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Do I Need A General Dentist?

Posted on: Wednesday, August 23rd, 2017

Every family in America should have a general dentist ready for 6 month check ups and general oral health. Similar to how we have a general family doctor, a family dentist should become your go to any time you have questions regarding your teeth and oral health. What is Dentistry? The term “dentistry” is examining, […]

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How does my dentist know I need a crown?

Posted on: Monday, August 14th, 2017

Unfortunately, many of us have had that painful experience of biting down and hearing a cracking noise from our teeth.  This can not only be unpleasant and scary, but also quite painful.  Unfortunately, this also tends to happen at the most inopportune times.  It is important to have the tooth looked at right away, to […]

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What Does a Family Dentist Do?

Posted on: Friday, August 4th, 2017

a dentist for all generations

Your family has a primary care or general practitioner as a doctor, and you might even be able to say you’ve known your doctor since you were a baby. However, why don’t most families have general dentists? The health of your teeth and gums is a precursor to the health of the rest of your […]

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Do Dental Crows Hurt?

Posted on: Thursday, July 27th, 2017

We create dental crowns in office

We feel it when we bite down on that pizza crust a little too hard. That tender pain that sends a groaning wave throughout our body. You feel that one tooth become the epicenter of discomfort and pain, and you know it’s time to get a dental crown. However, the first thing you start doing […]

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Giving Teeth Cleaning A New Meaning!

Posted on: Friday, June 30th, 2017

Many of us have heard our dentists, family members and peers tell us how important it is to have biannual dental cleanings and checkups.  However, aside for having our teeth and gums feel fresh, very few people know the true reason why this is so important.  Just like you would visit your primary care physician […]

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Family Dentist Jacksonville

Posted on: Wednesday, June 28th, 2017

Keep Smiles All In The Family   When we think of our appearance, we often think about our clothing, our hair, our makeup and even our footwear and handbags.  However, very few of us think about our oral hygiene and the impression it makes on the outside world.  Ivory Dental believes in keeping smiles healthy […]

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What Is Novocain?

Posted on: Monday, June 19th, 2017

Gentle dentistry

When we are having any type of dental procedure, we all ask one common question “Will there be Novocain?”  Novocain is a very famous local anesthetic used in dental offices worldwide, for many generations.  Although some of us may fear it’s injectible form, we are often relieved to hear our dentist tell us that we […]

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How do I know whether I need a crown or an Implant

Posted on: Monday, May 22nd, 2017

There are many options available to patients who are in need of tooth replacement.  Different procedure offer different pros and cons and many factors depend on the individual.  Ivory Dental has been placing both crowns and implants for many years and has changed the lives of many patients by returning both functionality and aesthetics of […]

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Are Sealants Valuable?

Posted on: Tuesday, May 9th, 2017

sealants for children's teeth

Applying dental sealants to the teeth can prevent costly dental visits and cavities in the future. Research shows that children from low income neighborhoods and families do not visit dentists for regular checkups and cleanings, as compared to the average American child.  The most common diagnosis which these children face is cavities.  This is because […]

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Take Care of Your Teeth Like Mom Always Said

Posted on: Tuesday, April 25th, 2017

Take care of your dental health for Mother's Day

This Mothers’ Day, do what mom always told you… Mothers are always after their children to take better care of their teeth because, someday, it will make a difference for better or for worse. And, mom was right in many ways. Damaged teeth due to injury, or poor oral care can leave one without much […]

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