Save Money as a New Patient

People get really excited for a good deal! So do we, which is why we love our initial patient price, and we think you will, too! There’s nothing like walking into a medical office for the first time and feeling like you are just handing over your wallet. We decided to do things differently at Marineland so that patients coming in could focus their attention on the exam itself and what it might ...

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We Have Options For Replacing Your Old Gold Filling

When you come in for your routine cleaning and exam, we are looking at many things. We check the health of your gums and teeth, but we are also looking at old restorations that might be in need of some repairs. If you have old fillings, we want to check to make sure those fillings are still holding strong. When they aren’t, it’s time to consider replacing them with a new filling! Through ...

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Three Benefits of Dentures with Implants

We love restoring your smile from nothing into something you can be proud of. It’s one of our favorite parts of this job! When you are without teeth, or nearing that time, it’s good to know that we have reliable, restorative options available for you. One of our favorites is dentures with implants. We’ve put together a list of three reasons why we love this restoration! 1. No Artificial ...

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Partial Dentures Can Fill the Gaps

A missing tooth is one thing, but missing teeth is a whole new ballgame! Anytime your smile is not complete, we want to do things to correct the problem, but missing several teeth is especially difficult for your oral health. At this point, you are beyond a dental bridge as an option. Dental implants are available, but not an option for every patient. We need to turn to something that can hold ...

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Crowns Can Change the Look of Your Smile

Through very different circumstances, we see patients all the time who are in need of complete restoration of their mouth. Often, it is a result of neglect that has led to decay and infection in the mouth. When this happens, the smile is ruined, but that doesn’t mean that the patient has to live that way for the rest of his life. With the ability to use dental crowns, we can repair a smile back ...

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Take Care of Your Toothbrush After an Illness

After you’ve had an illness, like the flu or strep throat, the last thing on your mind is your toothbrush! You’re just trying to get back to normal. The problem is that your toothbrush is the very thing that can keep you from feeling normal! Germs can live on your toothbrush between brushings, which means you could reinfect yourself the next time you brush! Follow these guidelines below to ...

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Have a Peaceful Extraction Procedure

When a tooth reaches a point that it is no longer viable, it is time to remove it. Sure, you’ve probably seen tons of extractions in movies and on television that make you nervous. The idea of allowing someone to remove a part of your body should make you a little nervous, but you should also be able to overcome those nerves and know that you’ll be comfortable during the entire procedure! ...

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Has Poor Dental Care Lead to an Increase in the American Cosmetic Dental Industry?

According to IBIS World research, the United States cosmetic dental industry generates an estimated $4 billion in revenue from an estimated 5,847 American dental cosmetic clinics. Moreover, IBIS World estimates that the cosmetic dental industry will grow by 1.8% annually in the U.S. But what is causing this success? Why are cosmetic dental procedures so common? The popularity of cosmetic dental ...

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Pay Attention While You Brush

You are the best person to keep an eye on things going on in your mouth. When you come in for an exam, we will be looking for things, too, but you might notice something in between visits that needs to be seen right away! Don’t hesitate to let us know if you see something out of the ordinary, and we can help you decide if you need to schedule an appointment, or wait until your next cleaning. ...

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Could Genes Be to Blame for Your “Bad” Teeth?

When you set-up your appointment for a six-month cleaning and exam, what do you expect to hear as you sit in our chair? Do you hear good news, or are your exams riddled with talk of cavities and fillings? It can be frustrating to take great care of your teeth, but still hear bad news at the dentist. With new research into the human genome, we are finding out more about how your genetics are ...

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