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Brightening Your Smile

Many people are interested in having a lighter, brighter, shinier smile. If you've ever considered this, you'd probably like to know more about dentist supervised 'tooth whitening'-- one of the simplest, most effective and safest means of achieving lighter teeth.

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Bruxism: Managing the Symptoms, Treating the Causes

Even a slight discrepancy in the balance of your bite can trigger clenching and grinding inside your mouth. This condition is known as 'bruxism', and is characterized by chronic, forceful, unconscious biting down at non-mealtimes.

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Crowns: Reinforcement & Protection for Problem Teeth

Age, accidents, and general wear and tear can lead to cracked, broken, decayed, or worn teeth…damage that presents long-term risks to your overall dental health. Fortunately, dental crowns can be used effectively to restore such teeth.

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Fixed Bridges: Stability & Renewal

If you're missing permanent teeth, there are several important dental health concerns about which you should be aware. You see, losing a permanent tooth actually sets in motion a series of negative consequences that only grow more significant with age.

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Implants: Restoring a Solid Foundation

Sometimes people lose permanent teeth due to accident, injury, disease or extraction. In such cases, we find dental implants to be a secure, functional replacement option.

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Veneers or Laminates: Simple Steps, Remarkable Results

It's not uncommon to have chipped, stained, discolored, unevenly spaced, or even slightly crooked front teeth. Fortunately, porcelain veneers are available in such cases, enabling us to provide patients with an entirely functional, natural-looking, bright new smile.

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Dental Pain

If you've ever experienced dental pain, you know it isn't something to be taken lightly. In fact, most people can't take it at all! That's why it's so important to understand the basics of tooth pain, so that you can take quick action at the first sign of trouble, possibly nipping the situation in the bud and preventing an all-out episode of severe discomfort.

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Sensitive Teeth: Protecting You From Pain

Your teeth are made up of several layers. The incredibly hard, outer 'enamel' layer that allows you to bite and chew, the more porous 'dentin' layer that lies beneath the enamel and extends below the gumline, and the inner, soft tissue 'pulp' layer that contains all the nerves, blood vessels, and connective tissues to nourish the tooth.

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Restoring Your Mouth Begins With Temporaries

No two mouths are alike. And no two people's dental needs are alike, either. That's why restoring your teeth just can't be done with a formula approach.

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