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Six Month Smiles: A Straighter Smile by Your Next Cleaning

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Don't let crooked teeth keep you from living life behind your best smile. Six Month Smiles is an extraordinary straightening option that can help you get straighter teeth by your next cleaning appointment! In as few as six months, you could have a smile that you're no longer embarrassed by.

What Is Six Month Smiles?

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Crowns & Bridges

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What Are Dental Crowns & Bridges?

Bridges and crowns are the two most popular implants for damaged or decayed teeth. On one hand, a crown goes over a tooth that has recently had a root canal to protect it from future damage. On the other hand, a dental bridge uses existing teeth that don't need repair as a support system to hold the new tooth implant over the gum. 

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Oral Health and Heart Health: How One Affects the Other

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Your mouth is a window to the health of the rest of your body. An unhealthy mouth can be an indicator that something else is wrong. Taking care of your teeth is about more than having a straight and bright smile. It's also about preventing heart disease and maintaining good overall health.

Your Oral Health Affects Your Heart Health

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Everything You Need to Know About Veneers and Lumineers

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Teeth are difficult to maintain. They're subject to all kinds of issues such as being worn down, chipped, or stained. You might even be born with a crooked smile. Should any of those issues strike, it's important to combat them. One way to do so is by asking your dentist about veneers and lumineers. 

What Are Veneers?

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What Foods & Drinks Your Children Should Be Consuming

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It's not a secret that some foods and drinks are better for our teeth than others. The same goes for children who are still losing their baby teeth and getting their adult teeth. Providing children with a healthy diet combined with proper oral health care can help ensure that they don't have issues with anything from gingivitis to tooth decay or rot while they develop a beautiful, confident smile that they will carry right into adulthood.

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Protect Your Teeth This Summer

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Sports can be an excellent way to enjoy the warm summer weather. Whether you play on a summer softball team or simply enjoy shooting hoops at the park, there are plenty of ways to incorporate athletics into your summer schedule. However, sports injuries can present a significant danger to unprotected teeth. Wearing a mouth guard while participating in both organized and backyard sports is an easy way to protect your teeth in case you are hit in the mouth by a ball, another player, other equipment, or the ground. 

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