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At Home or Professional In-Office – Which Whitening Is Better for You?

Posted by: Hassey | Do Duy, on August 14, 2015

Do you want to take your smile from drab to dazzling? Whitening is a very easy way to help transform your appearance and make you look and feel your best! However, we know that with the vast number of whitening options available, it can be difficult to choose the right one. In this blog post,… Read More

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Grinding Teeth at Night? Try a Custom Mouthguard!

Posted by: Hassey | Do Duy, on July 17, 2015

Do you wake up exhausted with a throbbing headache even though you tried to get a good night’s sleep? Perhaps you have even experienced some jaw pain or stiffness in your face and shoulders in the morning. If so, you might suffer from bruxism, a condition in which people grind or clench their teeth. Read… Read More

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When to Schedule Baby’s First Dental Appointment

Posted by: Hassey | Do Duy, on June 26, 2015

Early childhood years are an important time to establish many of the life-long habits your children will live with into adulthood. Setting healthy oral care habits early will make sure your child understands and practices dental hygiene, saving you money and making sure your child has a healthy and attractive smile when they grow up…. Read More

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4 Reasons We Recommend Invisalign for Adult Patients

Posted by: Hassey | Do Duy, on May 22, 2015

Many adults want to improve their smiles with straighter teeth, but most of them stray away from the procedures to do so because they are usually concerned about the ‘metal mouth’ look of traditional metal braces. With Invisalign and other clear teeth alignment options, however, there are ways to improve tooth alignment as an adult… Read More

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What You Should Know About Toothbrushes

Posted by: Hassey | Do Duy, on April 28, 2015

Toothbrushes have changed a lot since people first started chewing on sticks to remove food from their teeth 5,000 years ago. Today, home oral care is a multi-billion dollar a year industry. Companies trying to capture some of this market have invented hundreds of designs and invested huge amounts of money in marketing to convince… Read More

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Are Dental Onlays For Me?

Posted by: Hassey | Do Duy, on March 25, 2015

If you are dealing with tooth decay issues, the traditional remedy is usually to get a crown or a filling. However, the problem with crowns is that they can degrade the remaining, healthy part of the tooth. Also, crowns can often become loose and may need replaced in 10-15 years. Therefore, considering these disadvantages of… Read More

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What is the Cause of My Constant Jaw Pain?

Posted by: Hassey | Do Duy, on February 20, 2015

Dealing with jaw pain can be quite the burden! It’s difficult to eat and simple physical impulses like yawning and laughing can be an exercise in torture. Jaw pain is a hassle that nobody wants, but what’s the cause? Possible Cause of Jaw Pain? Jaw pain can present itself in many different ways, whether on… Read More

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Everything You Need to Know About Fixed Dental Bridges

Posted by: Hassey | Do Duy, on January 26, 2015

A fixed dental bridge is a non-removable prosthesis attached to remaining natural teeth. The dental bridge fills the space from a missing tooth or teeth. A dental bridge consists of the following components: The creation of an artificial tooth, which is used as a tooth replacement A crown is created to cap the surrounding teeth… Read More

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How to Deal with Incoming Baby Teeth

Posted by: Hassey | Do Duy, on December 17, 2014

Every parent knows the joys of having a newborn in the home.  As he or she grows, the baby will meet many milestones such as holding their heads up, holding a bottle on their own or taking their first steps. One of the few negative milestones that newborns reach is between five to seven months… Read More

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Six Warning Signs That Signify Gum Disease

Posted by: Hassey | Do Duy, on November 25, 2014

Most people care about the appearance and health of their teeth.  From a young age, we are taught to brush twice a day, floss regularly and go to the dentist for scheduled checkups.  As a result, most adults have healthy, attractive teeth as well as a beautiful smile.  What most people don’t realize is that… Read More

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