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5 Tips for Avoiding a Dental Emergency

May 9, 2022

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woman brushing teeth to avoid dental emergency in Randolph

Whether you’re playing a sport or simply walking on the sidewalk, a dental emergency can happen when you least expect it. However, many urgent conditions develop slowly over time, meaning they can be treated before the complications worsen. Keep reading to learn five tips that can help reduce your risk of an emergency dental visit in the long run!


Can You Get Dental Implants After Menopause?

December 14, 2021

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woman grinning with dental implants after menopause

As many as 50 million women in the United States have experienced menopause. While this is a perfectly natural process, it leads to a host of changes throughout the body. In addition to the notorious hot flashes, menopause can also impact your dental health in ways you may not have considered. If you’ve gone through menopause and want to replace your missing teeth with dental implants, you might encounter difficulties that premenopausal women wouldn’t. Read on to learn whether it’s possible to get dental implants following menopause.


Are There Side Effects to Botox?

August 22, 2021

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woman receiving Botox

Are you considering an injectable solution to rid your face of fine lines and wrinkles? Want a solution that will give you a more youthful look without others thinking you’ve had “work done?” There is an endless array of benefits that come with age-defying treatments, but do you know about the potential Botox side effects? Read on to learn what you can do to address them and how you can feel confident that the benefits are well worth the investment.


Are Dental Implants Worth the Cost?

June 19, 2021

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Smiling woman, confident that dental implants are worth the cost

The cost of dental implants varies from practice to practice and from patient to patient. Typically, though, they cost thousands of dollars — perhaps even tens of thousands of dollars for people who require full mouth replacement. At a glance, they can seem extremely expensive! You might be inclined to reject the idea of getting them, especially if you already have dentures that work well for you. But are dental implants worth the cost? In most cases, the answer is a resounding yes. Let’s talk about why that is so.


5 Trends in Dentistry to Look Out for in the Next Decade

May 6, 2021

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dental technology tooth icon on screen

Our world is evolving rapidly thanks to advancements in technology, and it won’t be slowing down anytime soon. The dental industry is improving every day with ever-developing techniques, instruments, and technology to give patients better, more reliable care than ever before. Dentists and dental experts are continually trying to find new ways to make people’s lives easier, focusing on patient comfort and convenience. In the next decade, you can expect several new dental trends to emerge. Here are a few to look out for.


Asthma and Your Oral Health: What You Should Know

April 5, 2021

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Woman with asthma, may be at increased risk of gum disease

According to some estimates, roughly 235 million people around the world suffer from asthma. If you are among them, you are likely all too familiar with the inconveniences and struggles that come with your condition. Unfortunately, research has revealed yet another problem related to asthma: a heightened risk of gum disease. Let’s talk about the reason behind this issue and what you can do to protect your smile.


3 Reasons to Choose a Dentist for TMJ Treatment

March 13, 2021

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Woman with jaw pain, should visit dentist for TMJ therapy

When you suffer joint and muscle pain, your first instinct might be to schedule an appointment with your general care practitioner. That’s usually a good idea, but if your joint pain is primarily affecting your temporomandibular joint (TMJ), the joint that connects your lower jaw to the rest of your skull, you might be better off visiting a dentist instead. Let’s talk about why dentists are uniquely qualified to offer TMJ therapy.


Add a Healthier Smile to Your List of New Year’s Resolutions

December 22, 2020

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list of new year's resolutions

At the start of a new year, it’s common to hear phrases like, “new year, new you,” that encourage you to make a change for yourself for the better. Many people decide to exercise more, save more financially, or be more mindful of their diets, but have you considered adding having a healthier smile to your list of New Year’s resolutions? Here are a few ways you can start the new year off with a plan to take better care of your smile.


Why Dental Insurance Is Different from Medical Insurance

November 3, 2020

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cards and charts for medical and dental insurance

After starting a new job a few months ago, you were finally able to register for their insurance benefits program. You were so excited to start saving money on healthcare that you almost didn’t notice something a little unusual: your dental insurance is completely separate from your general medical insurance. Why is that? Since your mouth is a part of your body, then shouldn’t it be covered under medical insurance? Continue reading to find out why dental insurance differs, and how you can make the most of your benefits.


Can Cosmetic Dentistry Improve Your Career Success?

September 23, 2020

Filed under: Uncategorized — goldstein @ 7:00 pm
Business woman smiling at her desk

When preparing to look for a new job, tasks like updating your resume, organizing your references, and getting a new interview outfit may come to mind. But what if the key to your success is actually found in your smile? Decades of research have shown that whiter teeth can help you make a better first impression and take 10 years off your appearance, but recent findings suggest that it can also help you secure your dream job. Read on for the relationship between cosmetic dentistry and career success, as well as four cosmetic dental treatments to consider!

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