November is American Diabetes Month

Consider that while almost 30 million people in the U.S. have some form of diabetes, one in four don’t even realize they’re walking around with the disease. National Diabetes Month is an annual event each November to boost awareness about the risk factors, symptoms, and types of diabetes. Diabetes is a disease that can affect

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Escape the Cavity Monster This Halloween!

I don’t want to put a damper on your Halloween fun so here are some tips for keeping the CAVITY MONSTER away! Avoid snacking on candy and drinking sugary beverages throughout the day. The plaque on your teeth contains bacteria that feeds on sugar and releases acid that attacks teeth. Continual sipping and snacking subjects

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same-day crowns

Same-Day Crowns and Bridges

No more messy impressions, bothersome temporaries or second appointments! One of the most cutting edge advances is the inclusion of the CAD/CAM (also known as Same-Day Dentistry) technology in dentistry. The CAD in this technology stands for “computer-assisted design,” and the CAM for “computer-assisted manufacture.” Together, they translate into fewer dental visits to complete procedures

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Straighten Out Your TEEN with Invisalign

Invisalign is offering their state-of-the-art technology for teens. At first I thought it was a crazy idea too….. teens keeping up with clear trays on a daily, much less hourly basis? But according to the invisalign research teens are actually more compliant wearing the invisible aligners than adults! Here are reasons to consider Invisalign for

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Teeth Whitening:

Whitening is any process that will make teeth appear whiter. This can be achieved in two ways. A product can bleach the tooth, which means that it actually changes the natural tooth color. Bleaching products contain peroxide(s) that help remove deep (intrinsic) and surface (extrinsic) stains. By contrast, non-bleaching whitening products contain agents that work

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Bridge The Gap in Teeth

Bridge the Gap with Dental Implants

Having many missing teeth is detrimental to your health and replacing these teeth is very important.  Just as with one missing tooth, several missing teeth can be aided with dental implants. Implant supported bridges are permanently fixed in the mouth, unlike removable appliances. Dental implants look and function like natural teeth without needing the support

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