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Blog   •   August 18, 2020

Opt For A Smile Makeover With Porcelain Veneers

More and more people are opting for cosmetic dentistry procedures to give themselves the perfect white smile. Over the last few years, the cosmetic dentistry industry has shown terrific growth, particularly in terms of using advanced technology for enhancing one’s natural teeth and making smiles more appealing. Among the use of advanced technology, dental veneers […]

Blog   •   July 28, 2020

4 Ways To Protect Yourself From Cavities

Tooth cavities, also known as tooth decay, are small holes that appear on a tooth’s surface. These holes start as tiny spots but can grow large gradually if left untreated. Dental cavities generally do not cause any pain or discomfort to a person, so realizing that a cavity is there can be difficult. Plaque, a […]

Common Risk Factors of Oral Cancer

Oral cancer is a severe disease, which can cause serious complications like death. The worst part about oral cancer, just like most other forms of cancer, is the fact that you don’t get to spot the symptoms until it’s too late. Thus, it’s important to avoid risk factors to prevent oral cancer altogether. If you […]

Blog   •   June 3, 2020

Know The 4 Stages of Gum Disease

Periodontal (gum) disease has plagued humans since the beginning of human history. And while dental health has improved significantly over the years, the facts remain clear that millions of Americans suffer from gum disease and probably don’t even know they ‘re having a problem. This is because most often periodontal disease occurs without signs or indications […]

Cleaning & Prevention, Periodontal Therapy   •   June 3, 2020

A Healthy Smile Can Protect Your Heart

The health of one body part can substantially influence the health of another body part. When it comes to keeping the heart healthy, very few people would think that maintaining a healthy smile would be related. However, strong connections have been established between your oral health and your overall health, especially your heart. While many […]