Full Mouth Rehabilitation

Sometimes the rough and tumble life of teeth can result in heavy wear that leaves teeth looking chipped, broken, or flat; they can look square or squattier than when we got them in our youth. Grinding, eating acidic foods, decay, and aging can leave teeth chipped and our faces looking old. Whether the loss of teeth […]

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Changing Dental Consumer Patterns

Dentistry is in a state of transition.   The once-heralded: “visit your dentist every six months for a healthy dental check-up” no longer bears such great importance to the average consumer.   American Dental Association studies show that although children’s dental care utilization remains stable, adult utilization of dental services has declined since the early 2000s. As […]

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Family and Cosmetic Dentistry

Invisalign® Clear Dental Aligners is the new way to straighten teeth without traditional wire braces. The transformation process is typically accomplished in 10 -12 months rather than the conventional 2 year time needed for braces. A series of clear aligners are used to slowly transform the position of teeth. Every few weeks, a new dental […]

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Combating Dental Anxiety and Fear with Sedation Dentistry

Modern dentistry offers patients so many ways to restore teeth for a beautiful smile but has often overlooked the fearful patient’s needs.  Some statistics estimate that 30-50% of the population avoids going to the dentist out of fear.  Patients should have their dental care delivered in a caring and compassionate way that addresses and alleviates […]

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Root Canal – Something You Should Know

At the center of each of your teeth is a hollow space occupied by nerve and blood vessel tissue called the dental pulp.  This dental-tissue was essential to the tooth while it was forming, providing sustenance to the developing tooth.  Once the tooth has matured, the pulp is not a necessary part of a functioning […]

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