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To have a healthy mouth and shiny teeth try these simple tips from our blog and experience a more beautiful smile and long lasting teeth.

 

7 Tips for Great Dental Hygiene

7 Tips for Great Dental Hygiene

  • Posted: Jan 12, 2021
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Keeping up with a great dental hygiene routine is the best way to ensure that your teeth and gums remain healthy and will also help to cause you far less stress when in the Dentist’s chair. 

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Improve the Health and Appearance of Your Teeth With Porcelain Veneers

Improve the Health and Appearance of Your Teeth With Porcelain Veneers

  • Posted: Nov 18, 2020
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Even if your teeth are healthy, some of them may not be as pretty as they used to be. With time, your teeth wear down and get stained from eating and drinking over the years and some may not be as white and shiny as you would like them to be. In addition, some medications can cause yellowing and darkening of the teeth such as antihistamines and blood pressure medicine.

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Which Mouthwash Is Best For You?

Which Mouthwash Is Best For You?

  • Posted: Dec 19, 2016
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There are many benefits that arise from utilizing mouthwash in your oral hygiene routine. Brushing and flossing are necessary for healthy teeth and gums, but mouthwash can be a positive addition to the routine. Now the task is deciding which mouthwash will best suit your needs. Continue reading

What is Periodontal Disease?

What is Periodontal Disease?

  • Posted: Oct 14, 2016
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Periodontal or gum disease is an inflammation of the gum line around the teeth. Peri means “around” and odontal refers to the teeth. In the early stages of gum disease only the gums are affected. As the disease progresses all of the supporting tissues around the teeth are affected. Continue reading