Sink Your Teeth Into a Smile Makeover

Twilight. True Blood. The Vampire Diaries. The vampire rage shows no sign of dying down anytime soon – and neither does the wish of some people to have their own set of fangs. Unless you exhibit some fairly obvious signs of vampirism, we won’t be creating any smile makeovers with pointy incisors – but what […]

  • Posted on: Oct 20 2011
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Baby Boomer Oral Health Goes Bust

There is good news and bad news for the baby boomer generation when it comes to the state of their oral health. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, baby boomers are the first generation where the majority will maintain their natural teeth over their entire lifetime, mainly thanks to fluoride toothpastes and […]

  • Posted on: Oct 13 2011
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Open Wide! October is National Dental Hygiene Month

How often do you brush? Floss? Get a teeth cleaning? The condition of your gums and teeth affects how involved your smile makeover will be. October is National Dental Hygiene Month. We will have an easier time creating your new grin if your oral health is in tip-top shape, plus it will be a less […]

  • Posted on: Oct 5 2011
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Fall Into a New Smile

It’s autumn, the leaves are changing, the air has a chill. How’s the state of your oral health? Holding strong or falling short? This is the time of year when people try to cling to summer just a little longer, refusing to put away the flip-flops or drag out the heavy sweaters. Does the same […]

  • Posted on: Sep 22 2011
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Unmarried? Single? Maybe It’s Your Smile

The third week in September is National Unmarried and Single Americans Week, and the condition of your smile can affect your chances of finding love. Like the Millionaire Matchmaker says, “Everyone wants love. But not everyone finds it.” We know one way that can exponentially improve your ability to find love – a smile makeover. […]

  • Posted on: Sep 14 2011
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Revamping the Middle-Aged Smile

Is middle-age chasing you down? Have your years done a number on your smile? As you age, it’s common to see signs of yellowing – and no amount of whitening treatments can truly make a dent. You may have old fillings that are wearing out, molars that are breaking, bad breath – it all adds […]

  • Posted on: Sep 8 2011
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Dentures Do More Harm Than Good

Do you feel like your face appears sunken in? Botox isn’t going to fix the problem – it’s those dentures that are aging your features. Wearing a denture accelerates bone loss. As a result, a denture-wearer’s dentures have to be relined to fit their mouth, leading to more bone loss. It’s an unfortunate cycle that […]

  • Posted on: Aug 26 2011
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Setting a Good Example for Your Kids

We stress good oral health to our kids day after day, asking them, “Did you brush your teeth? Did you floss?” But adults don’t necessarily maintain good oral habits of their own. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, close to one-third of all adults in the United States have untreated tooth decay. […]

  • Posted on: Aug 17 2011
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Scared of the Dentist?

One of the biggest excuses people have for avoiding necessary oral care is that they have a fear of the dentist. The result over time? Oral catastrophe. Here’s the thing – the longer you wait to get the dental care you need, the worse your oral health will get. Ultimately, you’ll reach a point where […]

  • Posted on: Aug 11 2011
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Has Soda Sabotaged Your Smile?

According to the American Dental Association, in the last 20 years, the consumption of soft drinks has increased 300 percent. Serving sizes have ballooned from 185 grams in the 1950s to 500 grams in the 1990s. Now that’s a lot of sugar – and a huge detriment to oral health. The average can of soda […]

  • Posted on: Jul 27 2011
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