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Why Invisalign Is Great For Adults

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Invisalign for Adults

Dental technology has advanced to the point that Invisalign clear aligners straighten teeth in a covert and quick manner. Invisalign is particularly helpful for adults concerned about their smile for personal and/or professional reasons.


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All You Need to Know About Sedation Dentistry

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All About Sedation Dentistry

If anxiety is making you think twice about getting dental treatment, you could be seriously jeopardizing your oral health and general wellbeing. Advances in dentistry have led to a much greater emphasis on patient comfort, and modern dental sedation techniques offer a range of safe and effective options to put nervous patients at ease.


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Why Replacing Lost Teeth Is Important: The Implant Difference

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Dental Implant Difference

Healthy teeth let you show off your smile, but when one or more teeth are missing, it can affect your dental health as well as your appearance. If spaces are left in the mouth after tooth loss, problems such as weakening of the jawbone may arise. When the jawbone is not supporting a tooth, it deteriorates.


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Benefits of Overdentures

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Overdentures

Overdentures are replacement teeth typically secured by dental implants. They hold many benefits compared with conventional dentures in helping people missing some or all their teeth to regain their quality of life.


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What Are Mini-Implants?

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Dental Implants

Dental implants provide a secure anchor for artificial teeth and offer a superior alternative to other tooth replacement methods.


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Benefits of Porcelain Dental Crowns

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Porcelain CrownsIf you have a badly damaged tooth, a porcelain crown offers several advantages over dental caps made from other materials. Customized porcelain crowns will blend seamlessly in your mouth, complementing your surrounding natural teeth in color, shape and size.


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What is Gum Disease?

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Sanford DentistsThe medical term for gum disease is periodontitis, which literally means "inflammation around the tooth." Periodontal disease infects the gum tissue and bone structure that supports your teeth. It’s a widespread problem in the U.S. and the chief cause of tooth loss in adults. Teeth become loose as your gums recede and gaps develop between your teeth and gums.


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