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While most people realize that smoking is bad for your overall health, they don’t realize the serious effects that it has on oral health. Smoking can cause many oral health issues such as gum disease, tooth staining, tooth decay, and even oral cancer. Here are some ways smoking affects your oral health: 1.Teeth Staining One
More than 100 million people miss their 6 month cleanings, in the fear that they will have to end up getting more work done. What they fail to realize is that the more you delay your cleaning, the higher the chance of a dental infection.    Dentists are able to see and follow small signs
Overbrushing can wear down the enamel on the teeth and push back gums which ultimately will lead to more sensitivity. You do not need to vigorously brush your teeth to remove plaque, as long as you are consistent and reach all areas of your mouth you will have healthy teeth! You do need to clean

Why Invisalign is for you!

So you want that perfect smile, but aren’t sure which treatment is right for you. Both Invisalign and braces are ways to achieve that goal. Invisalign is ideal for adults and teens who want to stay “invisible” but realign the teeth. This treatment uses a computer- generated mold that makes plastic aligners to achieve straight
So you just got your laser teeth whitening done and you want to know how long the results will last? Well, its completely up to you! You have the power to maintain your laser teeth whitening by what you do and what you eat. After you get your Laser Teeth Whitening done with us, the

Deep Teeth Cleanings

What is a Deep Dental Cleaning? A deep dental cleaning, sometimes referred to as gum therapy or periodontal scaling and root planning (SRP), is a treatment that cleans between the gums and teeth down to the roots. Like a regular cleaning, the hygienist or dentist will clean the tooth, gum line and sides of the
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