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Diabetes and Dental Health Connection

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Diabetes Day

At Sanford Dental Excellence, we strive to give our patients a healthier smile. Dr. George Mitrogogos always stresses the importance of regular check-ups and preventive treatments. November 14th was World Diabetes Day. This day is dedicated to spreading awareness about diabetes and its devastating effects on the body.


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What to Do in a Dental Emergency

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Dental Emergency

We understand a dental emergency is upsetting and potentially very painful, which is why Sanford Dental Excellence is here to assist you with caring professional dentistry. If you or someone close to you have a dental emergency, please contact our friendly dental office immediately.


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Common Causes of Gum Disease

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Causes Gum Disease

Gum disease is mainly caused by a build-up of plaque, but a regular routine of oral health maintenance may not be enough to keep you free from risk. Plaque takes the form of an accumulation of tartar and harmful bacteria, producing an infection that eats away at the gums (periodontitis).


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Oral Health Problems as You Get Older

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Oral Health Problems

Your dental health will change throughout your lifetime, but whereas complete tooth loss used to be a given for adults approaching old age, nowadays this is far from the case. Today around three-quarters of adults over the age of 65 will have at least some of the natural teeth.


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The Benefits of Dentures

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Benefits Dentures

Teeth are essential because they allow us to eat in comfort and to smile, laugh and talk with others without feeling embarrassed. Even losing a single tooth can be upsetting and can affect the function of the remaining teeth. Ideally, natural teeth will last for life, but the reality is that many of us will lose one or more teeth to trauma or disease and will need to consider ways to replace them.


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Things To Look for When Picking an Emergency Dentist

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Picking Emergency Dentist

Dental emergencies are like uninvited guests. You can have a severe tooth pain after having a sip of cola or your kid may come home with a broken tooth after accidentally falling down. When it comes to you and your family’s health, you don’t want to take any risks. It is always better to plan ahead to ensure optimal oral health.


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Mini Dental Implants at Your Sanford Dentist

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Mini Dental Implants

A mini dental implant is a special kind of replacement for missing teeth. As with their full-sized dental implants, mini dental implants offer a permanent structure that replaces missing teeth. Regular dental implants replace missing teeth, but they aren’t the right choice for everyone. For the ones who have missing teeth wanting dental implants, the mini version might be the ideal solution.


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The Advantages of Sedation Dentistry

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Sedation Dentistry Advantages

Sedation dentistry keeps patients comfortable during dentistry procedures. It is beneficial for those who have dental anxiety or for the ones going through lengthy treatment. Options involve intravenous (IV) sedation, oral conscious sedation, and nitrous oxide. Dentists have to have a special certification to offer some types of sedation dentistry.


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All About Mini Dental Implants

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Mini Dental Implants

According to the American College of Prosthodontists, it is estimated that roughly 178 million people in America are missing a minimum of one tooth. Implants are a highly sought-after option for replacing one or more decayed or missing teeth.


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Advantages of Invisalign

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Advantages of Invisalign

Invisalign is one of the most popular orthodontic treatment options for patients who meet certain criteria. While traditional braces have been in use since the early 1800’s, Invisalign is a modern treatment method that has many advantages that have really gotten our patients’ attention over the years.


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