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Can I really get all my teeth fixed in one day?

Lots of folks have lots of questions about how “teeth in a day” work so I thought I’d give you an idea of how that certain process is done and explain why it is so costly. First of all, this process is not really done in one day. Having said that, there is a “day”

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Give the Gift of A Beautiful Smile!

Do you or your loved one dislike your teeth and smile? From subtle changes to major repairs, our office can perform a variety of procedures that dramatically improve smiles! There are many techniques and options to treat teeth that are discolored, chipped, misshapen or missing. Bonding Bonding is tooth-colored material used to fill in gaps

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Mind the Gap with Dental Implants

If you are self-conscious because you have missing teeth, wear dentures that are uncomfortable or don’t want to have good tooth structure removed to make a bridge, then dental implants are your answer. Dental implants are a popular and effective way to replace missing teeth and are designed to blend in with your other teeth.

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Swollen Joints and Missing Teeth?

The American Academy of Periodontology encourages rheumatoid arthritis (RA) patients not to brush off daily oral hygiene and regular visits to the dentist.  Research has found that RA patients may have a greater risk of losing their teeth to periodontal disease which is a bacterial infection of the gums. A study published in the Journal

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Don’t Let Sugar Haunt You This Halloween!

Helpful hints to avoid the haunting! 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 your teeth to continuous acid attacks which could lead to the breakdown of tooth enamel which

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The Big Deal about Gum Disease

Periodontitis means “inflammation around the tooth” – it is a serious gum infection that damages the soft tissue and bone that supports the tooth. With periodontitis (gum disease), the alveolar bone around the teeth is slowly and progressively lost. Microorganisms, such as bacteria, stick to the surface of the tooth and multiply – an overactive

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