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A Root Canal Procedure With A Personal Touch [video]

January 30, 2017

Filed under: Blog,Uncategorized — Tags: , — drdine @ 8:00 am

Nadine Gottinger didn’t know what to expect when she had a root canal treatment. She learned that it wasn’t bad at all.

She also learned a few things about Andrew Dine, DDS, and patient care at our dentist office in Fairfield, OH. It’s the personal touches that let her know that she isn’t just a number here. She is a person who matters to us.

Whether you need a root canal or any of our other services, we want you to feel special when you visit our office. Call 513‑823‑2575 or contact us online today to schedule an appointment.

Dental Veneers: Bringing Great Smiles Together [infographic]

January 26, 2017

Filed under: Blog,Uncategorized — Tags: , — drdine @ 8:00 am

Do you want whiter teeth? Ask about dental veneers.

Do you want your teeth to look straighter? Ask about dental veneers.

Do you want your chipped or worn down teeth to look whole again? Ask about dental veneers.

At our dentist office in Fairfield, OH, Andrew Dine, DDS, uses veneers as a standard part of cosmetic dentistry. Veneers can do a lot of things, and they are durable, too. That means you can create a better smile that will last for years to come.

Call 513‑823‑2575 or contact us online if you would like to find out if you are a good candidate for dental veneers.

What Causes Bad Breath?

January 24, 2017

Filed under: Blog,Uncategorized — drdine @ 11:13 am

Bad breath simply isn’t very pleasant. It can ruin dates, and turn routine social gatherings into an embarrassing situation.

You may try and avoid these unpleasantness by purchasing a bottle of mouthwash to discreetly use. But what you may not know is that mouthwash does not actually treat many of the causes of bad breath. To be sure, it can act as a mask for bad breath, but it doesn’t treat tooth decay or chronic dry mouth.

In today’s blog post from the office of Andrew Dine, DDS, in Fairfield, OH, we’re both going to explain the root causes of bad breath, and give you tips on freshening your breath without mouthwash.

Sometimes Food Causes Bad Breath

Which foods do you suspect are causing you to have bad breath? For most people, the list begins with garlic and ends with onions. But what you may not realize is that all foods you eat can cause you to have bad breath. That includes everything from bagels to pizza rolls to hamburgers.

As you eat, food clings to teeth as you chew. Even after you swallow a bite of food, microscopic particles of it remain on your teeth and it the crevices of your mouth. All of this food attracts bacteria. Over the long-run, this bacteria can eat away the enamel of your teeth can cause decay. In the short-run, this bacteria can sour your breath.

All the food you eat attracts bacteria. But which foods attract the most bacteria? The answer isn’t surprising, as it’s the same foods which promote tooth decay. Namely, sugared foods. Sugar is not just in your Halloween candy, and it’s just not in your can of soda. High carbohydrate foods, which range from bread to pasta, are also filled with sugar.

But it’s not always easy to avoid the foods you love. One get thing you can do to prevent bad breath is to brush after every meal. If you just can’t get to a toothbrush, even rinsing your mouth out with water can be a big help.

Sometimes Dry Mouth Causes Bad Breath

Having a dry mouth is a sure-fire way to also have bad breath. When your mouth is fully hydrated, it’s full of saliva. This saliva helps remove odor-filled bacteria from your mouth, leaving you at a lower risk for bad breath and tooth decay. Take away this saliva, and you’re left with terrible breath.

If you breath through your mouth during your daily exercise, you may suffer from dry mouth. Regularly breathing out of your mouth for any reason evaporates saliva from your mouth. Smoking cigarettes or using an e-cigarette can also leave your mouth dry, as can taking different medications.

No matter what is causing your dry mouth, there’s one step you should always take to correct it. Drink water. Water is the most effective way to rehydrate your whole body, including your mouth. Water is also useful for rinsing away existing bacteria from your mouth, without leaving the additional bacteria left by sugared drinks.

You may even want to consider drinking tap water. The vast-majority of public supplies of water contain trace amounts of fluoride. Fluoride is an excellent tool for preventing tooth decay and strengthening your teeth.

You can also chew sugar-free gum in between meals to prevent dry mouth. Sugar-free gum helps prevent snacking, and also increases the flow of saliva around your mouth.

Sometimes Tooth Decay and Oral Diseases Cause Bad Breath

Unfortunately, more than just food and dry mouth cause bad breath. If you suffer from bad breath multiple times a month, you should schedule a dental appointment as soon as possible. Tooth decay, gum disease, and oral cancer are all potentially causes of your bad breath.

Tooth decay happens whenever deposits of tartar and plaque buildup on your enamel. These deposits both give off an odor, and dissolve away your enamel. This can leave you with painful cavities, in addition to bad breath.

The only effective way to remove tartar deposits is through a teeth cleaning. Brushing and flossing alone won’t cut it. By getting your teeth cleaned every six months, you can prevent tooth decay and keep your breath smelling fresh.

It’s also important to be screened for oral cancer and gum disease, as these are other potential causes of bad breath. These diseases are easily treatable when detected early, which is why we screen for them during every dental exam.

Get on the road to fresh breath. Click here to schedule an appointment with the office of Andrew Dine, DDS, in Fairfield, OH.

Your Guide to Dental Emergencies in Fairfield, OH

You never know when an emergency of any type will strike. After all, that’s why it’s called an emergency! If you could ever really prepare, emergencies wouldn’t happen! When you have an emergency with your tooth here in Fairfield, OH, do you know where to go or what to do?

It can be overwhelming. Chances are pretty great that you aren’t going to find what you need in your classic first aid kit, which is why we want to make sure you have an excellent guide to help you know what to do in the event of a dental emergency!

We’ll begin by talking about what exactly makes an emergency an emergency. Then, we’ll makes sure you know what to do when the pain strikes. Finally, we will talk about the things you need to keep in your home so that you are prepared should anything happen to your smile! Let’s get started!

What Makes Something a Dental Emergency?

A dental emergency is anything that affects the function of your teeth. In other words, if you can’t chew, speak, or go through your day to day without complaining about your tooth/teeth, then it is a dental emergency! You need to be seen right away, and we can help make that happen right here at Andrew Dine, DDS. You’ll want to go ahead and begin caring for your teeth immediately, so let’s talk about what to do in specific dental emergencies.

What do I do When…

… I wake up in excruciating pain?

If you wake up or suddenly feel excruciating pain in one or more of your teeth, it is a sign that something is definitely wrong! Call us right away to schedule your appointment. Go ahead and take some over-the-counter pain relievers to make yourself more comfortable. You might also try a salt-water rinse to ease the discomfort surrounding your tooth.

… My dental appliance breaks or falls out?

We use dental appliances a lot to help you have a full set of functioning teeth. However, those appliances can sometimes break or fail. There’s nothing more uncomfortable than feeling a structure in your mouth fall out! You can use a temporary adhesive to replace the appliance until you can arrive at the office to have it permanently repaired.

… My tooth breaks or is knocked out?

Maybe the most terrifying emergency is a broken or knocked-out tooth. In this situation, it is important that you collect and gently rinse all of the pieces of your tooth. You can place it in some milk or just stick it in your cheek until you can get to the office for repair.

Build a Kit to Be Prepared!

As you can see, dental emergencies are quite a bit different from what we can handle with our first aid kit! There are a few handy tools in that kit, but you might need to purchase a few items to make your kit more helpful for dental emergencies. Let’s take a look at some of those items and how you might use them in the heat of the emergency!

  • Gauze

    When a tooth comes out or punctures the soft tissues of your gums, lips, or tongue, you can expect there to be quite a mess. Gauze is a great way to get that stopped as you make your way to the office.

  • Tweezers

    When collecting pieces of a tooth, it is important that you handle it as little as possible. Tweezers help you gather those little pieces and get them safely into a container of milk or saliva.

  • Fast-acting pain relievers

    There is no reason for you to stay in pain longer! A fast-acting pain reliever will give you some quick relief as you make your way to the office.

  • Small sealable container

    Remember when we talked about putting a broken tooth in milk or saliva? A small, sealable container can be just the ticket! Keep one handy in your first aid kit.

  • Temporary adhesive

    Purchase a small tube of denture adhesive or temporary crown adhesive from your drugstore. You can use this in the event of a broken or loose dental appliance to keep the piece on your tooth until it can be replaced permanently.

Contact us Right Away!

In the event of a dental emergency, you need to contact us right away! We are here and ready for whatever you might bring our way, so don’t hesitate to call as soon as you notice a problem!

Prepare for Your Big Day With Sinsational Whitening

Filed under: Blog,Uncategorized — drdine @ 11:10 am

When you look back at old photos of the biggest events of your life, you want to see a look that is confident and happy, but you also want to look good! We hate looking back at photos where our fashion or hair is not at all what we would have liked it to be. We get embarrassed by how we used to look. Don’t let your smile be the source of your discontent when you are looking back at photos from your next big event. Whether it is a wedding, reunion, or big party, make sure you have a stunning smile for all the photos with Sinsational Whitening.

Patients come to us with all sorts of whitening woes. Some patients are in need of a series of whitening treatments, while others just need a touchup. You know what you would like to see for your smile, and it’s important that you let us know, too! We offer Sinsational Whitening in the office for 20 minute sessions, and we can also send you home with an at-home whitening pen to touch up your whitening from home!

Keep Your Smile Bright

Having a white smile begins at home. Even after you have whitening, your teeth are susceptible to stains. Beverages such as soda, tea, coffee, and wine are known for causing stains on your teeth. Whenever possible, drink through a straw or drink these beverages while you eat so that the food can brush leftover liquid from your teeth. Tomato sauce is another source of tooth stains that you can avoid or take precautions while eating.

Do what you can to keep your smile white, but when you are preparing for your big day, give us a call. We’d be happy to help you get the smile of your dreams in the least amount of time! Contact us today to set up an appointment, and let us know what you’d like to see happen for your smile!

A Hollywood Smile Makeover Without a Hollywood Price

Every turn on the television and wonder how celebrities seem to end up such beautiful smiles?

 

Sure some of them may have been born with beautiful teeth. But more than just a few celebrities, athletes, and even politicians have gotten a little help from their cosmetic dentist. And for decades, cosmetic dentists have turned to one amazing cosmetic dentistry procedure to beautify numerous smiles – dental veneers.

 

That’s all well and good, you think. But there’s no way you could afford cosmetic dentistry.

 

You might actually be surprised! At the office of Andrew Dine, DDS, we’re proud to offer composite dental veneers to give you an amazing smile makeover that you don’t have to be a celebrity to afford!

 

In today’s post of our dental health blog, we’re going to tell more about how we can makeover your smile with composite veneers. We’ll discuss what aspects of your smile veneers can change, look at the procedure for applying veneers, and explain the advantages of composite veneers over traditional dental veneers. Let’s get started!

 

Get a Hollywood Smile Makeover with Dental Veneers

 

Veneers are almost like an incredibly realistic false finger nail for your teeth. They are a thin shell of composite resin which your dentist bonds to the front of your teeth. Dental veneers are a completely pain-free non-surgical procedure.

 

Veneers are the perfect way to cover your smile’s imperfections. A veneer can repair a cracked or chipped tooth. They can also be used in place of adult braces to close embarrassing gaps in your teeth or even cover crooked teeth. We can reshape or resize a tooth which doesn’t match your other teeth with dental veneers. Or we can apply a full-set of veneers to cover deeply discolored teeth or to give you the smile of your dreams that’s completely customizable to your desired shape, size, and color.      

 

What to Expect When Undergoing Your Smile Makeover

 

Traditional dental veneers require a small amount of enamel to be removed from your teeth before they can be placed. Although this process is not painful, it does mean that the procedure is not reversible. All told, traditional dental veneers generally require several appointments to apply.

 

At the office of Andrew Dine, DDS, in Fairfield, OH, we offer composite veneers because they have several advantages over traditional veneers. Our composite veneers require very little to no enamel to be removed from your teeth. That means your smile makeover is much faster – we custom make and place your veneers in one single appointment that lasts about an hour.

 

A Hollywood Smile Without the Hollywood Price

 

Our composite veneers can give you a complete Hollywood smile makeover that looks healthy and natural. But there’s no need to have Brad Pitt’s wallet to have a smile that rival’s his grin. We offer easy monthly payments to help a smile makeover fit into your budget.

 

Plus there’s no risk with our smile makeovers! We can give you a free preview of your new smile before you undergo treatment. We do this by allowing you to “try-on” the veneers to see if it will work for your unique smile. If you don’t like your smile preview, you pay nothing. That means there’s absolutely zero risk if you’re considering a smile makeover.

 

Our dental veneers are the quickest way to makeover your smile. In just one day we can completely remake your image. That means no waiting around, no reduction to your teeth, no painful shots to numb your teeth, plus you don’t have to suffer while dealing with temporary veneers. Instead you simply get to enjoy immediate results with composite veneers!

 

Ready to learn more about composite veneers? Then schedule a consultation at the office of Andrew Dine, DDS, to learn more about your options for a smile makeover. We can’t wait to help you achieve the smile of your dreams. Call us today at 513-823-2575.

5 Foods and Drinks That Stain Your Teeth | Fairfield, OH

Filed under: Blog,Uncategorized — drdine @ 11:09 am

Did you make it over the Major League Baseball All-Star game in Cincy? Or at least catch it on television? The game got us think about something; namely that we want our patients to have an All-Star Smile.

Imagine you were at the game, and a player blasted a ball out of the park with a homer. The ball lands in your outstretched glove. Suddenly, all the attention in the stadium turns to you. Thousands in attendance, and millions watching around the world see you on camera.

You can’t help but smile. But how attractive is your smile? Are your teeth white and delightsome? Or are they yellowed and stained? Whether you’re on camera or not, we want you to have teeth that you’re proud to show-off. For that reason, we office Professional Teeth Whitening at the office of Andre Dine, DDS, in Fairfield, OH.

In today’s blog post, we’re going to look at the five worst teeth staining foods and drinks, so you can keep your smiling shining as bright as the lightbulbs at the Great American Ball Park.

Enemies of Your Smile

  • Wine

    We love a good glass of wine. For California’s Napa Valley, to European vineyards, and even locally produced wine on Ohio; there’s a wine for every taste and occasion. A glass of wine a day has many positive health benefits; unfortunately it can wreck havoc on your teeth. Red wine is filled with tannins and natural dyes, both of which cling to your teeth and stain them. White wine is slightly less of a problem, as it contains no naturally dark dyes. However, white wine can even pose problems as it makes your teeth more prone to staining by other foods and drinks.

  • Tobacco

    Need another reason to quit smoking? Consider the stains left by both cigarette smoking and chewing tobacco. The chemicals in the products weaken and irritate your gums, leaving them prone to infection and disease. In addition, nicotine and the other chemicals can seep through the cigarette filter and leave a disgusting residue on your teeth, staining them almost instantly. This is also true of the nicotine contained in E-Cigarettes and Vaping devices.

  • Soda

    Many dentists would cite this as public enemy number one. Artificial dyes in soda can stain your teeth; and the acidity of the soda will break down the enamel of your teeth and leave them vulnerable to decay and stains. Acidity is the principle problem, which means even diet sodas and clear sodas are a threat the whiteness of your teeth. Soda is about as acidic as battery acid, and can be used to remove rust from metal. With that in mind, imagine what it’s doing to your teeth.

  • Coffee

    We drink a lot of coffee in our office, a fact of life which is true in workplaces throughout the country. Much like soda, it is quite acidic and quite capable of breaking down the enamel of your teeth. In addition, microscopic particles in the coffee cling to the ridges and grooves of your teeth. This leaves the oh so difficult to remove coffee stains in your teeth.

  • Fruit

    This one will be hard for some of our readers to take. It’s easy to dismiss the effects of tobacco and soda, as those things are bad for your health anyways. But fruit? The intense color of most fruits is made up of natural dyes. Much like with red wine, this can cause a tremendous amount of stains. In addition, the sugar in the fruit can weaken your teeth and leave them vulnerable to stains. This does not mean you should avoid eating fruit; it just means you have take more steps to keep your teeth looking white.

Professional Teeth Whitening

If you’re like most people, you won’t be able to avoid all the foods and drinks that can stain your teeth. But that’s no excuse for not having a shining smile. At the office of Dr. Dine, DDS, in Fairfield, OH, we offer the Sinsational Smile teeth whitening system.

This in-office system is much safer, and far more effective, than any teeth whitening products you may find in grocery stores or your local pharmacy. It’s professionally supervised by our top-notch staff, which means you don’t have to risk irritating your gums like with over-the-counter products.

With Sinsational Smiles, we fill a silicon tray with professional strength bleaching gel. After this has been placed on your teeth, we expose your teeth to a special light. This light speeds up the whitening process, leaving your teeth several shades whiter in just one visit. We also send you home with a special touch-up kit, to keep your smile white.

Are you ready for that close-up? Click here to make an appointment at the office of Andrew Dine, DDS, in Fairfield, OH.

Advantages Of Getting Dental Veneers From Your Fairfield, OH Dentist

There’s a lot that can go wrong with your teeth. A sudden accident can leave them chipped or cracked, causing you pain and discomfort. Stubborn stains can accumulate over time leaving you too self-conscious to laugh or even smile openly. Your bite can also drift out of alignment due to a number of factors, leaving small gaps. Or, if your teeth are naturally different sizes or shapes, maybe your teeth lack a certain harmony you’ve always desired. Each of these issues, though very different, can be resolved by Dr. Dine from his Fairfield, OH dental office with the help of dental veneers.

While they are not a universal fix, dental veneers are incredibly versatile and can be part of a solution plan for any of the dental issues listed above. Here are just some of the reasons you might want to consider dental veneers:

1. With forty years of experience, cosmetic dentist Dr. Dine can place your dental veneers with expert care and precision. This December, Dr. Dine is celebrating four decades of serving Fairfield, West Chester, Liberty Township, and other surrounding communities in Butler County, Ohio. In that time, he has crafted and placed countless dental veneers for his patients. He has also stayed ahead of the curve, continuing his training and offering the newest, best options for his patients in an ever-changing industry.
2. We exclusively offer minimally-invasive, composite dental veneers so your teeth will be repaired faster and cheaper. Due to their thickness, porcelain veneers require significant removal of your natural teeth’s enamel prior to placement. In contrast, composite dental veneers require little to no surface preparation so your natural teeth are left more intact. But that’s not the only thing that will save you time–instead of waiting weeks for your porcelain veneer to be fabricated and shipped back, Dr. Dine can craft and place your composite dental veneers in as little as one hour. Our composite veneers will also save you money, because they can cost as little as half that of porcelain veneers.
3. Dental veneers are one of the most versatile cosmetic or restorative dentistry options available and can repair or conceal many types of issues. Whether you’re self-conscious about dingy stains or your teeth have become chipped or cracked, dental veneers can conceal the damage and actually help to strengthen your natural teeth. They can be used as a sort of “instant orthodontics,” making your teeth appear straighter so you can get the cosmetic result you desire in a single visit instead of having to wear uncomfortable braces for up to two years. Similarly, dental veneers can be used to fill in small gaps between your teeth. They can even fix flaws only you seem to notice, like differently sized or shaped teeth.
4. Dr. Dine can place your dental veneers without pain or stress. Our Fairfield, OH dental office is a stress-free zone. We offer a number of amenities to make sure you are perfectly at ease, including cozy blankets, comfortable chairs, and your favorite music and movies. We will even elevate your head as needed during your visit for optimum relaxation. Whatever you need, just let us know. And if you are experiencing dental anxiety, we give you options: we offer nitrous oxide, or “laughing gas,” for any dental procedure, and you can choose between two different scents. Additionally, if you fear dental pain, we can administer anesthetic painlessly using our DentalVibe system. You won’t feel a thing!
5. You can easily combine dental veneers with other cosmetic or restorative dentistry procedures for a comprehensive makeover for your smile. Dental veneers may just be one part of the puzzle when it comes to achieving your perfect smile. In a private consultation with Dr. Dine, you can also opt for teeth whitening, Invisalign, and teeth bonding along with your dental veneers for a complete cosmetic transformation. Or, if your smile requires restorative dentistry work, you can also combine dental veneers with tooth-colored fillings, porcelain dental crowns, or even dental implants.

At our Fairfield, OH dental office, we strive to do everything we can to improve your oral health in a judgment-free environment. Only you can decide if dental veneers are the right option for you, but we will do everything we can to help you in that decision process, answering questions and providing advice when you ask. We’re on your team and will work tirelessly to reach your smile aspirations.

Feel free to call 513‑823‑2575 to speak to one of our friendly team members about what dental veneers can do for you. If you’re ready, you can make an appointment right there on the phone or by using our online form. We can’t wait to help!

Enjoy Your Holiday Feast With Help From Restorative Dentistry

Filed under: Blog,Uncategorized — Tags: — drdine @ 11:04 am

Are you living with severely damaged or even missing teeth? Are these problems keeping you from enjoying the foods you love? We want to help you enjoy your food this holiday season — please consider our restorative dentistry services as a way to improve your functionality and get you back to your normal life. We understand the woes associated with severely damaged or missing teeth and we want to help. The team at Andrew Dine, DDS in Fairfield, OH can offer you crowns and dentures as solutions to your dental problems.

Don’t Let Damaged or Missing Teeth Keep You Down!

Did you know that damaged or missing teeth can actually lead to malnutrition? If you are unable to eat the foods you love — which may include crunchy or crisp foods such as fresh fruits and vegetables — your health could truly suffer. We want to make sure you get the nutrition you need to feel great for many years to come!

Being unhappy with your smile because you are unable to eat can also lead to depression, dissatisfaction with life in general, and other total-system problems. To avoid this, let us help you get the care you need. Read on to learn more about two of our most popular restorative solutions and how they can help you eat the foods you love again.

Repair Your Damage With Crowns

If you have damaged teeth and would like to repair your smile in time to eat all of the wonderful holiday foods, consider our dental crowns. Crowns are designed to completely replace the outside surface of your tooth to repair the structural integrity of the tooth and give it a nice clean appearance. If you have experienced tooth decay, injury, or other damaged, a crown could be the solution you need.

We understand that damage can be painful. Let us get rid of any decay and restore the health of your tooth. This process will help eliminate your pain and get you looking and feel great!

Replace Your Teeth With Dentures

If you are completely missing some or all of your natural teeth, we can help with that too. We meet patients every day who are looking for a tooth replacement option that can help them eat the foods they love once more. We understand the inconvenience and the embarrassment associated with it. Let’s talk about dentures and how they can be used to restore your smile and allow you to enjoy the holiday with your family.

We offer both removable and implant-supported dentures. Removable dentures are what you may think of when someone says “dentures.” They are replacement teeth that are set into a gum-colored mold that fits over your gums. We offer both full and partial dentures. Whether you are missing just some or all of your teeth, we can help. We also offer the option of conventionally crafted dentures or immediate same-day dentures. All of our dentures are crafted to look nice and fit as securely as possible.

Implant-supported dentures offer a bit of additional strength compared to removable dentures. Because these dentures are secured into the mouth using dental implants, they are slightly more effective at restoring your natural ability to chew. Both options are designed to look and feel great in your mouth, but the type you choose will depend on your specific situation and needs. Implant-supported dentures are a great way to get a little bit of extra security if you are worried about your teeth moving around in your mouth.

Our dentures, removable or implant-supported, will help you better enjoy all of the foods you love this holiday season.

Schedule An Appointment With Dr. Dine Today

If you are ready to eat the foods you love once more, please contact our Fairfield, OH dental office to schedule an appointment. We would be happy to examine your situation and discuss what options may be best for you. We want you to feel confident and be able to enjoy your meals again. Restore your smile just in time for the holidays — call our office at [tel] to schedule your appointment today.

Making Plans to Keep Your Mouth Healthy in 2015

Filed under: Blog,Uncategorized — drdine @ 11:02 am

As January comes to a close, we hope you haven’t lost your interest in your New Years resolutions! Research shows that over the next few months is when people will either make or break their commitment to maintain a newfound health. When it comes to keeping your mouth healthy, your relationship with our office here in Fairfield, Ohio is very important. Take a look below at some things you can do to make and keep a plan of oral health for 2015.

Plan Ahead

One of the best things you can do for yourself is to go ahead and schedule your dental appointments for the year. When you schedule appointments 6-12 months in advance, you are more likely to maintain those appointments. Don’t worry, we’ll remind you that they are coming! Instead of trying to fit dental appointments into your already busy schedule, you will find that everything else fits around your dental appointments.

Prepare Questions

Before you come into the office for your exam and cleaning, write down any questions you might have for us. Trying to remember questions when you come into a doctor’s office is difficult because there are so many other things going on and questions being asked of you. Write your questions down, and let us know that you would like to talk. We’ll make sure you get your answers before you leave to go back home.

Listen Well

In the moment of a dental appointment, it can be difficult to remember everything. We encourage our patients to listen well, take notes, or ask us for paperwork concerning advice we give. You might also consider bringing along a family member or friend to help you remember all of the new information. The advice we give you in the dental office can make or break your oral health.

Part of making 2015 the year of your smile is to make sure that 2015 is the year you improve your time in the dental office. Use our tips above, and contact us when you have questions. Let us be your link to great oral health care, and you will see an improvement with the way you look and feel. We can’t wait to change your smile very soon!

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