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Everything You Need to Know about Veneers

June 2, 2015 | Author: | Posted in Beauty, Dental
Porcelain veneers are among the most popular methods of improving a smile because they are not invasive and they can be used to solve a wide variety of cosmetic problems. Veneers are essentially a new front fa├žade for a tooth, fitted directly onto the front of your teeth to change how they look. Here are …
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Using Aromatherapy to Reduce Stress and Anxiety

November 15, 2013 | Author: | Posted in Dental, Health & Fitness
Aromatherapy is a form of alternative medicine that utilizes essential oils to evoke positive changes in a person’s mood. Jenny Miller, a Dentist in Lexington, KY uses aromatherapy in her practice to reduce client’s anxiety and stress. But how does aromatherapy work and how does it reduce a person’s physical and mental stresses? Well, here’s …

How Modern Dentistry Changes Lives

November 13, 2013 | Author: | Posted in Dental, Health & Fitness
It’s amazing to think how far medical technology has advanced in only a handful of decades. From minimally invasive surgeries to prosthetic limbs, researchers and practitioners have greatly improved the lives of their patients. But it’s not just life-saving medical procedures that have developed over time. Along with emergency care, cosmetic procedures have also benefitted …
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Modern Dental Solutions for a Brighter, Straighter Smile

August 23, 2013 | Author: | Posted in Dental
Today, many cosmetic dentists offer solutions that cause little to no pain in patients. Because of advanced technology that’s improved the dental industry, dentists are now able to do procedures in a way that’s less invasive, less time-consuming and more comfortable for patients. If the dentist you currently have a relationship with doesn’t provide the …
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Top Five Reasons to get Dental Implants

August 15, 2013 | Author: | Posted in Dental
As we age, we lose bone. Our bones decrease in density as we grow older, resulting in more fractures. There are plenty of risk factors which contribute to tooth loss, such as poor diet, health, osteoporosis, hygiene, and more. Unfortunately, losing a tooth or having missing teeth can produce undesirable physical and psychological factors. If …