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Get That Smile Makeover Through Cosmetic Dentistry

First impressions count. During a job interview, a corporate presentation, or a romantic date, your smile can either put you in a bad position or work to your advantage. Based on a study by the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry, 99.7% or almost all adults believe that a person’s smile is a great social asset while 74% feel that an unattractive one can negatively affect an individual’s ...

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Denture-Retention Implants: The Best Way to Secure Lower Dentures

Dentures can affect and change your life significantly. The way you eat, talk, and socialize may totally be different compared to when you had your real set of teeth still intact. There can be a lot of problems connected to dentures that make life difficult for people who use them. A common complaint is about the lower dentures and how it easily dislodges in the mouth. The solution: ...

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Avoid Heart Health Problems by Keeping Gum Disease in Check

Who would have thought that poor oral and dental hygiene can lead to heart ailments, but this is actually what statistics indicate.  Although the direct association has not yet been fully established, studies show that periodontal disease, or gum disease, increases the risk of heart disease, with people with gum disease almost twice as likely to develop coronary artery disease. How Gum Disease ...

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Veneers: A Naturally Looking Smile

Flash a naturally looking smile with veneers. Dental veneers are customized thin shells made of tooth-colored materials designed to improve the appearance of your front teeth. These thin shells are bonded to your teeth and modify their size, shape, color and length. Veneers are usually made from porcelain and composite resin materials. Most patients choose veneers because of its appearance, ...

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How to Prevent Periodontal Disease

How do you prevent gum disease? This is one of the most common questions we hear from our patients. Sadly, the realization only emerges after the condition becomes worse. Periodontal or gum disease is an inflammatory disease of the gum and tissue that surrounds and supports the teeth. If left untreated, it will lead to tooth loss. Periodontal disease is categorized into to two: Gingivitis and ...

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Best Dental Care at Kennewick WA

Excellent dental care is within your reach. Our Kennewick WA dentist offers high-quality dental service, cutting-edge technology, exceptional patient care and cost-effective treatment for your and your family. Dr. Walter Hadley handles general, family and cosmetic dentistry for a healthy and beautiful smile. Our Services At Marineland Dental Care, we offer a wide range of services such as ...

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How to Make Gold Fillings Work

Gold fillings are highly durable and long lasting. Despite the high cost, golden fillings don't corrode like other types of fillings and are safe, with very low toxicity levels. However, some people shy away from gold fillings because of the obvious look, the expense and the procedure involved. Gold dental fillings require at least two sessions to be placed. The bright color is also difficult to ...

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When It’s Time to See Your Dentist

Most people only visit their dentists when pain and discomfort becomes unbearable. Unfortunately, it may be too late by this time. Instead of waiting for a tiny cavity to turn into a crater, visit your dentist at least twice a year or more frequently if you get a lot of cavities. Preventive dental care saves your teeth and keeps you from spending a lot of money on dental work later on. Some ...

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Prevent Childhood Tooth Decay

The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry reports that tooth decay is the number one childhood disease. According to the same study, cavities are 20 times more common than diabetes, 5 times more common than asthma and 4 times more common than obesity. Causes of Tooth Decay Children are prone to cavities because they tend to consume sugary foods and drinks (milk, juice, soda, sweets) ...

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The Pros and Cons of Gold Dental Fillings

A number of patients insist on having gold dental fillings because of the benefits. Gold fillings are durable, valuable and don't corrode despite normal wear and tear. However, golden fillings also come with some disadvantages. When deciding whether or not gold fillings are for you, consider the pros and cons. Pros The main advantage of gold fillings is durability. They can last anywhere from ...

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