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Dental Phobia? Discover the Benefits of Sedation

December 17, 2019

Filed under: Uncategorized — renudental @ 3:57 pm
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Is your dental phobia so bad that you would rather bear the pain of a chronic toothache than seek treatment? Unfortunately, this is the reality for many patients, and it can often lead to worsening dental problems. If anxiety and fear are keeping you from maintaining your oral health, allow your dentist to provide sedation dentistry. Not only will you feel more relaxed, but you will be able to care for your smile without the worry! Find out more about the methods used and how it can be beneficial during your next visit.


If You Have Dental Insurance Benefits, Read This Before January!

November 16, 2019

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Did you know that every single year, millions of people with dental insurance leave benefits that they paid for on the table? This is mainly because the benefits they were once entitled to are set to expire, typically on the first day of the new year. If you’ve been paying a monthly premium and still have treatments to take advantage of, you should get scheduled today! There are many benefits to maximizing insurance before the end of the year; here are a few you should consider.


Gum Disease: Noticing and Treating The Symptoms Early

October 5, 2019

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According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, one out of every two American adults has been affected by gum disease. While this statistic makes it seem nearly impossible to avoid, this common oral health condition is easily preventable. The key is being able to spot the symptoms early and catch it before it has had a chance to develop into something more severe. With the right preventive measures in place and the knowledge on how to keep your mouth healthy, you won’t become a part of this statistic. Read on to learn everything there is to know about fighting off gum disease.


5 Tips to Choose the Best Cosmetic Dentist

September 3, 2019

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woman pointing to her teethBesides the health of your teeth, their appearance is equally important to your self-esteem. Unfortunately, if you’re like many adults, you probably don’t like how they look. You don’t have to live with chipped, discolored, or unattractive teeth. You can get the smile you’ve always wanted with a cosmetic dentist, but who is the best? Here are 5 simple tips to pick the right one to transform your teeth.


Here’s What to Expect After Receiving a CEREC Same-Day Crown

August 10, 2019

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In times past, the placement of a dental crown was a two-to-three visit procedure that typically took weeks to finalize. Patients now have a more convenient, attractive and durable way to restore their smiles with a CEREC same-day dental crown. Since this is still a fairly new procedure in the dental world, you likely have some questions about what to expect during the recovery process. A local dentist weighs in to provide the expert answers you need so you can move forward with achieving a healthier and more aesthetically-pleasing smile!


Dental Implants for Missing Teeth – Too Many Advantages to Pass Up!

June 14, 2019

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Your days of living without any number of teeth can now, thankfully, come to an end. With the placement of dental implants, you have a clear path to a fully restored smile. What makes them a better choice than other replacement methods, though? You’re invited to read further to discover why dental implants are in a class of their own!


Could Gum Disease Increase Your Risk for Heart Disease?

May 20, 2019

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Chances are, you or someone you love suffers from gum disease, which, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, affects nearly half of adults who are thirty or older.  And while the effects on your oral health are obvious, did you know that poor gum health may have an effect on your overall health?  Researchers have been studying the link between gum disease and heart disease, and while one has not been proven to cause the other, the connection between the two has been shown to be very strong. 


Your Dentist on How Your Diabetes and Oral Health Are Connected

April 20, 2019

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More than 29.1 million Americans live with diabetes, and nearly 22% of them are also affected by gum disease. Your oral health and overall health may be more connected than you thought. Diabetes can cause symptoms that can negatively affect your oral health and lead to infections and cavities. So, what exactly does your smile have to do with certain health problems—and how can you protect it? Read on to learn about how diabetes can affect your oral health.


Whitening Your Smile with Charcoal? Find Out What Your Dentist Has to Say

March 3, 2019

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a woman using charcoal to brush her teeth

From magazines to Pinterest, the big trend nowadays is whitening your teeth with charcoal. Although regular gels and whitening trays are still found on drug store shelves, you may find that the charcoal alternative is becoming a more popular choice. But does it really work? Isn’t charcoal used for barbecues? Can this dark substance that makes your teeth look dirty actually brighten your smile? Your dentist weighs in on the topic and discusses how and if this new whitening trend actually works.


A Healthy New Year’s Resolution with Your Dentist

February 1, 2019

Filed under: Uncategorized — renudental @ 9:40 pm
Woman smiling confidently

In the spirit of the new year, your dentist has an easy yet vital resolution you can make. Scheduling routine dental visits, at least twice a year, is one of the most beneficial steps you can take towards good oral health. With numerous studies piling up about the link between your oral and overall health, taking care of your smile in 2019 is a great way to help your body, too. Keep reading to learn why routine dental visits are important for the beauty and health of your pearly whites.

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