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How Alcoholic Drinks Can Ruin Your Smile

There's nothing wrong with enjoying alcoholic drinks in moderation this summer, but you have to be careful. Beer, wine, and mixed drinks can all lead to more cavities and gum disease. One drink isn't going to do much, but this damage creeps up on your over time.By calling our Lake Worth, FL dental office at 561-877-3673, you can schedule a dental exam to make sure your teeth and gums are ...

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Don’t Let Gingivitis Lead To Lost Teeth

What is gingivitis? It's the early stage of gum disease, and it's often marked by bad breath and gums that bleed a little after brushing and flossing. Gingivitis can be treated, but if you put off gum disease treatment for too long, it can lead to your teeth getting loose and even falling out.That's why you need to call our Lake Worth, FL dental office at 561-877-3673 to make your next ...

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Why Your Teeth Might Look Like They’re Growing

When your gums are irritated or damaged by harmful bacteria, they can start to pull away from your teeth. This can make your teeth look like they're getting longer. While this doesn't look very good, the real problem is that such gum recession is a sign you have gum disease. Gum recession exposes too much of your teeth and can lead to them getting loose or even falling out. That's why you ...

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How A Full-Mouth Reconstruction Can Save Your Smile

When you realize your smile has several problems, it can be a little overwhelming. Seeing chipped teeth and gaps in your smile can have you feeling like it's not worth going to the dentist because there's just too much to work on. Thankfully, our Lake Worth dentist has the training and expertise needed to help even in extreme cases. Call our Lake Worth, FL dental office today at 561-877-3673 ...

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Why Bad Breath Could Mean You Have Gum Disease

Sure, you could have bad breath because of something you ate. And if you don't brush your teeth, that could lead to it as well. But chronic bad breath is a sign you have gum disease. If you don't get gum disease treatment, you could end up with bleeding gums and even lost teeth. Call our Lake Worth, FL dental office today at 561-877-3673 to make an appointment for gum disease treatment. Dr. ...

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Dental Crowns Are Perfect For Restoring Your Teeth

One of the worst things you can do with a damaged tooth is to ignore it. Chips, cracks, and similar damage tends to get worse over time. It also makes the tooth weaker and more prone to more damage, including infections. That's why you need to call our Lake Worth, FL dental office today at 561-877-3673 and make an appointment for a dental crown. These will seal a damaged tooth, adding a ...

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Adults Who Need Orthodontics Need Invisalign

You thought it was just a problem that teenagers dealt with. But now you look in the mirror and see your teeth are crooked and misaligned. That's not just a cosmetic problem, though. Misaligned teeth can wear down their enamel, cause TMJ pain, and more. That's why it's best to call our Lake Worth, FL dental office today at 561-877-3673 and make your first appointment for Invisalign clear ...

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Flossing Is Vital To Keeping Your Smile Healthy

You know how brushing your teeth is so important for your dental health, but what about flossing? Even if you floss every night, are you doing it correctly? Watch this short video to learn a thing or two about using dental floss. Then call our Lake Worth, FL dental office at 561-877-3673 to schedule your next appointment. Everyone needs a dental cleaning and dental exam every six months to ...

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Working With BCBS Florida For Healthier Smiles

You deserve a strong, healthy smile. That's why dental insurance exists in the first place. Regular dental care and treatments like fillings, dental crowns, and dental implants can be hard for some families to afford. But with the right insurance plan, you can get the treatments you need.That's why you should call our Lake Worth, FL dental office today at 561-877-3673 and make your next ...

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MetLife Dental Insurance Now Accepted In Lake Worth

Dental insurance is all but required these days. Sure, you can pay cash for your treatment — if you have the cash. Our Lake Worth, FL dental office also accepts CareCredit, a company that specializes in lines of credit just for dental treatments.But with the right dental insurance plan, you can find yourself having low or even no-cost preventive treatments like dental cleanings and dental ...

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