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  • Perfect Your Smile with Cosmetic Dentistry

    Perfect Your Smile with Cosmetic Dentistry

    07 Mar 2017

    Cosmetic dentistry involves a series of treatments and procedures that allow your pearly whites to look their absolute best! From teeth whitening to dental implants, various techniques are used to solve common aesthetic dental problems in patients, such as discoloration, chips, cracks, breaks, crowding, gaps, and even misshapen teeth. Thanks to adv

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  • Types of Dental Veneers

    Types of Dental Veneers

    19 Feb 2017

    A happy and healthy smile is a desire of every person. With the advancement of cosmetic dentistry, there are various smile correction treatments available, but one of the important treatments is dental veneers. Dental veneers—also known as porcelain veneers—are paper-thin custom-made shells of tooth-colored materials designed to cover the front

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  • Getting to the Root of It: Root Canals

    Getting to the Root of It: Root Canals

    13 Feb 2017

    Your teeth are composed of three main layers: the enamel, the dentin, and pulp. The pulp is the innermost layer of a tooth that houses all of the tooth’s blood vessels, nerves, and other soft tissues. In more severe cases of tooth decay or trauma, infections may spread down to the pulp. For this reason, dentists perform root canal procedures to p

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  • Sensitive Solutions for Sensitive Teeth

    Sensitive Solutions for Sensitive Teeth

    30 Jan 2017

    Are you having a hard time enjoying your favorite cold dessert or hot beverage because of sensitive teeth? You’re not alone! In fact, feeling painful sensitivity to the teethis one of the most common complaints from dental patients when it comes to dental problems. Cause of Sensitive Teeth So why do you have sensitive teeth? Your teeth are covere

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  • How to Stop Tooth Decay in its Tracks

    How to Stop Tooth Decay in its Tracks

    12 Jan 2017

    Your tooth enamel—which is the outer, thin layer of your teeth—helps protect your teeth as you chew, bite, crunch, and grind. It also helps insulate your teeth from extreme temperatures to reduce sensitivity. Although it is thin, your enamel is considered the hardest tissue in your body. However, it is capable of chips, cracks, and even wearing

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  • Dental Care Resolutions for the New Year

    Dental Care Resolutions for the New Year

    17 Dec 2016

    What are your goals for the new year? Are you trying to set aside more time to spend with your family? Are you dieting or exercising more? What about spending less? No matter your New Years’ Resolution, there is one resolution you should definitely follow through with every single year: managing your dental care and health. Here are some dental c

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