Finding The Right Cosmetic Dentist For You

Posted on: 17 July 2015

Smiles are one of the first things people notice about another human. Smiles often say more than words when greeting others; smiles indicate welcoming and acceptance. There are many people, however, that don't like their smile or have health concerns as it relates to their teeth. This can lead to insecurity, which often prevents people from smiling at others. Without that smile, people may not establish important relationships, come across positively in business, or lose out on a lot of other positive things in life.
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How To Go About Choosing A Family Dentist

Posted on: 24 June 2015

If you have children and a family, you want to make sure that everyone's dental needs are always taken care of. It's important to have a qualified family dentist that you all feel comfortable going to. If you're in the market for a new dentist due to a recent move or just want to switch it up, you will need to make some careful considerations. Take a look at the following information to better understand how to go about choosing a new dentist for your family.
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Potential Dental Crown Options For A Severely Broken Tooth

Posted on: 8 June 2015

If a significant amount of your tooth has chipped due to trauma or decay, your dentist will recommend a restoration technique to fix your bite and the cosmetic appearance of your smile.  A dental crown is a popular restoration technique because it saves the remaining natural tooth and helps protect the tooth from further damage. What are the potential dental crown treatment options for a severely broken tooth? Here are a few treatments to discuss with your dentist the next time you visit the office.
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Dentistry For Kids With ADHD

Posted on: 20 May 2015

Getting a child to sit still in the dental chair can be a challenge -- more so if your child has attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). Many kids with ADHD get fidgety and can't follow instructions. Although a child who gets distracted easily and needs to be in constant motion can be difficult to manage at the dentist's office, it isn't an impossible task. In addition to the behavioral issues, ADHD and the medicines used to treat it can contribute to a number of oral problems a dentist must watch for.
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