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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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Can You Relax at the Dentist?

In our office, we value meeting out patients needs. But if you’d rather endure agony from a toothache rather than step foot into a dental office, we have a solution for you. A lot of people are phobic about going to the dentist that they prefer not to have any treatment. But most importantly you
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The Benefits of Cosmetic Dentistry

If you’re wondering how cosmetic dentistry can benefit your oral health and overall confidence here are several ways we can. There are those who hold back from smiling because they’re are ashamed of what others will see. Crowded, stained or missing teeth can make it really difficult to function on a day to day basis
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The truth about tooth pain

Are you experiencing discomfort? Does it hurt to chew? Your teeth and mouth are the source of so much activity, when a toothache strikes it is often very difficult to ignore. This is why it is so important to keep up with you regular examinations and cleanings, they are designed to identify dental issues as
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The Truth About Cavities

What is a cavity and how do you know if you have one? That’s a great question. Cavities are what you get from tooth decay, it affects not only the outer coating of your tooth, but the inner layer of your tooth as well. How do your teeth form decay? Bacteria caused by foods such as,
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“If you can feel trust before you walk in the door, that’s the key to success.”

-Dr. Landon Libby, DDS

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