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Restorative Dental
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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Don't lose your dental benefits. Use them.
It’s only November, but many of you are already immersed in open enrollment for your health and dental benefits for 2020. Open enrollment is the time of year where you have to choose your health benefit options for the upcoming year. Most people will have until Dec 15th to pick their benefit plans. What does...
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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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If you’re missing one or more teeth, it probably affects your smile and you may also notice a difference in chewing and speaking. But there are options available to help you restore your smile and limit other problems. For example, a bridge – sometimes called a fixed partial denture – replaces missing teeth with artificial...
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