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Upcoming Wedding? Braces Take Years, Consider Veneers!

For your wedding, get the smile you’ve always dreamed of. Veneers can help make that happen.  We all want to look our best on our wedding day. Whether you’re posing for photos or simply having fun, the last thing you’ll want to worry about is how your smile looks. Depending on your timeline and the
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Your Options for a Straighter Smile on Your Wedding Day

If you’re nervous about your smile on your wedding day, visit a dentist as soon as possible — and know what questions to ask. You’re excited for the big day, but you’re anxious about your appearance. You know the memories you make at your wedding will last a lifetime, and the photos will too. With
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Is There a Connection Between Gum Disease and Heart Disease?

Studies have established a connection between gum disease and heart disease — though scientists are still trying to determine why.  You may have heard the odd claim that keeping your gums healthy can ward off heart disease. Naturally, this raises questions. Is there really a connection between gum disease and heart disease? How much evidence
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Tips to Keep Your Teeth Healthy Over the Holidays

Your holiday eating habits can damage your teeth and lead to cavities — for a healthy smile, follow these dos and don’ts.   You know holiday feasting can take a toll on your figure, but what you may not know is that the holidays can also take a toll on your teeth. It’s alright to indulge
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The Five Stages of Tooth Decay

Tooth decay occurs in five distinct phases. Each successive stage is more uncomfortable than the last, and every stage requires a unique method of treatment.  Tooth decay takes place in five distinct phases, each more uncomfortable than the last. Everyone is at risk for tooth decay, and the risks increase with high sugar consumption. Although
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The Link Between Diabetes and Dental Health

Both type 1 and type 2 diabetes can increase your risk of gum disease and infection, meaning diabetics should pay special attention to oral health care.  Diabetes can affect nearly every part of your body, and your mouth is no exception. If left untreated, diabetes can alter your teeth, gums, and saliva. Fortunately, there are
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Six Tips to Help Children Keep Their Healthy Smile

Teaching your kids the importance of good oral hygiene brings lifelong benefits. Here are a few tips for keeping their teeth bright and healthy. Maintaining good oral hygiene is one of those skills that’s essential to learn early in life and important to maintain as you age. For many of us, it’s second nature to