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Read this before whitening your teeth.

Bleaching Teeth bleaching is a common and relatively simple procedure whereby your teeth are whitened using a chemical solution. This procedure can be performed in the dentist’s office, or at home. For home bleaching, a custom mouthpiece is created to ensure the best results. If you want a faster solution, schedule an appointment with a
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What’s a deep cleaning?

Deep teeth cleaning is also known as Scaling and Root Planing. It is very different from a regular cleaning. A regular cleaning focuses on the surfaces of the teeth and between teeth above the gum line. During a regular cleaning, the teeth are also polished. A deep teeth cleaning, on the other hand, is needed
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How does Invisalign work?

Invisalign are invisible aligners custom made for your teeth. They work in a series of trays to help shift your teeth gradually. Our teeth will typically move up to 0.25 mm per tray. Every two weeks, you will receive a new set, slowly moving your teeth towards their ideal positions. Invisalign not only controls the
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What are the benefits of fluoride?

Fluoride is a natural mineral that builds strong teeth and prevents cavities. It’s been an essential oral health treatment for decades. Fluoride supports healthy tooth enamel and fights the bacteria that harm teeth and gums. Fluoride is especially helpful if you’re at high risk and susceptible to developing cavities. These treatments in office have much
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Dental emergency? Here’s what to do.

What should I do if I have a dental emergency? While there are precautions we can take to avoid injuries to our teeth, dental emergencies still can, and do, happen. A dental emergency is any problem that requires immediate treatment in order to save a tooth, stop bleeding, or alleviate serious pain. As traumatic as
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Read this before you consider a dental implant.

Are dental implants right for you? For many patients, missing or damaged teeth create concerns beyond the way their smiles look. Missing teeth can make it difficult to eat and speak, and they may even cause potential health issues. Custom dental implants are a permanent solution designed to look just like your neighboring teeth, so nobody will
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-Dr. Landon Libby, DDS

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