A smile is the light in the window of your face
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Tips To Keep Holiday Smiles Healthy

The winter season means a lot of different things to different people. For many of us, it means time for family and the joy of the holidays. That time with the family can include traditions of baking cookies or making homemade candy. There are aisles in stores devoted to red and green treats. On top… Read more »

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Saving Your Tooth With A Filling

You may do the best you can to keep cavities away and your mouth healthy. You may brush and floss twice a day. You might even do it after every meal. Unfortunately, cavities can strike even the mouths of those vigilant about their oral health. Tooth decay can be caused by genetics or tooth grinding… Read more »

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The Essential Role Of Dental Implants

Missing even just one tooth can affect the way you look, eat, and even the way that you talk. It can also leave your remaining teeth vulnerable to movement or loss. Losing teeth can lead to a loss of bone density in your jaw, which can have a negative affect on your smile’s health. Replacing… Read more »

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Do I Qualify For Full-Mouth Rehabilitation?

Over time and throughout your life, your mouth and smile can take on quite a bit of damage. Whether from decay, injury, accidents, or just aging and wear, your smile may not look the way it used to look. A full-mouth rehabilitation is a comprehensive overhaul of your smile. A full-mouth rehabilitation can address both… Read more »

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Do You Have Questions About Teeth Whitening?

If you have discoloration, then you may be uncomfortable showing off your smile, especially with the holiday season coming up. Fortunately, we can help you enjoy a more attractive smile by removing these stains using cosmetic treatment. Do you have questions about our teeth whitening procedure?

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Can Porcelain Veneers Upgrade My Smile?

Some flaws in your smile are not flaws at all. Maybe you have a small gap that you feel makes your smile unique and different from everyone else’s. A flaw is only a flaw for two reasons: that it makes you feel insecure or that it causes problems with your health. If you have issues… Read more »

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Potential Damage From Grinding Your Teeth

Grinding your teeth, also known as bruxism, is an incredibly common sleep disorder. If it happens during your sleep, how do you know if you have it? Do you wake up with a sore jaw or sore teeth? Do you frequently wake up tired after a full night of sleep? Do you seem to always… Read more »

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Keep Your Smile Healthy In Autumn

Autumn marks the end of the bathing suit weather of summer and the beginning of the indulgent holiday season. Treats start being passed out at home, work, and school; the season of indulgence usually keeps going until the New Year’s Resolutions kick in. So, with all of these treats abound, how do you keep from… Read more »

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4 Tips For Succeeding With Invisalign

Whether you have just started your treatment with Invisalign, you are in the middle of your journey, or you are still considering whether to do it, there are some very important things to remember to get the most out of your Invisilign treatment. With the invisible aligners, the success of the treatment lies in your… Read more »

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The Importance Of Implants

Losing even just one tooth can have detrimental impacts on your oral health. Not only does a missing tooth cause a void in the appearance of your smile, but it can limit your chewing, biting, and speaking abilities. More detrimental though is the effect that a missing tooth has on your jaw bone. A missing… Read more »

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