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Why Consistent Dental Visits Are So Important

Why Consistent Dental Visits Are So Important

by Alex Hirsch (SU)
You’re busy. We get that. It’s easy to let things slide with your dental health, thinking that you’ll get around to it sooner or later.

Taking Care of Your Teeth during the Holidays

Taking Care of Your Teeth during the Holidays

by Shearly (SU)
The holiday season brings with it wonderful foods and fun-filled experiences. But just because it’s the holidays, doesn’t mean you should neglect your teeth. It’s possible to enjoy the holidays to the fullest while still maintaining a healthy, bright and beautiful smile. The following are some tips for caring for your teeth during the holidays.

Dedicated Dental Care: Gentle and Compassionate Dentist in Las Vegas

Dedicated Dental Care: Gentle and Compassionate Dentist in Las Vegas

by Yenny (SU)
Here at Dedicated Dental, in keeping with our name, we are dedicated to providing our patients with exceptional dental care. We want to help our patients achieve more than healthy teeth and gums – we want to give them the satisfaction and confidence of a great smile for a lifetime.

Is the charcoal toothpaste fad here to stay?

Is the charcoal toothpaste fad here to stay?

by Yenny (SU)
Charcoal in medicine and even as a toothpaste is nothing new, going back millennia to ancient times. By the 1800s, researchers observed that charcoal could reduce or eliminate the toxic effects of poison when ingested.

What to Expect during Your Dental Crown Procedure?

What to Expect during Your Dental Crown Procedure?

by Yenny (SU)
A dental crown is an artificial cap designed to strengthen a tooth when there isn’t enough tooth tissue remaining to keep it functional. Each crown is custom designed to your specific needs and anatomy and are made of different materials but usually ceramic or porcelain. Crowns can serve as fillings, protecting a weak tooth from breaking, and may also be used to cover stained or misshapen teeth.