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Is Bonding as Good as Veneers
When you have a tiny scratch or a chip on the surface of a tooth, dental bonding is an affordable and fast procedure to repair the problem. First, your dentist will examine the tooth to determine if there are any underlying infections. If the tooth is healthy, then an application of bonding material...
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How Dental X-Rays Can Be Beneficial
Dental x-rays are typically an integral facet within oral health care because they give your dentist a significant advantage when assessing the health of your teeth and gums. Dental x-rays are radiogaphs that allow your dentist to view the inside of your teeth and gums in order to assess their overa...
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When Should Wisdom Teeth Be Removed?
While most people will have their wisdom teeth removed as teenagers, there is no right or wrong time to have them taken out. Instead, you and your dentist should look for signs that your wisdom teeth are having a negative effect on your dental health. Here's how to know when it's time to get...
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Why Do We Have Wisdom Teeth?
For having such a smart-sounding name, wisdom teeth don't normally feel so wise. They're painful when they come in, they're painful when they are taken out, and what's left behind is painful when trying to eat even the softest of foods
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Can I Keep My Wisdom Teeth?
This question usually doesn’t pop up until someone is around the ages of 17 through 25. The third molars, otherwise known as the wisdom teeth, are the last teeth to fully develop in your mouth. Unfortunately, wisdom teeth can get impacted and this is the reason why most people remove them. Impacte...
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Why Is Extraction Necessary?
At some point, many people require a dental extraction to correct an oral health problem. When your dentist recommends an extraction, you can use this guide to understand why it is important for preserving the rest of your teeth and gums.
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Porcelain Veneers
Porcelain veneers also known as dental veneers are thin shells, custom made and attached to the teeth’s front surface, to acquire a permanent, perfect smile transformation. The shells are attached to the teeth’s front changing their shape, size, length, or color. Porcelain veneers resist stains an...
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What is Dental Bonding for Your Teeth?
Dental bonding is often referred to as direct composite veneers. It is a procedure that uses a tooth-colored resin composition to repair chipped, broken, or decayed teeth. The resin can be shaped and polished to match existing teeth. Dental bonding is much less invasive – and less expensive – than...
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What is a Gum Abscess?
A gum abscess, also commonly known as a tooth abscess or a dental abscess, is a formation of pus on the gums or within a dead or decaying tooth.
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What is Oral Cancer?
Mouth (or oral) cancer occurs when a tumor develops in the mouth. Tumors may develop on the surface of the tongue, inside the cheeks, on the roof of the mouth, or in the lips or gums.
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    Google, Facebook and Yelp reviews are extremely important to the success of a dental practice. We hope we were able to deliver the level of care that Donald E. Larson, DMD is known for. If you like ou...
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  • Raisin Eyebrows: Is Dried Fruit Good for Your Teeth?
    It's true that there are a number of benefits to eating raisins. They're low in fat and cholesterol, but boast plenty of fiber, calcium and potassium. Unfortunately, they're also both sticky and high ...
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  • Dental Fees
    Fortunately, in these times, a lot of patients have dental insurance. Insurance is, on the face of it, a good thing. It minimizes out-of-pocket expenses for treatment and encourages people to keep up ...
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  • Tooth Decay in Adults
    Brushing and flossing may not be enough to prevent tooth decay.
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  • CPR For Your Teeth
    I am an idealist at heart. My primary goal as a dentist is prevention, to help patients to maintain good teeth, avoid gum disease and cavities. But sometimes teeth are damaged, cracked, decayed, traum...
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