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Wondering How Long It Takes to Make A CEREC Crown?

May 2, 2022

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Dentist crafting a CEREC crown using a CEREC machine.

Modern restorative dentistry is incredible! There are now so many ways to repair and revitalize compromised teeth, and among those methods are CEREC crowns. This special technology allows your dentist to give your smile a restoration that can last decades with good oral care. They’re also an excellent alternative to traditional crowns, mainly because of the expedited process! Here’s what you need to know about the CEREC crown process and the many benefits that this solution has to offer.

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4 Common Dental Emergency Procedures You Can Expect

March 7, 2022

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man with tooth pain in Burlington

A dental emergency can happen in many forms, including an injury to the mouth, a knocked-out tooth, or an unassuming toothache. While it might be unsettling or overwhelming, it could help to ease your concerns by knowing the typical procedures your dentist could perform. Keep reading to learn the four most common dental emergency treatments you can expect!

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5 New Year’s Resolutions for a Healthy Smile

December 8, 2021

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2022 New Year’s balloons

Are you unsatisfied with the state of your oral health? Do you wish that you had a more beautiful smile? If you answered “yes” to either of these questions, now is the time to do something about it! With new Year’s right around the corner, why not set a goal to take better care of your teeth over the next 365 days? Read on for five ideas for New Year’s resolutions that will hep you gain a healthy smile you’ll be proud to show off.

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How Can Dental Implants Help Me Live Longer?

October 4, 2021

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mature man smiling outdoors

If you’re familiar with dental implants, you’ve probably heard about how they can improve your smile. While that’s true, the bigger news might be that they can improve your life expectancy!

Tooth loss can lead to a lot of health issues, so it’s important to decide on some form of replacement sooner rather than later. Keep reading to learn how dental implants in Burlington can make a significant difference for you to live longer while looking good doing it.

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How Chewing on Ice Can Damage Your Smile

August 10, 2021

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woman chewing on ice cube

After finishing an ice-cold drink, do you like to chew on the leftover ice cubes? It’s a common habit that most people are guilty of, especially during the hot summer months. Unfortunately, chewing on ice is not as harmless as it may seem. You’ve probably been told to kick that habit to the curb, but are you having a hard time doing so? Read on to learn how it can damage your smile and a few alternatives so you can safely get your fix.

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4 Unique Benefits of Titanium Dental Implants

June 26, 2021

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a digital image of a dental implant and all its parts

When it comes to dental implants, there are many different brands, manufacturers, sizes, and materials. As a result, it can make a person wonder why certain ones are better than others. If you are suffering from tooth loss of any kind and are considering these permanent prosthetics to rebuild your smile, here are 4 unique benefits of titanium dental implants you may not have considered.

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Busting 5 Myths About Dental Implants

April 18, 2021

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Facts about dental implant mythsIf you have an incomplete smile, you have more options than ever to replace your missing teeth. As an alternative to traditional treatments, many people are choosing dental implants to fill the gaps, but are they right for you? In addition to their benefits, you’ve also likely heard several misconceptions about the procedure. Don’t let dental implant myths prevent you from enjoying the closest thing to your natural teeth. Here are the facts you need to make the best decision for your smile.

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A Healthy Heart Relies on a Healthy Smile

February 2, 2021

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heart illustration

When you first think about the month of February, you are probably focused on Valentine’s Day, but you have another reason to be thinking about your heart. This month is Heart Health Month! There is no better time for you to be learning about how your cardiovascular and oral health are related. In order to keep your heart in good shape, it is important that you are focused on your oral hygiene. Read on to learn about the relationship between your heart and your smile.

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How Many Bacteria Live in My Mouth?

January 7, 2021

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Oral bacteria under a microscope. You may not want to think about it, but did you know your mouth is home to bacteria? In fact, there are between 500 and 650 different species of oral bacteria in your mouth at any given time. Although the thought might make you cringe, not all bacteria are bad. Some are influential to a healthy smile; however, it’s important to maintain a balance between the beneficial and harmful species in your mouth. Here’s what you need to know to keep your teeth and gums healthy.

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How to Keep Your Child’s Teeth Healthy During Cold and Flu Season

December 30, 2020

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Two children blowing their nose

As a parent, it can be heart-wrenching to see your little one struggling with a stuffy nose, nasty cough, and body aches. However, between cough syrups, relaxed oral hygiene routine, and everything else that comes with a typically sick day, their oral health may take a serious hit. To prevent that from happening, here are a few practices to abide by this cold and flu season!

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