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How Do Dental Insurance Plans Work?

Posted on: Tuesday, May 8th, 2018

How do dental insurance plans really work? Figuring out Isn’t too hard! The time has come: You must  choose a dental plan. It could be for a variety of reasons  – you’re starting your own business, you’re starting a new job and need to have something to cover you and your family.  It may seem […]

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What should I expect at my dental visit?

Posted on: Wednesday, April 11th, 2018

What To Expect At A Dental Visit You’re looking for a dentist in Jacksonville and you need one quickly. Ideally, you’d like a family dentist in that area since you have other family members that you’d like to have seen, but right now you’re just looking for one for yourself. It may have been awhile […]

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A Family Dentist Could Be The One For You

Posted on: Tuesday, April 3rd, 2018

Families often ask themselves, “Should we all go to the same dentist?” They are talking about a family dentist. It might not entirely be feasible. Perhaps the parents have their own longtime dentist that they are reluctant to part ways with and that dentist doesn’t treat kids. They may just want to take their kids to a pediatric […]

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Is Dental Floss Still a Valid Method?

Posted on: Friday, March 2nd, 2018

When it comes to taking care of your teeth, the American Dental Association recommends brushing teeth at least twice per day with a toothpaste or dentifrice that contains fluoride. The fluoride helps to repair damaged tooth enamel. The American Dental Association also recommends that you use dental floss once daily to floss between all of […]

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What Can I Do For A Broken Tooth That Hurts?

Posted on: Wednesday, February 14th, 2018

Your teeth are made from some of the strongest materials in the human body, second only to the long bones in your arms and legs. Even though teeth are strong, they can break. A tooth that has had a cavity or that has been weakened by eroded enamel is easier to break. An impact to […]

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I Have a Toothache and This Tooth Hurts, What Should I Do

Posted on: Wednesday, January 31st, 2018

A toothache can happen to anyone at any time. When you wake up one morning or bite into your meal, you might think to yourself, “I have a toothache and this tooth hurts what should I do?” First and foremost, it is important to not panic. Your dentist is here to help you with a […]

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Should I Get a Dental Implant?

Posted on: Wednesday, January 3rd, 2018

When a person is missing one or more of his or her natural teeth, chewing can be difficult. The remaining teeth could shift out of their correct positions in the mouth, causing headaches and other oral health issues. Many people wonder, “Should I get a dental implant?”, and for almost every person who asks, the […]

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Meet Your Dentist

Posted on: Friday, December 15th, 2017

When you enter a new dentist office, you immediately observe what’s going on around you. You take notice of details that are appealing or quirks that aren’t quite so pleasant. This can go from the front desk receptionist to the decorations around. When you finally meet the new dentist, they’re usually quite friendly and you […]

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Best thing to do before a dentist appointment

Posted on: Tuesday, December 5th, 2017

When you visit the dentist, a little bit of pressure builds up. You want your mouth to be the best it can be and, hopefully, show your dentist that you’ve been diligent in taking their advice. However, most of the time, you’re squeezing in a dentist appointment between a work meeting and a hurried lunch, […]

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Best methods for teeth whitening

Posted on: Thursday, November 16th, 2017

What is the best method for teeth whitening and how can I maintain a whitening after seeing the dentist? When you smile, you might see that your teeth are not the pearly white color like you see in magazines and on television. As you get older, a little of the enamel erodes from the surface […]

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