June, 2015


Dental Restorations: Get Your Smile Back!

It’s pretty much a fact of life that your teeth will sustain some kind of damage. Most of the time it is minor damage that simply comes as a result of aging and living a normal life. However, if you …



Implant Dentures: Best of Both Worlds

At Marineland Dental Care (in Kennewick, WA), we are big believers in second chances, especially when it comes to your teeth that have been lost due to injury, tooth decay, or disease (usually advanced periodontal disease, also known as periodontitis



Do You Know How to Avoid Tooth Loss?

Do you know someone who has suffered with tooth loss? If so, you’re probably familiar with the detrimental effects tooth loss can have on one’s quality of life. Tooth loss causes pain that is both physical and psychological:

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Enhancing Your Smile’s Appearance is Easy

When most people go to the dentist, it’s because they have something seriously wrong with their teeth that needs to be fixed, or they are trying to avoid a serious problem by taking advantage of our preventive dentistry options.

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Make Denture Slippage A Thing of the Past!

People lose their teeth for a lot of reasons, and it’s more common than you think. The ADA estimates that on average, American adults are missing, or about to lose, at least three teeth at some point. Whether your tooth …



Afraid of a Root Canal? Try Sedation Dentistry

If we did a “Person on the Street” interview and asked folks in Kennewick, WA what dental procedure worries them the most and causes them the most anxiety, we wouldn’t be surprised to see root canal at the top of …



Gum Disease Risk Factors

One of the biggest (but least discussed) public health issues today is periodontal or gum disease. It is very widespread, and it is the leading cause of tooth loss in the United States. The Centers for Disease Control and the …



Porcelain Dental Restorations

Would it surprise you to learn that your dentist at Marineland Dental Care uses technology that was invented 2,000 years ago? It’s true! That technology is porcelain, and today it is the best material for attractive and durable dental restorations, …


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