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What Are the Pros and Cons of Dental Bridges?

If you’re missing one tooth or multiple consecutive teeth, you may be wondering what tooth replacement options you have available. For decades, dental bridges have done wonders in replacing damaged and missing teeth, but now many more restorative options have become available. So how do you know which is the best option for you? Below we explore the advantages and ...
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Learn the Real Truth About Dental Implants

Wondering if dental implants may be the right tooth replacement solution for you? Our practice offers free educational seminars to help prospective patients sift through the vast quantity of information (and misinformation) surrounding this popular restoration option. Our goal is to help you discover the real truth about dental implants in an open, no-pressure environment, ultimately enabling you to make ...
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Does Smoking Affect Dental Implants?

For many individuals who have one or more missing teeth, dental implants can often provide an exceptional, long-lasting solution. Anchored in the jawbone like a natural root, this innovative restoration can be fixed with a customized crown that matches the shape and color of surrounding teeth, restoring both the form and function of one’s smile while helping to prevent the ...
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Consequences of Tooth Loss

Contrary to what many people assume, the appearance of your smile isn’t all that’s affected when you lose one or multiple teeth. In actuality, tooth loss can have a significant impact on your overall oral health—and even your entire facial aesthetic. To be a bit more specific, each of the following issues can occur when missing teeth go unreplaced: Shifting ...
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What Causes Bad Breath?

Medically referred to as halitosis, bad breath is an issue that impacts millions of Americans on a daily basis. This undesirable condition is most notably caused by specific foods we eat, as well as a failure to brush, floss, and rinse regularly to remove food particles that get trapped between the teeth and around the gums. That said, there are ...
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