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  • Perfect Your Smile with Cosmetic Dentistry

    Perfect Your Smile with Cosmetic Dentistry

    Perfect Your Smile with Cosmetic Dentistry

    A flawless smile has the power to make a person feel invincible, or at least a lot more attractive! If your teeth are discolored, crooked, missing, or unsightly in some other way, you probably don’t feel

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  • The Diet for a Brighter Smile

    The Diet for a Brighter Smile

    Your smile is the first thing people notice; why not make it worth appreciating? It is imperative to have a healthy mouth in order to have a healthy body. And eating the right kind of food is an additional benefit to the dental care. Many nutrients, including vitamin C, vit

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  • Life with Braces: Caring for Your Smile During Orthodontic Treatment

    Life with Braces: Caring for Your Smile During Orthodontic Treatment

    It’s true: When you have braces, you have to take extra care of your smile. Orthodontic treatment involves strategically and gradually shifting your teeth into a more desirable place using a dental appliance so that they appear straighter at the end of treatment. While or

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  • Botox in Dentistry

    Botox in Dentistry

    When you think of Botox the first thing that usually comes to mind is smoother, younger looking skin and fewer fine lines. You may wonder what any of this has to do with dentistry. The truth is Botox has a long history of therapeutic uses. In fact, the treatment was not origin

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  • 3 DIY Ways to Whiten Your Teeth

    3 DIY Ways to Whiten Your Teeth

    Is it that time of the year when you have to be photo ready but you are too shy to let duller teeth be exposed in the photo? With spring break at your doorstep, it is a great time to whiten your teeth and achieve a flawless smile. With very less time on hand to book an appoint

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  • The History of Dentistry

    The History of Dentistry

    What we know as dentistry today has been practiced for much longer than many people think. In fact, the dental tools we’ve come to recognize were first used as early as the Stone Age! Of course, with advances in technology, such tools–and the practice of dentistry itse

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