Is Flossing Really a Big Deal?

Think it’s okay to slack on your flossing efforts, or not do the job at all? Think again. Flossing is critical to your dental health as well as your overall health. Unfortunately, this important habit is one that only 1 out of 4 Americans do on a daily basis. That is a lot of people…

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Dangers of Ignoring a Dental Emergency

Just like other parts of our body, our teeth can suffer unexpected harm from time to time. Whether it is a broken crown or knocked out tooth, dental emergencies should be seen sooner rather than later. While some urgent dental concerns don’t require same day treatment, it is never a good idea to ignore it…

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Ways to Keep Your Dental Veneers White

Porcelain veneers are considered one of the most innovative solutions in cosmetic dentistry. The procedure involves bonding wafer thin shells of porcelain on the front surfaces of your teeth. Smile flaws such as discoloration, chips, gaps and misalignment are instantly and permanently hidden. One of the most valued advantages of porcelain veneers, however, is their…

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Tired of Your Front Tooth Gap?

Not everyone is born with a perfect smile. In fact, a naturally flawless smile is quite rare. While there are many imperfections that can occur on your front teeth, a gap between the front teeth can be one of the most bothersome and noticeable. What you may not know, however, is that an unsightly space…

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Making the Most of Your Teledentistry Appointment

While we always prefer to see our patients face-to-face, our practice values patient safety above all else. However, sheltering in place or social distancing doesn’t mean you have to neglect your dental needs. Our caring dental team is still here to connect with you through teledentistry. Teledentistry appointments allow patients to remain in the comfort…

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5 Things You Can Do at Home to Improve Your Dental Health

The Coronavirus pandemic has turned our nation upside down in many ways. While our daily routines are undoubtedly disrupted, most of us are finding ourselves spending more time at home and trying desperately to keep life as normal as possible. As you take strides to stay on track with your work, school and other obligations…

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COVID-19 March 30th Update

We hope this message finds you in good health. As the world adapts to these unusual circumstances from COVID-19, we just wanted to keep you updated. We are continuing to closely follow healthcare guidelines to ensure the health and safety of our patients and staff. We want to reiterate that our commitment is to you,…

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Should You Ask for Sedation Dentistry?

Do you have a fear of the dentist? Does it make you anxious to think about having dental work done? You are not alone. In fact, one study found that over sixty percent of the US population suffer from dental fear. This is a common reason why patients avoid the dentist and don’t get the…

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4 Ways to Make Your Dental Crown Last Longer

Dental crowns are one of the most popular and versatile solutions in modern dentistry. A crown is a “cap” for a damaged or unsightly tooth. It covers all visible surfaces of a tooth to restore its strength and function while also improving its appearance and protecting it from future harm.  Patients may receive a dental crown…

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Cosmetic Bonding: The Affordable Smile Makeover

If your teeth aren’t perfect, you are not alone. Countless patients have esthetic flaws within their smile, ranging from gaps and chips to stains and misalignment. What you may not know, however, is that you don’t necessarily need to empty your wallet to correct these imperfections. With the use of dental bonding, you may be…

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