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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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  • 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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  • 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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  • Prevention & Care

    The two most important steps to keeping your teeth strong and healthy are regular dental visits and proper dental hygiene.Proper Dental HygieneProper dental hygiene is all about the fight against plaque. Since brushing and flossing are your best defenses against plaque, it is important to learn the

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  • Sedation Dentistry

    Are You a Candidate for Sedation Dentistry? Sedation dentistry is wonderful for people who are afraid of the dentist, but it's not just for them. It's a great option for anyone who wants their next dental visit to be a comfortable and pleasant experience. Patients choose sedation for a number of

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  • Root Canals

    Though the term, "root canal" can strike fear into the hearts of many, root canal therapy is actually a common dental treatment for saving an abscessed tooth.Why would I need a root canal?The hard outer layers of a tooth are designed to protect the soft center, which is full of nerves and blood vessels.

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  • Sedation Dentistry FAQ's

    What will my oral sedation appointment be like?It's actually a very pleasant experience, and probably very much unlike what you expect from a dental visit. Typically, you take a small pill an hour before the appointment, and then you are driven to the office by your companion. The dentist assesses your

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  • Sedation Dentistry Types

    Sedation is an incredible way to stay comfortable through your whole dental appointment. Depending on your dental needs and the level of sedation required, your dentist will use one of the following sedation methods: Nitrous Oxide (NO2) Sometimes called laughing gas, Nitrous Oxide, is an odorless

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  • Sealants

    Some people, especially kids, are very prone to getting cavities no matter how much they brush. If this sounds like you or someone in your family, you may want to ask your dentist about sealants. Sealants are an extra layer of defense against tooth decay for children or cavity-prone adults. Your

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  • Pulling Out A Loose Tooth

    Every parent faces this conundrum: your child has a loose baby tooth. Losing baby teeth is a normal rite of passage, made even sweeter by the promise of a visit from the tooth fairy. But what do you do about the tooth? Should you wiggle it, pull it, or what? The truth is it depends on the child and

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  • Smile Makeover

    Smile design, often referred to as a smile makeover, involves the combination of any number of cosmetic or restorative dentistry procedures to dramatically improve or enhance the appearance of a person's smile. While performing a smile design or smile makeover, a dentist will first consult with the patient

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  • Teaching Children to Brush

    Ultimately, it is our child's responsibility to brush their teeth twice a day and floss once. This is much easier said than done so what can parents do to ensure their children engage in a healthy hygiene routine? The biggest influence in children's oral health is parental involvement. Over 95% of kids

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  • Teeth Grinding

    Teeth Grinding Bruxism is a condition in which patients unconsciously grind or clench their teeth. Some patients grind their teeth or clench their jaw during the day, while others do it at night when they are sleeping. Patients with mild bruxism may not need treatment for the condition; others may

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  • Thumb Sucking

    Thumb sucking is a very normal natural action that is, for the most part, harmless to young children. Sucking is the first coordinated muscular action that babies learn-many babies even begin sucking their thumbs in the womb. Sucking helps to strengthen the muscles that allow a baby to eat. More than

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