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How to Protect Your Oral Health While Combatting Spring Allergies

April 12, 2021

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a man wearing a gray plaid shirt uses a tissue to blow his nose

Do you enjoy springtime? With warmer temperatures allowing for more time spent outside, you can finally shed your winter coat and prepare for the dog days of summer that are right around the corner. But if you’re like many others, you may be suffering from pollen, ragweed, pet dander, and other allergies that come this time of year. Treating your symptoms may seem easy, but if you’re not careful, you could put your oral health at risk. In this article, we will learn how the medications you take to minimize sneezing, coughing, and a runny nose can potentially lead to tooth decay and gum disease. A dentist will also share what you can do to minimize your risk and better protect your smile this spring.

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How Far Women Have Come in Dentistry

March 18, 2021

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Female dentist

Now that International Women’s Day is here, it is a great time to recognize all of the exciting ways that women in dentistry have progressed throughout the years. The first female dentist was licensed in Canada back in 1898. But a lot has happened in the last 123 years. More and more women have been getting involved in the field, helping to advance dentistry to a whole new level that no one has seen before. Continue reading to learn more about women in dentistry.

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It’s American Heart Month! Here’s How Your Oral and Heart Health Are Connected

February 26, 2021

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Woman smiling while brushing her teeth

February is the month of love, but Valentine’s day isn’t the only reason you should decorate with hearts – it’s also American Heart Month! Since 1964, the second month of the year has been dedicated to spreading awareness about cardiovascular health. To celebrate, you may be thinking of cleaning up your diet or re-committing to your New Year’s Resolution to workout more. While both of these are important, don’t forget to add implementing a solid oral hygiene routine to your list. Here’s why!

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How to Find the Best Implant Dentist to Replace Your Teeth

January 18, 2021

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woman wondering how to find the best implant dentist

Dental implants are considered the gold standard for replacing missing teeth, but the procedure is quite extensive. Therefore, it’s of the utmost importance to choose the right implant dentist to work with. If you desire to have a complete and healthy smile, continue reading to get some helpful tips to guide your search!

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How Long Do Dental Bridges Last?

December 17, 2020

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Man looking in mirror at dental bridge

If you are struggling to smile confidently, chew easily, and speak clearly due to tooth loss, you’re not alone. In fact, over 120 million American adults are missing at least one permanent tooth. The good news is that you don’t have to continue to battle with the gap in your smile thanks to dental bridges! This tooth-replacement option is known for being extremely natural-looking and minimally invasive, but how long does it last? Read on to learn the dental bridge lifespan.

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Dental Restorations and Risky Holiday Foods

November 30, 2020

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The holidays are full of wonderful times spent with family and friends, along with delicious meals and treats galore. Although food is a large part of most family holiday traditions, it’s important for those who have dental restorations such as dentures or implants to be mindful of some of the most popular options. While they may be tasty, they can pose a risk to the upkeep and longevity of these dental prosthetics. Your Vero Beach cosmetic dentist has a list of certain goodies you might consider avoiding this holiday season if you have dental implants or dentures in order to keep them in good working condition. Keep reading to learn more!

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Does Dental Insurance Cover Dental Implants?

October 19, 2020

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dental implant with crown next to natural tooth

120 million Americans are missing at least one tooth, and more than 36 million don’t have any natural teeth remaining, according to the American College of Prosthodontists. If you’re included in these statistics, you may have heard of or even considered getting dental implants. After all, they can rebuild your smile no matter how many teeth you’ve lost. However, they often come with a higher price tag than alternatives like dentures or bridges. Does dental insurance cover dental implants? Continue reading below to find out the answer to this question as well as why dental implants are worth the cost.

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4 Tips for Preventing Dental Implant Infections

September 17, 2020

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Dentist pointing to model of dental implant

For patients with one or more missing teeth, dental implants in Vero Beach are a state-of-the-art tooth replacement solution that is durable, natural-looking, and holds an impressive 95% success rate. However, no medical procedure is entirely risk-free. Although rare, dental implants can become inflamed or loose due to an infection, which necessitates a replacement. Fortunately, preventive measures centered around proper care and maintenance can significantly reduce your risk. Read on for four tips you can implement today!

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Do Dentures Preserve Your Jawbone? Find Out!

August 27, 2020

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Woman smiling with dentures in Vero Beach

Are you missing teeth? If so, your jawbone is at risk of shrinking because it is no longer getting the stimulation it needs from your natural, healthy teeth. You may have dentures in Vero Beach as a replacement, but is this solution preserving your jawbone to keep it healthy and strong? Read to find out the answer!

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4 Reasons Your Child’s Dental Visit Should Be on Your Back to School Checklist

July 9, 2020

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Young boy smiling on first day of school

Back to school season is not for the faint of heart. Now throw in a pandemic and the potential of distance learning and your tank is truly running on empty. Since your calendar is jam-packed with to-dos, it can be tempting to postpone your child’s routine visit until after the school year has started. However, your dentist in Vero Beach is sharing four reasons you should reconsider.

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