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  • Favorite Foods & Cavities

    Cavities are the most common dental issue faced by children, and this can be attributed to a number of factors. First, it's no secret that kids don't do a great job when brushing their teeth, and very few of them floss at all, let alone once a day. Still, many dentists argue that diet plays the biggest

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  • Gum Disease

    Gum disease is caused by bacteria that harm not only the gums surrounding a tooth, but also the connective tissues and bone structure beneath the gums. When these tissues and bone are extensively damaged, tooth loss is the result.  In fact, gum disease is the leading cause of tooth loss amongst adults.

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  • Gum Recontouring

    When a patient has more gum than teeth showing or his or her gums appear disproportionately large, he or she is said to have a "gummy" smile.  This can make teeth appear smaller than they really are and, along with uneven gums, can detract from the beauty of the smile. When gum tissue grows too far

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  • Getting Your Kids to Brush

    The biggest influence in children's oral health is parental involvement. Over 95% of kids learn by what they are modeled, not by what we tell them to do. It is essential that parents not only model what a healthy oral regime looks like but that they also help to create a routine that works best for their

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  • Gingivitis

    Gingivitis is an infection in the gums, also known as a periodontal infection, and it is most commonly caused by poor oral hygiene.  In its early stages, gingivitis is easily treated.  If left untreated, gingivitis can lead to more serious gum infections like periodontitis, tooth loss, and even loss

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  • General Dentistry
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  • Impacted Wisdom Teeth

    Wisdom teeth, also known as third molars, typically begin to develop at age 10 and may surface through a person's twenties.  Commonly, a wisdom tooth may fail to emerge fully into position.  When this happens, the wisdom tooth is said to be impacted.  Roughly seventy percent of adults will experience

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  • Implant Dentistry
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  • Infants & Toddlers

     

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  • Invisalign

    Many patients, especially adults, are unhappy with the crooked appearance of their teeth but do not want to wear traditional braces.  Not only do traditional, metal braces affect the appearance of a smile, but they also can cut the mouth, require inconvenient maintenance, and hinder regular brushing

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  • Maxillofacial Surgery

    Oral and maxillofacial surgery is recognized by dental professionals worldwide as one of the nine specialties in dentistry.  Practitioners of this type of dentistry are commonly referred to as oral surgeons, and they focus on the diagnosis and treatment of oral diseases, injuries, and issues related

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  • Ortho & Kids

    Many children develop crooked teeth and other orthodontic issues at a young age. But how early is too early for orthodontic treatment? In some cases, early orthodontic treatment is recommended, but in other cases it is wisest to wait until the child has developed all of his or her permanent teeth.

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  • Orthodontic Dentistry

    Many people get braces or undergo orthodontic treatment because they wish to improve the appearance of their smiles. However, orthodontics is not merely cosmetic. Of course, orthodontics can correct crowded or crooked teeth to enhance the appearance of a smile, but it can also correct such functionality

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  • Porcelain Veneers

    The application of porcelain veneers is perhaps the most popular smile makeover treatment performed in cosmetic dentistry.  Veneers are thin shells of tooth-colored porcelain that are custom-fitted over the front of patients' teeth to mask or improve the appearance of an array of dental flaws, including

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  • Oral Cancer

    Oral cancer is a serious dental disease which is highly treatable, but that can be life threatening if not caught early.  It affects all parts of the mouth, including the lips, gums, tongue, cheeks, and throat.  Your dentist is your first and best line of defense because symptoms can be identified

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  • Pediatric Dentistry

    As with adults, care and prevention for children starts with regular dental visits and proper dental hygiene. Kids have special needs as well, since their teeth are still developing, they are often prone to diets that are heavier in cavity-producing sweets, and they are still learning good brushing technique. Proper

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