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Benefits of KöR Teeth Whitening

June 28, 2019

While there are numerous different types of teeth whitening that can transform the appearance of your smile, there is one technique that has proven to deliver exceptional results time after time. It is known as KöR teeth whitening.

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How do I know if I need Dental Implants?

April 28. 2019

Many people think that tooth loss won’t affect them… until it actually happens. Studies show that most adults will lose at least one permanent tooth by their mid-thirties, and as many as half of them by the time they reach senior age. Tooth loss can be caused by a variety of different things including severe decay, trauma to the tooth or advanced periodontal (gum) disease. However, it is what happens after the tooth has gone that concerns most patients.

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Most Common Types of Tooth Pain

March 13, 2019

Nobody will argue with you when you tell them that tooth pain is one of the most uncomfortable types of pain that anybody can go through. However, there are so many different ways to describe the pain that stems from your mouth, and there are even more potential causes! We have brought together some of the most common types of tooth pain.

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What is involved in a smile makeover?

February 19, 2019

A smile makeover is a fantastic way to improve all of the aspects of your teeth that may need changing in order for you to embrace the grin that you have always dreamed of. However, many people are left in some confusion about exactly what is involved in a smile makeover. Here is what you need to know about this transformative cosmetic surgery treatment.

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How to Fix Bleedings Gums

January 23, 2019

Studies suggest that more than 50% of Americans over the age of 30 have gums that bleed when they brush or floss. Many dental patients believe that bleeding when they brush or floss is so normal that they don’t recognize that it could be a sign of gingivitis and periodontal disease.

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