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Should We Frown at Teeth Bleaching?

We know that many of you are busily whitening your smiles in preparation for the series of photos that come with the holidays. Whether it’s before Thanksgiving dinner or gathering around the Christmas tree, there seem to be some photos each year that we can’t avoid. If you’re looking to whiten your teeth to make…

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Kid Appropriate Dental Visit Age

If you’re wondering if your child is old enough for the dentist, the answer is probably yes. Many parents are shocked when I tell them how early they should start thinking about their kids oral health. Experts recommend that brushing begin as early as six months, (or as soon as your child’s first tooth appears)…

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Get a New Smile for the New Year

Yellow is a lovely color for bananas, but for teeth, not so much. Are you the one who always looks like the grim reaper in the family photo album? Want a whiter smile? See a dentist about professional teeth whitening. Its a lot easier than learning Photoshop. Once you have a shiny smile, try these…

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Why We’re Truly Thankful for Our Dentists

Thanksgiving is approaching, and we’re certainly thankful for following our dentists advice. From flossing lessons to giving our mouths extra TLC, here are some top reasons were much healthier thanks to our dentists: Flossing for a healthy smile. Listening to your dentist’s flossing advice can get you on the way to a healthier smile. Flossing…

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Teeth Whitening for Teens? Here’s What to Know First

If you have a teenager, you may know they can be very sensitive about their appearance. Yellow or discolored teeth can have a huge impact on self-esteem, but at what age is it acceptable to start using teeth whitening products? Here are some do’s and don’ts if you have teenagers that want to whiten their…

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Wisdom Teeth: Should They Stay or Go?

Wisdom teeth (also known as third molars) are the last teeth to develop and appear in your mouth. They typically come in between the ages of 17 to 25, which has been coined the age of wisdom, hence the name wisdom teeth. In some cases, the wisdom teeth erupt through the gums and become fully…

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