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Teeth Whitening

If you have stained and discolored teeth and want your smile to be the whitest, brightest it can be, contact our office for Zoom Bleaching technique .. We know you will be thrilled with the results.




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Brush Regularly - Brushing keeps small food particles from becoming giant feasts for unwanted bacteria. If possible, brush a full two minutes. Divide the teeth into quadrants and spend at least 30 seconds on each quadrant. Use the sulcus technique, angling the bristles and gently inserting and cleaning underneath the gum line while you brush. If you are not sure how to do this, just ask the Dentists when you visit our office.
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Reduce the sugar intake - Tooth decay occurs when teeth are attacked by acid generated from dietary sugars. Acidic Drinks can also compound the problem.

To help combat decay, children and adults should be encouraged to eat non-sugary foods. Fruits, raw vegetables and savouries, such as cheese, are good alternatives to sugary snacks. The more often sugary foods are eaten the more dangers are presented to teeth as they undergo more periods of acid attacks.
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Regular Dental Visits - Visit the dentist and check-up every 6 months. With regular check-ups, a dentist can help prevent trouble before it even starts. Children too should attend the dentist regularly from the age of 2 to 2.5 onwards.

Crowns and Bridges

When decay in a tooth has become so advanced that large portions of the tooth must be removed, crowns are often used to restore the tooth. Crowns are also used to attach bridges. Bridges are natural-looking dental appliances that can replace a section of missing teeth.




1.
Brush Regularly - Brushing keeps small food particles from becoming giant feasts for unwanted bacteria. If possible, brush a full two minutes. Divide the teeth into quadrants and spend at least 30 seconds on each quadrant. Use the sulcus technique, angling the bristles and gently inserting and cleaning underneath the gum line while you brush. If you are not sure how to do this, just ask the Dentists when you visit our office.
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Reduce the sugar intake - Tooth decay occurs when teeth are attacked by acid generated from dietary sugars. Acidic Drinks can also compound the problem.

To help combat decay, children and adults should be encouraged to eat non-sugary foods. Fruits, raw vegetables and savouries, such as cheese, are good alternatives to sugary snacks. The more often sugary foods are eaten the more dangers are presented to teeth as they undergo more periods of acid attacks.
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Regular Dental Visits - Visit the dentist and check-up every 6 months. With regular check-ups, a dentist can help prevent trouble before it even starts. Children too should attend the dentist regularly from the age of 2 to 2.5 onwards.

Endodontics

No one really looks forward to one, but when and if you need one, know that I provide an excellent service to get it done as painlessly as possible.




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Brush Regularly - Brushing keeps small food particles from becoming giant feasts for unwanted bacteria. If possible, brush a full two minutes. Divide the teeth into quadrants and spend at least 30 seconds on each quadrant. Use the sulcus technique, angling the bristles and gently inserting and cleaning underneath the gum line while you brush. If you are not sure how to do this, just ask the Dentists when you visit our office.
2.

Reduce the sugar intake - Tooth decay occurs when teeth are attacked by acid generated from dietary sugars. Acidic Drinks can also compound the problem.

To help combat decay, children and adults should be encouraged to eat non-sugary foods. Fruits, raw vegetables and savouries, such as cheese, are good alternatives to sugary snacks. The more often sugary foods are eaten the more dangers are presented to teeth as they undergo more periods of acid attacks.
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Regular Dental Visits - Visit the dentist and check-up every 6 months. With regular check-ups, a dentist can help prevent trouble before it even starts. Children too should attend the dentist regularly from the age of 2 to 2.5 onwards.

Bonding

Bonding is a process in which an enamel-like material is applied to a tooth`s surface, sculpted to an ideal shape, hardened, and then polished for an ideal smile. This procedure usually can be accomplished in a single visit.




1.
Brush Regularly - Brushing keeps small food particles from becoming giant feasts for unwanted bacteria. If possible, brush a full two minutes. Divide the teeth into quadrants and spend at least 30 seconds on each quadrant. Use the sulcus technique, angling the bristles and gently inserting and cleaning underneath the gum line while you brush. If you are not sure how to do this, just ask the Dentists when you visit our office.
2.

Reduce the sugar intake - Tooth decay occurs when teeth are attacked by acid generated from dietary sugars. Acidic Drinks can also compound the problem.

To help combat decay, children and adults should be encouraged to eat non-sugary foods. Fruits, raw vegetables and savouries, such as cheese, are good alternatives to sugary snacks. The more often sugary foods are eaten the more dangers are presented to teeth as they undergo more periods of acid attacks.
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Regular Dental Visits - Visit the dentist and check-up every 6 months. With regular check-ups, a dentist can help prevent trouble before it even starts. Children too should attend the dentist regularly from the age of 2 to 2.5 onwards.

Dentures

A denture is a removable replacement for missing teeth and adjacent tissues. It is made of acrylic resin, sometimes in combination with various metals.




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Brush Regularly - Brushing keeps small food particles from becoming giant feasts for unwanted bacteria. If possible, brush a full two minutes. Divide the teeth into quadrants and spend at least 30 seconds on each quadrant. Use the sulcus technique, angling the bristles and gently inserting and cleaning underneath the gum line while you brush. If you are not sure how to do this, just ask the Dentists when you visit our office.
2.

Reduce the sugar intake - Tooth decay occurs when teeth are attacked by acid generated from dietary sugars. Acidic Drinks can also compound the problem.

To help combat decay, children and adults should be encouraged to eat non-sugary foods. Fruits, raw vegetables and savouries, such as cheese, are good alternatives to sugary snacks. The more often sugary foods are eaten the more dangers are presented to teeth as they undergo more periods of acid attacks.
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Regular Dental Visits - Visit the dentist and check-up every 6 months. With regular check-ups, a dentist can help prevent trouble before it even starts. Children too should attend the dentist regularly from the age of 2 to 2.5 onwards.

White Fillings

Composite or "white" fillings have long since played a more esthetic option to silver fillings. Composite fillings are simply a plastic that requires light activation to allow the material to harden in place.




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Brush Regularly - Brushing keeps small food particles from becoming giant feasts for unwanted bacteria. If possible, brush a full two minutes. Divide the teeth into quadrants and spend at least 30 seconds on each quadrant. Use the sulcus technique, angling the bristles and gently inserting and cleaning underneath the gum line while you brush. If you are not sure how to do this, just ask the Dentists when you visit our office.
2.

Reduce the sugar intake - Tooth decay occurs when teeth are attacked by acid generated from dietary sugars. Acidic Drinks can also compound the problem.

To help combat decay, children and adults should be encouraged to eat non-sugary foods. Fruits, raw vegetables and savouries, such as cheese, are good alternatives to sugary snacks. The more often sugary foods are eaten the more dangers are presented to teeth as they undergo more periods of acid attacks.
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Regular Dental Visits - Visit the dentist and check-up every 6 months. With regular check-ups, a dentist can help prevent trouble before it even starts. Children too should attend the dentist regularly from the age of 2 to 2.5 onwards.

Implants

Dental implants are a great way to replace missing teeth and also provide a fixed solution to having removable partial or complete dentures. Implants provide excellent support and stability for these dental appliances.




1.
Brush Regularly - Brushing keeps small food particles from becoming giant feasts for unwanted bacteria. If possible, brush a full two minutes. Divide the teeth into quadrants and spend at least 30 seconds on each quadrant. Use the sulcus technique, angling the bristles and gently inserting and cleaning underneath the gum line while you brush. If you are not sure how to do this, just ask the Dentists when you visit our office.
2.

Reduce the sugar intake - Tooth decay occurs when teeth are attacked by acid generated from dietary sugars. Acidic Drinks can also compound the problem.

To help combat decay, children and adults should be encouraged to eat non-sugary foods. Fruits, raw vegetables and savouries, such as cheese, are good alternatives to sugary snacks. The more often sugary foods are eaten the more dangers are presented to teeth as they undergo more periods of acid attacks.
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Regular Dental Visits - Visit the dentist and check-up every 6 months. With regular check-ups, a dentist can help prevent trouble before it even starts. Children too should attend the dentist regularly from the age of 2 to 2.5 onwards.

Veneers

Veneers are simply porcelain lenses that don't contain any metal and are fixed to your teeth with an adhesive.




1.
Brush Regularly - Brushing keeps small food particles from becoming giant feasts for unwanted bacteria. If possible, brush a full two minutes. Divide the teeth into quadrants and spend at least 30 seconds on each quadrant. Use the sulcus technique, angling the bristles and gently inserting and cleaning underneath the gum line while you brush. If you are not sure how to do this, just ask the Dentists when you visit our office.
2.

Reduce the sugar intake - Tooth decay occurs when teeth are attacked by acid generated from dietary sugars. Acidic Drinks can also compound the problem.

To help combat decay, children and adults should be encouraged to eat non-sugary foods. Fruits, raw vegetables and savouries, such as cheese, are good alternatives to sugary snacks. The more often sugary foods are eaten the more dangers are presented to teeth as they undergo more periods of acid attacks.
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Regular Dental Visits - Visit the dentist and check-up every 6 months. With regular check-ups, a dentist can help prevent trouble before it even starts. Children too should attend the dentist regularly from the age of 2 to 2.5 onwards.

Periodontics

If you have active periodontal disease, it’s necessary to remove bacterial toxins, plaque and tarter from the root surfaces through periodontal scaling and root planning. For your comfort, the area will usually be numbed and may take several sessions.




1.
Brush Regularly - Brushing keeps small food particles from becoming giant feasts for unwanted bacteria. If possible, brush a full two minutes. Divide the teeth into quadrants and spend at least 30 seconds on each quadrant. Use the sulcus technique, angling the bristles and gently inserting and cleaning underneath the gum line while you brush. If you are not sure how to do this, just ask the Dentists when you visit our office.
2.

Reduce the sugar intake - Tooth decay occurs when teeth are attacked by acid generated from dietary sugars. Acidic Drinks can also compound the problem.

To help combat decay, children and adults should be encouraged to eat non-sugary foods. Fruits, raw vegetables and savouries, such as cheese, are good alternatives to sugary snacks. The more often sugary foods are eaten the more dangers are presented to teeth as they undergo more periods of acid attacks.
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Regular Dental Visits - Visit the dentist and check-up every 6 months. With regular check-ups, a dentist can help prevent trouble before it even starts. Children too should attend the dentist regularly from the age of 2 to 2.5 onwards.

Sealants

Sealants are a white or clear plastic that covers the grooves in your back teeth to prevent the buildup of plaque. These deep grooves are very difficult to clean, and sealants help prevent enamel breakdown and cavities.




1.
Brush Regularly - Brushing keeps small food particles from becoming giant feasts for unwanted bacteria. If possible, brush a full two minutes. Divide the teeth into quadrants and spend at least 30 seconds on each quadrant. Use the sulcus technique, angling the bristles and gently inserting and cleaning underneath the gum line while you brush. If you are not sure how to do this, just ask the Dentists when you visit our office.
2.

Reduce the sugar intake - Tooth decay occurs when teeth are attacked by acid generated from dietary sugars. Acidic Drinks can also compound the problem.

To help combat decay, children and adults should be encouraged to eat non-sugary foods. Fruits, raw vegetables and savouries, such as cheese, are good alternatives to sugary snacks. The more often sugary foods are eaten the more dangers are presented to teeth as they undergo more periods of acid attacks.
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Regular Dental Visits - Visit the dentist and check-up every 6 months. With regular check-ups, a dentist can help prevent trouble before it even starts. Children too should attend the dentist regularly from the age of 2 to 2.5 onwards.

Extractions

Extraction may be recommended for cases of tooth fractures below the gumline, severe tooth decay, impacted wisdom teeth, crowded primary teeth and advanced gum disease. Scaling and Root Planing.




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Brush Regularly - Brushing keeps small food particles from becoming giant feasts for unwanted bacteria. If possible, brush a full two minutes. Divide the teeth into quadrants and spend at least 30 seconds on each quadrant. Use the sulcus technique, angling the bristles and gently inserting and cleaning underneath the gum line while you brush. If you are not sure how to do this, just ask the Dentists when you visit our office.
2.

Reduce the sugar intake - Tooth decay occurs when teeth are attacked by acid generated from dietary sugars. Acidic Drinks can also compound the problem.

To help combat decay, children and adults should be encouraged to eat non-sugary foods. Fruits, raw vegetables and savouries, such as cheese, are good alternatives to sugary snacks. The more often sugary foods are eaten the more dangers are presented to teeth as they undergo more periods of acid attacks.
3.
Regular Dental Visits - Visit the dentist and check-up every 6 months. With regular check-ups, a dentist can help prevent trouble before it even starts. Children too should attend the dentist regularly from the age of 2 to 2.5 onwards.

Pediatric Dentistry

Pediatric dentistry is a dentistry specialty that covers   preventive and oral health care treatments for children al through their adolescence.




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Brush Regularly - Brushing keeps small food particles from becoming giant feasts for unwanted bacteria. If possible, brush a full two minutes. Divide the teeth into quadrants and spend at least 30 seconds on each quadrant. Use the sulcus technique, angling the bristles and gently inserting and cleaning underneath the gum line while you brush. If you are not sure how to do this, just ask the Dentists when you visit our office.
2.

Reduce the sugar intake - Tooth decay occurs when teeth are attacked by acid generated from dietary sugars. Acidic Drinks can also compound the problem.

To help combat decay, children and adults should be encouraged to eat non-sugary foods. Fruits, raw vegetables and savouries, such as cheese, are good alternatives to sugary snacks. The more often sugary foods are eaten the more dangers are presented to teeth as they undergo more periods of acid attacks.
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Regular Dental Visits - Visit the dentist and check-up every 6 months. With regular check-ups, a dentist can help prevent trouble before it even starts. Children too should attend the dentist regularly from the age of 2 to 2.5 onwards.

Emergency Care

No one should suffer through constant, excruciating pain, so we are available to assist you if oral pain becomes too much to handle.




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Brush Regularly - Brushing keeps small food particles from becoming giant feasts for unwanted bacteria. If possible, brush a full two minutes. Divide the teeth into quadrants and spend at least 30 seconds on each quadrant. Use the sulcus technique, angling the bristles and gently inserting and cleaning underneath the gum line while you brush. If you are not sure how to do this, just ask the Dentists when you visit our office.
2.

Reduce the sugar intake - Tooth decay occurs when teeth are attacked by acid generated from dietary sugars. Acidic Drinks can also compound the problem.

To help combat decay, children and adults should be encouraged to eat non-sugary foods. Fruits, raw vegetables and savouries, such as cheese, are good alternatives to sugary snacks. The more often sugary foods are eaten the more dangers are presented to teeth as they undergo more periods of acid attacks.
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Regular Dental Visits - Visit the dentist and check-up every 6 months. With regular check-ups, a dentist can help prevent trouble before it even starts. Children too should attend the dentist regularly from the age of 2 to 2.5 onwards.

Wisdom Teeth

Third molars, also called wisdom teeth, are the last set of permanent teeth to erupt in a person's mouth and are the ones least needed for good dental health.Surgery to remove wisdom teeth is typically the best course of action.




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Brush Regularly - Brushing keeps small food particles from becoming giant feasts for unwanted bacteria. If possible, brush a full two minutes. Divide the teeth into quadrants and spend at least 30 seconds on each quadrant. Use the sulcus technique, angling the bristles and gently inserting and cleaning underneath the gum line while you brush. If you are not sure how to do this, just ask the Dentists when you visit our office.
2.

Reduce the sugar intake - Tooth decay occurs when teeth are attacked by acid generated from dietary sugars. Acidic Drinks can also compound the problem.

To help combat decay, children and adults should be encouraged to eat non-sugary foods. Fruits, raw vegetables and savouries, such as cheese, are good alternatives to sugary snacks. The more often sugary foods are eaten the more dangers are presented to teeth as they undergo more periods of acid attacks.
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Regular Dental Visits - Visit the dentist and check-up every 6 months. With regular check-ups, a dentist can help prevent trouble before it even starts. Children too should attend the dentist regularly from the age of 2 to 2.5 onwards.

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