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What Are The Different Stages Of Gum Disease

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Gum disease affects nearly half of Americans over the age of 30. This inflammatory disease has been linked to other health issues, including heart disease and diabetes. It’s important to recognize the signs of gum disease and consult your dentist for treatment to prevent irreversible damage to your dental and overall health.


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Oral Sedation vs. IV Sedation: What Are the Differences?

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If you have extreme anxiety, certain physical limitations, or extensive treatment needs, your dentist may recommend oral or IV sedation to help you get through your dental procedure. From our accommodating office space to our modern equipment, Sanford Dental Excellence is committed to making your experience as comfortable as possible. Prepare for your dental procedure by educating yourself about the differences between oral and IV sedation:


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Should You Consider Getting Invisalign?

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Having straighter teeth can do more than improve the appearance of your smile. As you will learn in this video, having straight teeth can actually improve your overall health, as well.


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Why Every Athlete Should Have a Mouth Guard

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When it comes to sports, your dentist will tell you that a mouth guard is an essential part of any athlete’s uniform. Whether you play a contact sport like football or prefer a solo activity like gymnastics, a mouth guard will cushion your mouth against any impact. Here are the top reasons why every athlete needs a mouth guard:


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Want To Know How To Keep Your Smile Healthy? Then Take A Look At These Links

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Sanford Dental Excellence has been providing one-stop comprehensive dental services to the Orlando community for over 30 years. Our dentists and staff are dedicated to providing the best in personal attention to ensure your satisfaction. Click the links below to find out even more about keeping your smile healthy:


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What Not to Do in Dental Care

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Your tooth enamel may be even harder than your bones, but it’s still susceptible to damage caused by neglect and abuse. As your family dentist will tell you, once your teeth’s outer coating is gone, there is no way for your body to generate more. To maintain your oral health and keep your smile bright, avoid these common dental blunders:


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The Link Between Apples and Your Oral Health

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Do you wish you could rush home to brush and floss after every meal, but find that your busy schedule gets in the way? As you will learn in this video, opting for an apple after lunch will not only help keep your body healthy, but will also clean your teeth!


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Tips for Getting Past Your Dental Anxiety

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For many individuals, even a routine checkup at the dentist can seem stressful. Sanford Dental Excellence is dedicated to making your experience as comfortable as possible, and we pride ourselves on offering our Orlando patients safe and effective sedation dentistry services. Here are some simple tips to help relieve the tension of any visit to the dentist:


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What to Expect from the Root Canal Procedure

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If the internal structure of your tooth becomes infected due to decay or injury, your dentist may recommend a root canal. This procedure makes it possible to protect the rest of your teeth from decay while ensuring that you keep your original tooth. Here are the basic steps of the root canal procedure:


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Dentistry 101: Keeping Your Teeth in Tip Top Shape

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Keeping your teeth clean not only enhances your smile, but also greatly improves your overall health. Bacteria and plaque that build up on your gums can actually travel to your heart and contribute to heart disease. Brushing and flossing your teeth is the best way for you to remove the food particles that allow bacteria and plaque to build up in the first place.This video answers common questions about dental hygiene.


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