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Why an Orthodontist Is the Best Decision

Why an Orthodontist Is the Best Decision?

Orthodontic treatment is a significant investment of time and money for the person undergoing it or the parents who accompany their child in the process. It is for this reason that it is essential to consider factors that will influence the choice of your orthodontist to maximize your satisfaction with the services rendered.

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How Cancer Affects Oral Health

How Cancer Affects Oral Health

There are some medical treatments that have side effects on other parts of the body, such as the mouth. As dentists, we want to tell you how cancer affects oral health and how you can treat the problems that you may face.

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Four Signs That Indicate Tooth Cavity

Four Signs That Indicate Tooth Cavity

The health of one’s teeth is key to their overall health. Preventing cavities and tooth decay is one of the essential ways to keep the teeth healthy as well as the condition and to avoid other complications. According to the statistic of the CDC (Center for Disease Control and Prevention), 30% of American adults have untreated tooth cavities. Untreated cavities can damage the teeth and probably create more serious dental issues.

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How Many Implants Are Necessary For A Full Mouth Prosthesis

How Many Implants Are Necessary For A Full Mouth Prosthesis?

To rehabilitate an edentulous jaw with implants, we must take into account the different functional and aesthetic aspects of the restoration that can affect the treatment. Before placing dental implants, a good diagnosis has to be made to decide the type of restoration to be performed and the number of implants to be placed during surgery.

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What Is Gingival How To Treat Gingival Disease

What Is Gingival? How To Treat Gingival Disease

The plaque can cause gum disease. It is a film of bacteria that continuously accumulates around, throughout the tooth and between one tooth and another. If these bacteria are not removed by regular brushing and flossing can irritate the gums, causing redness, inflammation and bleeding; all of them early symptoms of the first phase of gingival disease known as gingivitis.

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When is sedation dentistry the right choice?

Many people suffer from anxiety or get nervous when they walk into a dental office. Dulay Dental strives to help each patient and give them an exceptional experience during any cleaning or procedure at our office. We want our patients to feel relaxed and at ease knowing they are in good hands. There are options

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What age groups seek orthodontic care?

There are many advancements in orthodontic care that have made it a lot easier to get that beautiful smile. Orthodontic care is not only for children, but for anyone that is unhappy with their teeth, and want a smile they can be proud of. On average, children usually get braces between 10-14 years of age,

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How often should I get my teeth cleaned?

Regular dental cleanings are important to keep up with our oral health, and keep our teeth and gums looking and feeling great. Cleanings help to remove that sticky layer of bacteria and plaque that builds up on our teeth and under our gums. This layer cannot be removed with normal brushing or flossing at home.

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How long is a dentist appointment?

Many of us go for our regular dental visits twice a year to get our teeth cleaned and evaluated to make sure our dental health is kept on top of. Maintaining oral health is extremely important to keep our teeth and gums free of bacteria and plaque. Keeping up with our oral health helps to

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How long does it take to get a dental implant?

Implants are one of the most popular restorative procedures done today.  Implants provide a permanent and reliable solution for patients seeking a beautiful white smile. At Dulay Dental we strive to work with each patient to develop a customized treatment plan to get them the smile they desire. Typically dental implants take multiple appointments and

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