• Smile Makeover

    Smile design, often referred to as a smile makeover, involves the combination of any number of cosmetic or restorative dentistry procedures to dramatically improve or enhance the appearance of a person's smile. While performing a smile design or smile makeover, a dentist will first consult with the patient

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  • Teaching Children to Brush

    Ultimately, it is our child's responsibility to brush their teeth twice a day and floss once. This is much easier said than done so what can parents do to ensure their children engage in a healthy hygiene routine? The biggest influence in children's oral health is parental involvement. Over 95% of kids

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  • Teeth Grinding

    Teeth Grinding Bruxism is a condition in which patients unconsciously grind or clench their teeth. Some patients grind their teeth or clench their jaw during the day, while others do it at night when they are sleeping. Patients with mild bruxism may not need treatment for the condition; others may

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  • TMJ

    Temporomandibular joint disorder, commonly referred to TMJ, actually refers to a number of conditions that affect the joint that attaches the jaw to the skull. The temporomandibular joint is located on either side of the face, just below the ear, and it plays an essential role in chewing, speaking, and

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  • TMJ

    Temporomandibular joint disorder, commonly referred to TMJ, actually refers to a number of conditions that affect the joint that attaches the jaw to the skull. The temporomandibular joint is located on either side of the face, just below the ear, and it plays an essential role in chewing, speaking, and

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  • Thumb Sucking

    Thumb sucking is a very normal natural action that is, for the most part, harmless to young children. Sucking is the first coordinated muscular action that babies learn-many babies even begin sucking their thumbs in the womb. Sucking helps to strengthen the muscles that allow a baby to eat. More than

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  • Teeth Sensitivity

    If you've ever felt a shooting pain when you eat something cold or hot, drink cold or hot liquids, or breathe in really cold air, you could be experiencing tooth sensitivity. Sensitive teeth are a very common problem, and one your dentist can effectively treat at your next appointment.Why are my teeth

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  • Types of Braces

    Ceramic vs. Metal One of the more popular advances in modern orthodontia is the ceramic bracket, as opposed to traditional metal braces. Ceramic brackets are made of composite, clear materials to make them blend in with the appearance of the patient's teeth, unlike traditional metal braces. Ceramic

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  • Toothache

    Toothaches are an issue that most people will face in their lifetime, and can be caused by a number of factors. Regardless of the cause of a toothache, this pain usually signifies a serious dental health issue, and may also be a sign of heart attack, TMJ disorder, or even a sinus infection. For these

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  • Tooth Whitening

    Among cosmetic dentistry procedures, tooth whitening is perhaps the most cost effective and rapid way to dramatically change the appearance of one's smile. With tooth whitening performed in a the office of a cosmetic dentist, patients can enjoy dramatically whiter teeth without the investment of time

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  • Tooth Colored Fillings

    White, or "tooth-colored" fillings are a dramatic improvement over the mercury-based metal fillings of the past. A skilled cosmetic dentist can use resin composite material to custom-shape fillings that match the color of surrounding teeth so closely that they are nearly invisible, eliminating the tell-tale

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  • Tooth Decay Prevention

    When the enamel coating surrounding healthy teeth breaks down, tooth decay is the result. Tooth decay leads to the destruction of tooth structure and the development of cavities, or holes, in the teeth. Tooth decay affects millions of people, yet is easily prevented. The following are some of the

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  • Types of Implants

    Single The best way to permanently replace a single missing tooth is with a porcelain crown attached to a dental implant. The implant itself is actually a titanium screw that performs all the functions of the root of the natural tooth it replaces. Once the implant is firmly and permanently attached

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  • What to Do?

    You can't schedule for an emergency, but when it happens it's nice to know you can count on your favorite dental practice to be there for you. Emergency dental care is just one more of the general dentistry services you and your family can expect. So when the sports injury, bike mishap, or fall from

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  • Why Choose Implants?

    Why choose implants to replace teeth? Dental implants are the modern way to permanently replace dentures or teeth lost to decay, disease or trauma. Implants don't have the drawbacks of other tooth replacement methods because they look, feel, and function just like a natural tooth. Consider the pros

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  • Why Sedation Dentistry

    Dentistry has come a long way over the years, but none of the advancements can help a person who doesn't make an appointment. Millions of people aren't getting the dental care they need because they can't or won't go to the dentist. Now, there's a breakthrough that's completely changing dentistry,

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