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4 Cosmetic Treatments That Aren’t Just for Celebrities

November 17, 2022

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Close-up of a woman’s smile after cosmetic dentistry

Have you ever wished that your smile could look like the ones you see on TV or in movies? That might be easier to achieve than you think! Many celebrities use cosmetic dentistry to make their teeth look as dazzling as possible, and you can do the same. The following post explores 4 cosmetic services that you can use to give your grin the red-carpet treatment.

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3 Reasons Why You Won’t Regret Getting a Root Canal

October 10, 2022

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Dentist filling smiling patient’s root canal

In pop culture, root canals have become something of a shorthand for “painful dental procedures.” The cartoon version might have a character walk out of the dentist’s office with a bright red swollen cheek, covered in crisscrossed bandages, smothered in an absurdly large ice pack. The fact is, the idea that root canals are painful is outdated. If you have a deep infection in a molar, it’s about the easiest treatment option there is. To assuage your fears, here are a few reasons why you won’t regret getting a root canal.

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4 of the Most Common Dental Flaws (& Their Treatments)

September 8, 2022

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Closeup of woman covering her smile

According to a recent study conducted by Wakefield Research, more than one-third of Americans are unhappy with their smile. So, if you don’t like the way yours looks in pictures or you feel the need to cover it when you laugh, you’re not alone. Don’t fret – that’s where cosmetic dentistry comes in. With this in mind, keep reading to learn a few of the most common cosmetic dental flaws and how your dentist can address them.

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4 Foods to Help You Get the Most Out of Your Teeth Whitening Results

August 31, 2022

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a cup of celery and carrot sticks on a wooden table

After years of consuming foods and beverages that have pigments that cling to your teeth and cause them to have a yellowish tint, many people turn to professional teeth whitening to grow newfound confidence in their smile. In many cases, these treatments offer results within a single visit to the dentist or if you choose the at-home option, within two weeks. However, the question that many people who invest in a whiter smile have is, “How do I keep my teeth from looking discolored again?” Read on to learn about four foods that can help you get the most out of your newly brightened grin.

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5 Foods That Can Chip Teeth

August 24, 2022

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person with a hijab on with a TV remote in their hand and a bowl of popcorn in their lap sitting on a couch

The daily stresses of life can be a lot to handle, but when you add a visit to the emergency dentist to it, it can become overwhelming! Unlike broken bones and cuts, your teeth won’t heal once you break them, meaning if you accidentally chomp on the wrong food, like a rock-solid popcorn kernel, it could mean permanent damage to your smile. By avoiding these five foods that can chip teeth below, you’ll be able to preserve your smile, all while saving yourself from a stressful dental visit.

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4 Foods to Keep Away From After Teeth Whitening

July 12, 2022

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woman eating chocolate after teeth whitening in Indianapolis

Teeth whitening is one of the most popular and cost-effective methods to improve your smile. Whether you choose to undergo an in-office process or use take-home kits, you can be sure to enjoy your results for several months to over a year. However, some factors can affect how long your cosmetic solution lasts, including your diet. Keep reading to learn about four foods you should avoid following your teeth whitening procedure!

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4 Tips for An Easier Dental Checkup

June 4, 2022

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Man giving a thumb’s up during his dental checkup.

When it comes to oral hygiene, the first thing that comes to mind for most people is brushing your teeth every single day. But visiting your dentist biannually for checkups and cleanings is just as important! That said, it might finally be that time of the year again when you are due back at your dentist’s office, but you’re not exactly looking forward to it and you don’t know what to expect. Here are four tips to help ensure that your next dental checkup goes smoothly.

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3 Benefits to Reap from Dental Veneers

April 12, 2022

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Woman pointing out her white, beaming smile

If your dentist recommends porcelain veneers, it’s understandable to be curious about the specifics. How exactly would the procedure fix your teeth? Even if you trust the recommendation, you’d naturally want to know the kind of results to expect.

There are several benefits of porcelain veneers you should anticipate. In particular, the following three stand out as significant advantages.

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What Do I Need to Include in a Dental Emergency Kit?

March 4, 2022

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man with bad toothache

First-aid kits are commonplace in the workplace, personal vehicles, and many other walks of life. A dental emergency kit, on the other hand, may not be as readily available – but it probably should be. Here are suggestions from your emergency dentist in Indianapolis about what to include in the kit.

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5 Tips for Avoiding Dental Emergencies

February 5, 2022

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man with dental emergency in Indianapolis

No one wants to experience a dental emergency, but sometimes they happen when we least expect them. Fortunately, there are ways you can actively avoid having to get an urgent treatment. Read on as your dentist in Indianapolis provides five tips for preventing dental emergencies.

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