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How Dental Implants Can Help to Increase Your Confidence

October 28, 2020

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Woman with dental implants

Are you missing teeth? You aren’t alone. Approximately 178 million Americans are missing at least one tooth and 40 million are missing all of their teeth. Fortunately, there are a variety of different tooth replacement options out there to help you restore your smile and how you feel about it. Dental implants are preferred by patients and dentists alike because of their many benefits. Continue reading to learn more about the different ways that implants can help you regain your confidence after suffering from tooth loss.


How Do Hot Drinks Affect Your Smile?

October 4, 2020

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Women drinking coffee

Now that autumn is here, it’s time to break out the sweaters, boots, and your favorite hot drinks. Whether you’re loving the pumpkin spice latte trend or you prefer other beverages like mochas and herbal teas, you should know what they do to your teeth over time. Continue reading to learn more from your dentist about how hot drinks affect the appearance and the health of your smile.


5 Reasons You Shouldn’t Be Embarrassed at the Dentist’s Office

September 27, 2020

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Woman embarrassed at the dentist covers her mouth

Researchers estimate that nearly a third of the US population has skipped out on necessary dental treatments or checkups because of a fear of visiting the dentist. Many of these patients avoid their appointments because of a previous traumatic or painful experience. However, others are more worried about potential judgement from their dentist! If you’re putting off your dental visits because you’re ashamed of your teeth, it’s time to get your oral health back on track. Here are five reasons you shouldn’t feel embarrassed at the dentist.


Am I Too Old to Get Dental Implants?

September 9, 2020

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Older woman smiles after getting dental implants

Are you missing one, several, or all your teeth? If so, you’re certainly not alone. Studies indicate that 26% of adults between the ages of 65 and 74 have lost all their natural teeth. While there are plenty of methods to replace missing teeth, one stands above the rest: dental implants. While nearly anyone can benefit from this state-of-the-art treatment, many people wonder if they’re too old for this important service. Read on to learn how old is too old for dental implants—the answer may surprise you!


How Can Cosmetic Dentistry Improve Your Confidence?

August 24, 2020

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Woman after seeing cosmetic dentist

When you feel confident about your appearance, it shows. But what is the easiest way to feel more attractive and better about how you are portraying yourself to the rest of the world? Many would say that you should start with your smile. It is the first thing people around you see, and many find a great smile to be one of the most attractive traits you can have. Continue reading to learn a few ways that seeing a cosmetic dentist can help you increase your confidence.


Why and How Should You Be Cleaning Your Tongue?

August 10, 2020

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Woman sticking out tongue

You know that you should be cleaning your teeth twice a day to reduce your probability of developing cavities and other oral health problems, but you shouldn’t neglect other areas in your mouth. Your tongue, another major feature of your mouth, also collects food debris and bacteria that should be regularly cleaned. Read on to learn more from your dentist about why your tongue should be regularly cleaned and the best way to do it.


Did You Know There Are 2 Types of Dental Implants?

July 20, 2020

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Woman smiling into mirror admires her new dental implants

With over 500,000 dental implants placed every year, this advanced dental procedure is quickly becoming the most popular way to replace missing teeth! It’s the only option that restores teeth both above and below the gumline. This gives it unmatched longevity, comfort, and function while improving your health and appearance. To help as many people as possible rebuild their smile, there are two types of dental implants. Your Glendale implant dentist explains the differences between them and how to tell which is right for you.


5 Reasons to Replace a Tooth Even If You Can’t See It

July 7, 2020

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Closeup of mouth with missing back tooth in need of dental implants

While losing a tooth as a child is usually an exciting experience, it’s not something to celebrate later in life. It can feel quite overwhelming when you have to choose how to replace your tooth instead of relying on a new one to come in naturally. If that gap in your smile is in the back of your mouth or is otherwise unnoticeable, you may be tempted not to do anything about it. However, leaving your set of pearly whites incomplete can have much larger consequences than you realize. Here are five ways your mouth will change if you don’t replace missing back teeth with dental implants.


Should I Be Drinking Sports Drinks?

June 26, 2020

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Sports drinks on ice

The most popular sports drinks today were created for the purpose of keeping athletes hydrated after harsh workouts while also replacing electrolytes. After spending time outside in the sun, they may be tempting to reach for. They are quenching, sweet, and taste delicious. However, according to dentists, they are one of the most destructive beverages you can drink regarding your oral health. They are even more harmful for your teeth than fruit juice and soda. Continue reading to learn what your dentist has to say about the effects of sports drinks on your teeth.


Which Oral Health Habits Should Be in My Routine?

June 11, 2020

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Woman having her teeth cleaned at the dentist

There is more to having healthy teeth than just brushing and flossing. Both of these things are extremely important to maintain your smile, but there are other factors to consider as well. Taking steps every day can improve your oral health and prevent future issues. Your dentist shares some good oral habits to add to your hygiene routine if you aren’t doing them already.

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