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  • Discolored Teeth Can Be Whitened After Root Canal Treatment

    Is there any way to restore a tooth to its natural brightness? In many cases, the answer is yes, let’s look a little closer at different methods of tooth whitening, and see how root canal treatment affects the tooth’s ability to be whitened.

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  • Can Porcelain Veneers Fix Crooked Teeth?

    Do you have a few teeth that aren’t quite as straight as you’d like them to be? Are your two front teeth too far apart? If so, it’s possible that you may not need braces to fix these problems; some cosmetic issues of tooth alignment and spacing can be addressed beautifully with dental veneers.

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  • Everything You Need To Know About Dentures and Insurance

    The good news is that life with dentures is probably going to be just fine, especially if you’ve been embarrassed about your decayed, loose or missing teeth. And most of the issues that most commonly bother denture-wearers are easily fixable. Here’s what you need to know.

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  • How Long Does Dental Work Last?

    Restorative dental work - fixing or replacing chipped, cracked, decayed or missing teeth - can be expensive but you pay once and you’re done, right? Unfortunately, the answer is no. Keeping your smile strong and healthy is certainly one of the best investments you can make in your health, happiness and confidence.

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  • Do I Need Cosmetic Gum Surgery

    Gums that aren’t in proportion to the teeth can keep your smile from looking its best. If you have a “gummy smile” or look “long in the tooth,” cosmetic gum surgery can create a more balanced smile.

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  • How To Prevent Periodontal Disease

    Gum disease may be a common problem—but that doesn’t mean it’s harmless: In fact, it’s the leading cause of tooth loss in adults. Learn how to recognize and fight gum disease.

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  • Do I Need Gum Surgery?

    When aggressive gum disease takes hold, it can cause serious problems in your mouth. Periodontal (gum) surgery can be an effective way to control the disease bacteria and prevent future problems.

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  • Bone Grafting for Dental Implants

    Did you know that bone grafting is a routine part of dentistry? It is often used to build up areas of tooth-supporting bone after a tooth extraction or before dental implants are placed.

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  • Why Would I Need My Tooth Extracted?

    The practice of dentistry is focused on saving teeth, but that isn’t always possible. Find out why it might be necessary to remove a tooth, and what the procedure involves.

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