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Our dental practice is dedicated to educating you with the latest tips and tricks to maintain your optimal oral health.

Reasons to Invest In a Mouthguard

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Mouthguards are oral appliances made from a special rubbery material that are designed to cover all of the top teeth and provide a barrier between the upper and lower jaws. A mouthguard may be right for you if you participate in sports activities such as soccer, hockey, football, baseball, basketball, softball, lacrosse, wrestling, or any other contact sport. Individuals who grind their teeth in their sleep can also benefit from a mouthguard, as it will help reduce the chances of early wear and tear, chips, and fractures. Specially designed mouthguards may also be used to help adjust the position of the jaws in patients suffering from obstructive sleep apnea.


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Lifestyle Tips for a Healthier Smile

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Your smile is one of the first things people tend to notice about you—however, very few of us feel completely confident in the health or integrity of our teeth. Learn how you can improve your oral health by reading over the lifestyle tips discussed in this article.


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Make Brushing Your Teeth Easier With this Great App!

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You brush your teeth with fluoride toothpaste and a soft-bristled toothbrush, and you make sure you replace your toothbrush at least every three months—but unless you’re brushing your teeth long enough, you may not be doing enough to protect your oral health.


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Common Reasons for Root Canal Therapy

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A root canal, also known as endodontic therapy, is a procedure in which the inside of a tooth is cleaned and sealed. In the past, many people used to fear the thought of a root canal—but thanks to advances in sedation dentistry, patients can now undergo root canal therapy in a comfortable, relaxed environment. Read this article to help determine if you may require a root canal.


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A Look at the Different Dental Sedation Methods

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Dental sedation is a revolutionary treatment that allows individuals with dental fear or phobia to obtain the dental care they need to maintain a healthy smile. Sedation dentistry may also be used for patients who are preparing for lengthy or invasive dental procedures, as well as on individuals with physical limitations such as back or neck problems. This article will take a closer look at the different types of dental sedation.


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Signs That You Could Benefit from Dental Veneers

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Dental veneers are extremely thin shells of tooth-colored materials that are custom-designed to cover the front surface of your teeth. Porcelain is one of the most commonly used materials for dental veneers, as it is more resistant to stains and mimics the light-reflecting properties of the natural teeth. If you are interested in changing the shape, color, or size of your teeth, dental veneers may be right for you. Keep reading to learn more.


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And the raffle winner is….

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Congratulations to Kelly G. from Melbourne! Thank you to all who participated in the raffle promotion! Watch for our next exciting NEW promotion with a chance to win another fantastic prize! We will be launching our next promotion soon…stay tuned!


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Better Understand Dental Treatment with This App

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Understanding your treatment options when it comes to addressing dental problems allows you to make an informed decision regarding your oral health. The Dental Aid Lite app provides you and your dentist with the ability to communicate clearly about your treatment. You will easily see exactly how your treatment will work, allowing you to make the best decision regarding care of your teeth and gums. The app includes clear visual illustrations and easy-to-understand text right at your fingertips, both during and between dental appointments.


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Dental Implants for Healthy Smiles [INFOGRAPHIC]

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Do you feel less confident when eating, smiling, or speaking due to tooth loss or ill-fitting dentures? If so, talk to your Lake Mary dentist about whether dental implants are right for you. Dental implants offer permanent replacement of one or more missing teeth and can help you regain confidence in your smile. Depending on your dental situation, your dentist may recommend either traditional dental implants or mini dental implants. Each solution has its own unique set of advantages, as you can see in this infographic. Only your dentist will be able to tell you which procedure is right for you. Feel free to share this infographic with friends and family and start your journey towards a healthier smile today.


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Tips for Maintaining Your Oral Hygiene While Wearing Braces

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It can take a while to adjust to wearing and caring for braces. In the meantime, consult your dentist if you have any concerns. Your dentist will provide detailed instructions on cleaning your teeth and making lifestyle modifications. You can also observe the following care tips to maintain a healthy mouth during your orthodontic treatment.


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