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How to Know If Dental Bonding Is Right for You

Dental bonding offers a long-lasting solution to cosmetically improving the appearance of chipped or discolored teeth.  Dental bonding is a procedure in cosmetic dentistry that can be a cost-effective way to regain confidence in your smile. Everybody wants to ensure their teeth look healthy and strong. For people who are self-conscious about their smile —
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Your Guide to Dental Care While Social Distancing

Dental care is especially important when regular dentist appointments are made difficult by an ongoing pandemic. Here’s what you can do at home.  Lockdown is easing in many states, and dental offices are reopening in hard hit areas. Yet the Centers for Disease Control still recommends following social distancing guidelines — including quarantining at home
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What Is a Dental Bridge?

Learn all about dental bridges — specialized crowns that fill in missing teeth and help maintain the alignment of your smile. Teeth can fall out for a variety of reasons, but a missing tooth can lead to serious dental issues if not attended to. One way that you can have the gap in your smith
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How Soon Can I Eat After Getting a Filling?

Curious about eating after getting a filling? Here’s everything you need to know about eating when caring for a dental filling.  A filling is a common dental treatment that repairs and restores a missing part of the tooth. If you have a cavity, your dentist will remove the decaying portion of the tooth and fill
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How Long Should I Wait for a Tooth Implant?

People who lose a tooth should consult their dentist as soon as possible to learn when an implant can be safely inserted.  Tooth loss can be caused by a variety of factors, and missing teeth often require an implant to ensure your dental function returns to normal. Common reasons for tooth loss include major trauma
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How Long Can I Delay Treatment for a Toothache?

Never ignore dental pain. It could be a sign of a serious dental problem that needs immediate treatment. With so many elective medical procedures postponed due to the COVID19 crisis, you may be wondering when you will be able to see a dentist about your toothache. Non-emergency dental care has resumed in the Denver Metro
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How Often Should I Schedule Teeth Cleanings?

Regular teeth cleanings can help to prevent tooth decay and detect other oral health issues before it’s too late.  Getting your teeth cleaned regularly helps you keep a healthy, white smile — but that’s not all it’s good for. Every time you visit the dentist for a teeth cleaning procedure, you lower your risk of
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5 Dental Care Tips for Teens

Teens are susceptible to gum disease, tooth decay, and mouth injuries — but these dental maladies can be easily avoided with the right precautions. Once your child enters their teenage years, there’s a lot that can go wrong with their dental health. Sugary drinks, unhealthy snacks, and even tobacco use could play a new role
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Should You Use Apps to Manage Your Dental Health?

Smartphone users now have access to a variety of apps that can help you keep up with your dental hygiene routine and stay engaged with your dental health. Mobile healthcare is on the rise. Every week, companies are producing new smartphone apps that help you manage your dental health at home. Mobile health apps (also
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What You Need to Know About Dental Anesthesia

Because many dental patients have questions about dental anesthetics, let’s discuss the major types of dental anesthetics and how each one works.  Many dental patients have anxiety around dental procedures, especially when they require anesthesia. Concerns about anesthesia are understandable, but understanding the differences between your options can help assuage your anxiety.  What anesthesia is