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  • Brushing & Flossing

    Adults should brush their teeth after every meal, or at least three times daily, and they should floss once every day. The reality is that many people have schedules that are too busy to permit brushing three times a day, but all children over three years of age and all adults should brush at least

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  • Cleanings & Polishing

    Professional Dental Cleaning Experienced dental professionals recommend that all people over the age of three brush their teeth three times a day and floss once daily. In reality, many people have busy schedules that make brushing three times daily difficult, but at the very minimum all adults should

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  • Children & Teens

    Have Your Dentist Talk to Your Kids about Oral Hygiene Expectations Have your dentist (the expert) share with your child about why it's important to keep their teeth and their gums healthy with regular brushing and flossing. Power Struggles with Older Kids If and when you get into a power struggle

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  • Cosmetic Dentistry

    While traditional (or general) dentistry is focused on maintaining the health of a patient's teeth and gums, cosmetic dentistry refers to dental treatments designed to improve or enhance the appearance of a person's smile. Often, cosmetic dentistry treatments are employed to mend the appearance of teeth

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  • Dental Implants

    Dental implants are the modern alternative for permanent tooth replacement. Using implants, your dentist can actually create replacement teeth which look and function just like your natural teeth. They an incredible solution for anyone who needs to replace one tooth, several teeth, or even all their

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  • Dental Crowns

    When a tooth is damaged beyond what fillings, dental bonding, or porcelain veneers can repair, a dental crown, also known as a dental cap, is often the best remedy. A dental crown, which often follows the removal of infected tooth pulp through a root canal, is a cap that fits over the entire surface

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  • Dental Anxiety

    It is not uncommon for children to dread a trip to the dentist's office…let's face it: many adults do, as well. The trick is not to feed into a child's nervousness. In truth, children who have never been to the dentist's office have no experiences upon which to base anxiety. It's commentary from parents

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  • Deep Scaling/Root Planing

    With the progression of time, plaque combines with minerals naturally occurring in the mouth to form tartar (also known as calculus). Tatar is much harder than plaque, and much more difficult to remove. Tartar adheres to the rough surfaces of a tooth, especially to the tooth roots, and is an excellent

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  • Dental Examinations

    Dental associations recommend that all patients over the age of three visit their family or general dentist every six months. During this visit, patients undergo a thorough dental cleaning and an in-depth examination of their teeth, gums, and entire mouth. The following procedures can be expected during

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  • Dental Bonding

    Dental bonding, completed with a tooth-colored resin composite material painted directly onto the tooth surface, is an excellent way to repair both cosmetic and structural flaws in the teeth. The material used in dental bonding is similar to that used for tooth-colored fillings, and can be custom-crafted

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  • Dentures

    Over time, gum disease, decay, and accidents can cause a person to lose his or her teeth. When a patient is missing one or more teeth, dentures are often the first option discussed. Unlike dental implants, which are permanently grafted to the patient's jaw, dentures are removable replacement teeth.The

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  • Dental Technology

    Dental practices are very different places today than they were even just a generation ago. Comfort and convenience used to be major obstacles between patients and the dental care they needed. Advanced dental technology has made dental appointments more comfortable and more convenient in a number of

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  • Dental Plaque

    Dental plaque is the sticky film that forms on and in between teeth. The bacterial deposits known as dental plaque break down the enamel and hard structures of the teeth, which can lead to cavities, toothache, and possible tooth loss. Recent studies also confirm that dental infections that result from

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  • Dental Problems

    In the past, most dental problems required invasive, painful remedies that offered cosmetically unappealing results. Thankfully, modern dental advances have led to more comfortable, efficient and aesthetically pleasing remedies for common dental issues such as those listed below. Toothache: Most

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  • Emergency Dental

    Aside from regular cleanings and examinations, most dentists leave room in their schedules for emergency procedures. They also provide contact numbers for after-hours dental emergencies, which could include lost, loose, or fractured teeth. Here are some guidelines on how to react in the case of common

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  • Emergency Dental

    Chipped or Broken Tooth If possible, gather the pieces of the tooth and bring them to the office with you. To minimize exposure to a sensitive tooth, you can temporarily cover it with sugar-free gum, wax, or over-the-counter products made for this purpose. Call us. Knocked Out Baby Tooth When it happens,

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