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Is My Child Too Young for Cosmetic Dentistry?

July 8, 2023

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Smiling teenage boyFew people have perfect teeth naturally, including children. Not to mention, oral hygiene habits and other issues can affect the appearance of a smile. The teen years are difficult enough without worrying about unattractive teeth. You can give your child the boost of confidence they need with cosmetic dentistry. Although every situation differs, many treatments are appropriate for children and teenagers.


4 Reasons to See Your Dentist Before Summer Vacation

June 7, 2023

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person on summer vacation smiling on a beach

As you gear up for your upcoming adventure, it’s essential to ensure that your dental health is in top shape. Before you embark on your trip, there are several compelling reasons to schedule a visit to your dentist. This can contribute to a worry-free vacation, allowing you to fully enjoy your time away. Continue reading as explore four reasons why a pre-vacation dental visit should be on your to-do list.


Finding a Good Cosmetic Dentist Near Me

May 9, 2023

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patient talking to their dentist

If you have a cosmetic treatment that you’re interested in, the most important thing you can do to ensure its success is to find a dentist you can trust. Of course, that’s easier said than done—for every decent dentist who genuinely cares, there are two who are just looking to collect a paycheck.

If you’re looking to find a cosmetic dentist, here are some things that you can look for to help you.


3Common Cosmetic Dental Flaws & How to Fix Them

April 14, 2023

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person who had cosmetic dental flaws fixed smiling

It’s common for individuals to desire changes to their smile, such as addressing gaps, misalignment, or discoloration. Luckily, cosmetic dentistry can correct these concerns. Cosmetic dentistry refers to dental procedures aimed at improving the appearance of a person’s teeth and gums to enhance your smile. Continue reading as we explore three common cosmetic dental flaws as well as the treatments available to remedy them.


How To: Make Dental Care Fun for Your Kids

March 16, 2023

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Family smiling while brushing their teeth together

Does your little one drag their feet, complain, or do anything they can to avoid brushing and flossing their teeth? Remember, oral hygiene doesn’t have to be boring. On the contrary, it should be fun, especially for children! If you’re unsure where to start, don’t worry – here’s how you can make dental care fun for your kids.


Busted! 4 Common Myths about Gum Disease

January 6, 2023

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a woman revealing her inflamed gums

Oral health is oftentimes just thought of as taking care of your pearly whites, but there’s more to it than that! Your gums cover the bones of your mouth and teeth, as well as provide a protective barrier against bacteria. By maintaining a consistent dental routine (like brushing and flossing), you can protect both your teeth and gums. It’s important to not neglect any signs of gum (periodontal) disease by believing it isn’t that big of a deal. Your dentist is here to bust four myths about gum disease so that misconceptions about it never will keep you from the healthiest smile possible!


5 New Year’s Resolutions for a Healthier Smile

December 7, 2022

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a group of people with healthy smiles at New Year's eve

As the new year draws closer, many people take the last few weeks of December to think about what they would like to improve in the coming months. In fact, it’s estimated that about 50% of Americans make resolutions. Oftentimes, these goals are related to your physical well-being. Why not include your oral health, too? If you would like a healthier, happier smile in 2023, here are five resolutions to help you achieve one!


Are “Bad Teeth” Something That Can Run in the Family?

November 11, 2022

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Bad teeth that run in the family

Have you ever heard the expression “runs in the family”? It refers to how certain traits people have — physical, mental, etc. — are strongly influenced by genetics. For instance, things like hair color, body size, and facial structure can be inherited from your parents. Now, if you find yourself asking, “Can bad teeth run in the family?”, the answer is yes. To prove it, your Marlton dentist is here with the evidence. Read on to learn how dental health issues can be hereditary.


Here’s How to Prevent Dental Emergencies This Back-to-School Season

September 15, 2022

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Young girl smiling while sitting in classroom

Is your little one back in school? Naturally, you want this upcoming semester to go as smoothly as possible. That way, they can focus on the important things, like learning as much as they can and forming strong friendships with their peers. Sadly, a painful toothache or knocked-out tooth can throw a temporary wrench in that plan. So, you want to prevent dental emergencies from happening in the first place. Read on for a few tips to help!


What Should I Do If I Lose a Dental Crown?

August 2, 2022

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Cartoon image of a tooth wearing a dental crown.

Dental emergencies can happen when you least expect them to; and they often happen when it’s least convenient! However, there are also varying degrees of dental emergencies, and something like a lost dental crown is usually not as urgent as a displaced tooth. That said, how should you approach a lost dental crown—is rushing to your emergency dentist the correct move? Here’s more from your dentist about what causes crowns to fall out and what you should do if you find yourself in that situation.

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