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Dental Implants
Woman Showing Off Her Smile
Another year is here. If you made any resolutions to be more fit or healthy, you’re not alone. 60% of Americans kicked off this year by making one or more resolutions. Making resolutions is the easy part. Fulfilling them is more difficult. In fact studies confirm that only about 8% of us will actually achieve...
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Mo with her dog Mike
Mo has a wonderful smile. Thanks to a combination of good genes and excellent dental hygiene. But when she was diagnosed with a relatively rare dental issue, it required her to have a tooth extracted. After weighing the various options to replace a missing tooth, Mo chose to go with dental implants. After a few...
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Smile More with a Smile Makeover!
Your smile is truly a wonderful thing. It offers health benefits to your mind and body, helps people feel better, and it makes a lasting, positive impression. In fact, studies show that smiling makes a person appear more attractive, and capable, to other people. So, with all the benefits that come from a smile, everyone...
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Missing teeth can cause problems
Have you lost a tooth? By the time the average American reaches 50, they will have lost 12 teeth, including their four wisdom teeth. And for adults between 35 to 44 years of age, 69% have lost at least one permanent tooth. Losing a tooth is a very common problem, but there’s a lot more...
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As an adult, losing a tooth, doesn’t bring the joy you had as kid, anticipating a visit from the tooth fairy. Unfortunately, when it comes to missing teeth, there’s no lost and found. In fact, 178 million Americans are missing at least one tooth, and it’s estimated that by the age of 50 the average...
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Living with physical pain is, unfortunately, a rite of passage for many adults. Fortunately, for most of us, the pain usually goes away, but sometimes it’s chronic, or more severe. And more often than not, pain is a sign that there’s something more serious going on in. Besides chronic back pain, few things are as...
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Preventing gum disease and keeping this stealthy villain away may require super-hero efforts. Gum disease (aka periodontal disease) is now considered to be one of the most common diseases in our country. 85% of Americans suffer from some form of it, yet most aren’t aware they have it, until, well, they already have it. Why?...
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