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Dental Crowns 101

Dental Crowns 101

by Shearly (SU)
Of all the restorative dental procedures dentists perform, a dental crown is one of the most common and practical, serving a variety of purposes. Crowns, also known as caps -- are prosthetic devices that are permanently attached or bonded to a tooth or dental implant and used to restore the shape and size of a tooth, as well as improve the tooth’s strength and appearance, thus helping to restore your smile, dental health, and confidence. Dental crowns 101: here is a primer to help you better understands what crowns are and how they can help keep your smile fit for a king.

5 Secrets Your Dentist Won’t Tell You

5 Secrets Your Dentist Won’t Tell You

by Holly (SU)
There is more to dentistry than the usual routine, and there are a number of things your dentist may not tell you that are good things to know.

Ways to Overcome Your Dental Office Fears

Ways to Overcome Your Dental Office Fears

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One of the most common fears that people have is fear of the dentist. People with fears of the dentist can go years without a dental checkup, but this can be very dangerous.

The Benefits of Zoom! Whitening

The Benefits of Zoom! Whitening

by Shearly (SU)
The holiday season is almost here. It’s a time of celebration, of parties, and pictures. Lots and lots of pictures. And of course, you want to look your best. If you have been thinking about whitening your teeth for the holidays, maybe it’s time to look into the benefits of Zoom! Whitening. We all want a beautiful, pearly white, healthy-looking smile. But as we age, combined with some of the habits we partake daily (our morning ritual of 2 cups of coffee), our teeth tend to lose their luster over time. The answer is Zoom! Whitening. Zoom Is a non-evasive treatment that usually takes just a little more than an hour for a smile that is up to 10 times whiter.

Not All Dentists Are Created (Trained) Equally

Not All Dentists Are Created (Trained) Equally

by Shearly (SU)
Did you know that even though all dentists do have to undergo exhaustive training and licensing, there are some who have opted to take additional training? Dr. Ari Binder, for instance, has completed the American Academy of Implant Dentistry MaxiCourse®. This demanding 300-hour course provides hands-on training with a one-on-one surgical internship. Dr. Binder is also a member of the American Academy of Implant Dentistry (AAID), making him a recognized expert in all areas of dental implant science. Dr. Binder has made it a priority to stay abreast of the latest developments in the field of dentistry.