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What You Don’t Know About Dental Insurance

If you need to have dental work done, you may be entertaining the idea of purchasing dental insurance. However, it is important to understand how dental insurance works before deciding which plan to purchase. Dental insurance can be tricky, and there may be things that you do not know about dental insurance. For starters, one […]

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When Should My Child See a Dentist?

In a 2009 study conducted by Morpace for Delta Dental Plans Association, it was found the average age for a child’s first dental visit was 2.6 years. According to The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry, however, it is recommended that children see their dentist approximately six months after their first tooth erupts. Since the first […]

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How Does Nitrous Oxide Work?

Nitrous oxide is used in many dental practices to help alleviate pain and anxiety during dental treatments. Commonly referred to as “laughing gas”, this chemical compound is a familiar way that many patients undergo a variety of dental procedures. But, what is nitrous oxide and how exactly does it work to rid the body of […]

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Porcelain Veneers or Braces

It’s never too late to get the smile you’ve desired and have always wanted. If the resolution of your new year is to get your teeth fixed forever, it might now be time to explore your options. Now, you’ve got excellent options, and these are porcelain veneers or braces.

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Types of Teeth Whitening

Studies have shown that smiling leads to a longer life. In fact, those who smile live 35% longer than those whose tend to embrace the frown. But what if you aren’t confident in your smile? If you don’t like the way your teeth look it’s hard to show off your teeth with a big toothy […]

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The Alzheimer’s Oral Health Connection

Alzheimer’s is a scary disease that has gained more visibility over the years. As more and more people become aware of this disease more and more research is being funded. This has led to extensive investigation of the cause of the disease. The logic is that if we know the cause of the disease we […]

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Dental Implants: Restoring A Natural Beauty To Your Smile

Most people believe that it isn’t possible to restore your teeth once they’ve been removed and that any form of replacement must be uncomfortable and prone to embarrassing mishaps. These people remember the dentures of their grandparents, odd and slightly off-putting devices that sat like some horror movie trope on their nightstand in a jar. […]

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Dental Emergencies And First Aid

We don’t like to think about them, in fact in most cases, the very phrase is enough to send some people into a cringing fit of denial, but dental emergencies? They happen. They are at the best of times acutely uncomfortable, and in the worst cases can be completely excruciating in the pain they deliver. […]

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What is an Overdenture?

One of the most common complaints we heard from denture wearers is that their dentures don’t easily stay in place. We’ve all seen the videos of grandma losing her teeth in her glass of water. And while that makes for fun entertainment, it’s actually incredibly embarrassing to the person experiencing it. When a person’s dentures […]

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