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Understanding Dental Scaling Treatment: Procedure, Benefits and Aftercare Tips

When it comes to maintaining a healthy mouth, you’re probably familiar with the basics: daily brushing, flossing, and regular dentist visits. But sometimes, these aren’t...

Maintaining Your Fixed Lingual Retainer: Tips and Removal Criteria

  When you’ve finally completed your orthodontic treatment, the last thing you want is for those perfectly aligned teeth to shift back. That’s where a...

Removable Retainer Guide: Care, Challenges & Longevity

After your braces come off, it’s crucial to maintain that hard-earned smile. That’s where removable retainers step in, a key player in your post-orthodontic care....

Is Tooth Decay Under a Dental Crown a Serious Problem?

Dental crowns, those tooth-shaped caps that restore the structure of your damaged or decayed tooth, are a common solution for many dental issues. They’re cemented...

Navigating Your Dental Implant Journey: Top Aftercare Tips for Optimal Healing

Embarking on the journey of getting dental implants can be transformative, not just for your smile but for your overall quality of life. Dental implants...

Different Tooth Pain Types and Their Remedies

Toothaches can be a real pain, quite literally. Whether it’s a sharp sting when you bite into an ice cream or a constant throb that...

Dental Veneers vs. Teeth Whitening: Which Is Right For You?

Veneering and teeth whitening procedures are two of the most common cosmetic dental treatments. Both offer noticeable results, so it isn’t surprising they are popular....

Dentures: Type and Benefits

Dentures are useful solutions to help people replace missing teeth, whether the teeth were lost due to tooth decay, were knocked out, or for other...

The Benefits of Braces for Adults

There are many adults who have teeth misalignments, such as gaps, crowdedness, crookedness or other issues. However, for a variety or reasons, they may not...

How Long Do Temporary Fillings Last?

Making a trip to the dentist for regular checkups is part of maintaining great oral health. However, cavities and other types of tooth decay problems...

NOT SURE WHEN IT’S TIME FOR YOUR NEXT CHECK-UP APPOINTMENT?

We’ll call you when you’re due for your next appointment in order to help you maintain your optimal oral health. General check-ups include an examination, cleaning services (scaling, flossing, polishing, etc.) and update any x-rays if need be. But our dental care doesn’t just stop there.

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