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Invisalign: Frequently Asked Questions

If your smile makes you feel older than your years, then the Invisalign clear aligner trays may provide the youthful rejuvenation you want. Beautifully aligned teeth can boost your self-confidence and your self-esteem, and you’ll smile more often. Everyone knows that a beautiful smile makes you look younger, so if you’re interested in learning more about Invisalign, then call our…

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The Ten Most Common Signs of Sleep Apnea

Statistics indicate that about 22 million people in the U.S. suffer from sleep apnea, and that number doesn’t include the cases of severe and moderate sleep apnea. If you suffer from sleep apnea or if you think you do, then contact your dentist for an appointment. Although sleep apnea sometimes has a physical component, the disease can be diagnosed and…

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Are Cracked Teeth on the Rise?

According to The New York Times, many dentists are reporting a sharp increase in the number of cases of cracked and broken teeth among their patients. The culprit in these cases may be stress related to the coronavirus pandemic. Many families and individuals have experienced added anxiety and stress related to fears about contracting COVID-19, new restrictions related to the…

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Dental Care Basics

Did you know that your oral health can have a significant impact on your overall health? Taking care of your teeth and gums can reduce your risk of developing conditions like cardiovascular disease, pneumonia and various types of cancers. This means that it’s important that you visit a dental health care professional on a regular basis, as well as establish…

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Are Dental Implants Right for You?

Statistics from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention show that more than 50% of adults aged 20 to 64 have lost at least one tooth. More than 65% of those between 40 and 64 have lost one or more teeth. In addition, almost 20% of seniors over 65 have lost all of their teeth. Dental implants might be a…

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Gingivitis: Symptoms and Causes in Philadelphia

Have you seen some blood on your gums or floss while performing your daily dental hygiene routine? Have you or someone else noticed that your breath isn’t as fresh as it should be? In either case, these are signs that you could have gingivitis, the initial stage of periodontal disease or gum disease. Continue reading for more information about the…

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We Offer Affordable Emergency Dental Services at Our Walk-in Dental Clinic Near Philadelphia

If you have a severe toothache, an infection of the teeth or gums, or a visibly damaged tooth, it is essential to find treatment as quickly as possible to alleviate the pain and prevent infection or other serious complications. A dental emergency rarely happens at a convenient time, which means that waiting to see your normal dentist may not be…

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An Expert Guide to Removable Braces

Forget the metal braces of the past and discover the next generation of orthodontics with removable, invisible braces. See how this new option has made braces better than ever. What are Removable Braces? Braces no longer have to be a burden because advances in family orthodontics have made them invisible and removable. The most common type of removable braces is…

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Cosmetic Dentistry Basics: What you Need to Know about Crowns and Veneers

Cosmetic dentistry offers you several options for restoring a damaged or unsightly tooth. Crowns and teeth veneers are two of the most common choices. Both can correct a variety of cosmetic and general dental problems such as crooked teeth, spaces between teeth, old or discolored fillings, broken teeth, chips or cracks, and more. Although their function is similar, crowns and…

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Get the Basics: Periodontal Disease and Dental Care

Gum disease is extremely common in adults. You may not even know you have it. Also called periodontal disease or periodontitis, the condition ranges from mild to severe. In its mildest form, it is called gingivitis; at this stage it is reversible. If it progresses, your gums may pull away from your teeth to form pockets of infection. Eventually, the…

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