive way to improve your smile is to whiten your teeth. In fact, you may even be able to do it yourself at home. Although Read More

What You Can Do to Support Your Child's Dental Development

Your child’s teeth and gum development is truly a wonder. In just a little more than two decades they’ll gain and lose one set of teeth, while the subsequent Read More

Have Your Loose Tooth Examined as Soon as Possible

A loose permanent tooth is not a good thing—and not something you should put off having examined. That’s because a loose tooth could soon become a lost tooth. How we Read More

Back to School Do's and Don'ts

Back-to-school season can be an exciting time for kids—and parents too! As summer starts giving way to fall, your to-do list begins to fill up: there are clothes to Read More

Take Years off Your Smile by Treating Age-Related Dental Problems

You may be able to slow the aging process with healthy habits but you can’t stop it. Every part of your body will change, including your teeth and gums. Read More

Diabetes Doesn't Have to Stop You From Acquiring Dental Implants

One of the best and most successful tooth replacement choices available is the dental implant. No other restorative method is as similar in both form and function to a Read More

Treating a Child's Tooth Injury May Require Special Consideration

Often as children grow older, their participation in sports or similar activities increases. While generally encouraged, this greater activity does increase injury risk, especially to the mouth. In fact, the Read More

Mouthguards Found to be Effective in Preventing Teeth and Mouth Injuries

Athletes in contact sports are at significant risk for traumatic injury to their teeth and mouth. It’s estimated 600,000 emergency room visits each year involve a sports-related dental injury. Athletic Read More

Cosmetic Questions to Ask to Get You on the Right Path to a Better Smile

For some time now, you’ve noticed things about your teeth and gums — your overall smile — that you would like to change. But you’re in unfamiliar territory: you Read More

Consider Saving a Tooth Before you Decide to Replace it

Dental implants are the ideal tooth replacement with their life-like appearance, high success rate and durability. If you have significant dental issues, they may seem like the perfect answer. Read More

What Happens in a Root Canal Treatment and How it Can Save Your Tooth

Along with periodontal (gum) disease, tooth decay poses one of the two greatest threats to your teeth. Cavities are just the start: if decay invades the pulp, the tooth’s Read More

Think Water First for Summer Thirst

It’s easy to work up a thirst in the summer. You might be shooting hoops in the park, riding on a trail or playing volleyball on the beach. No Read More

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