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FAQs About Dental Crowns – Your Questions Answered!

According to the most recent data, only 65.5% of adults visited the dentist during one year. Dental visits are important because they help you learn about the state of your oral health and how you can improve it if needed. Dental education should include learning about your oral health as well as dental procedures in case…

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8 Benefits of Taking Your Family to a Local Family Dentist

63% of adults had a dental visit in the last year. 86.9% of children did as well. A family dentist has enough training and knowledge to handle both. They can take you and your children in to handle almost any dental issues you may have. These professionals can be lifesavers that also save time and money, especially…

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What to Expect During a Dental Checkup for Children

The CDC recently released statistics that 80% of children between one and 17 years old scheduled a dental checkup in the past twelve months. This is unfortunate because all children should visit the dentist every six months. Dental appointments are important not only for preventative care but they identify issues so the dentist can fix them…

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How to Prepare for Your Child’s First Dental Visit

Visiting the dentist can be an intimidating experience for a child who has never done it before. This is only natural, as the child has no idea what to expect. While it is important to visit the dentist, not every child does. About 13% of children in the United States do not go to the dentist…

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Dental Implant vs Root Canal: Which Do You Need?

From a young age, even children can get cavities on baby teeth. If cavities go too long, whether you’re an adult or child, it could lead to more serious problems.  You might need a root canal or dental implant for more serious complications, but which do you need? While it might feel overwhelming to decide…

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