The CEREC Procedure

One of the latest dental technology tools to appear on the dentistry scene is CEREC®. The CEREC machine is a special computer that acts as a dental restoration tool, allowing your dentist to restore decayed teeth, place dental crowns, remove...

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Dental Resolutions for the New Year

Don’t you love New Years? Even if you aren’t the type to make resolutions, just the idea of getting through one more year can boost your determination to make the next one better. In January we pledge to lose weight, quit smoking, get...

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How to Choose a Pediatric Dentist

HEALTHY TEETH HAPPY CHILD The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry recommends that kids should visit a pediatric dentist when their first tooth comes in or by their first birthday. Our checklist will help you pick the best pediatric dentist to...

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Top 10 reasons to choose CEREC

  1) No Temporaries / One Visit – Temporary restorations can break, fall off, or not last during the 2 weeks needed to fabricate a crown at a lab. Teeth can be sensitive, micro-shift and drift, etc. that can allow the crown from the...

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How to protect your tooth enamel

The enamel of your teeth provides much more than a cosmetic appearance. This substance is actually the hardest part of your body and for good reason. It protects the dentin, which contains nerves, inside your teeth. When the enamel wears away...

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How CEREC works

Because We Value YOUR Time Let’s face it, very few of us have perfect teeth, free of decay and fillings. You can probably see a filling or two in your own mouth, which do just that — “fill” a cavity, or hole, in your tooth...

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How to floss properly

What is the Right Way to Floss? Proper flossing removes plaque and food particles in places where a toothbrush cannot easily reach — under the gumline and between your teeth. Because plaque build-up can lead to tooth decay and gum disease, daily...

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How to Brush

What Is the Right Way to Brush? Proper brushing takes at least two minutes — that’s right, 120 seconds! Most adults do not come close to brushing that long. To get a feel for the time involved, try using a stopwatch. To properly brush your...

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