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Does Swapping to Diet Soda Benefit Your Oral Health?

July 14, 2023

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What’s better than cracking open an ice-cold can of your favorite soda to cool down on a hot summer day? If you’re a lifelong soda lover, you might have swapped to diet sodas to cut back on sugar, whether you’re trying to have a more balanced diet or prevent tooth decay. However, studies have shown that this change might not be as helpful as you think. If you’re wondering if swapping to diet soda can benefit your oral health, keep reading to learn more.


Can Dental Implants Be Affected by Teeth Whitening?

June 6, 2023

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young adult with a beautiful smile

Dental implants are one of the most popular methods of tooth replacement, especially among people who accept nothing from the best for their oral health. Simliarly, teeth whitening is an incredibly popular style of cosmetic dentistry for people who want to make a dramatic change to their teeth.

It’s no surprise then that many people who have dental implants are also interested in whitening their teeth. If that’s you, here’s a word of warning before you invest in whitening treatment.


3 Non-Invasive Ways to Improve Your Smile’s Looks

May 19, 2023

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A woman admiring the results of non-invasive cosmetic dentistry

May is nearly over, so summer is truly here now. Jacksonville weather is heating up, and many are headed for nearby beaches! You thus might want a non-invasive way to improve your grin. Such a procedure can offer a vacation-ready smile with little hassle. Fortunately, one field has you covered: non-invasive cosmetic dentistry. This dental work has simple methods with great effects. Your local dentist can even prove it. So, here’s a summary of non-invasive cosmetic dentistry and its treatments.


3 Cosmetic Dental Problems, and What Your Dentist Can Do About Them

March 31, 2023

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If you asked most people, they’d probably tell you that there’s something that they don’t like about their smile. What that is varies from person to person—for some it’s discoloration, while for others it’s the alignment of their teeth.

Thankfully, for just about any problem you’re interested in fixing, there’s a cosmetic dental treatment that can help you! If that sounds hard to believe, here are some of the most common examples of problems people can have with their smile, and what a cosmetic dentist can do to address them.


Your Smile Affects Your Love Life – Here’s How!

February 22, 2023

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Does the Valentine’s Day season have you feeling unlucky in love? According to a recent survey, improving your chances of finding it could be as simple as improving your oral health! To learn three ways your smile affects your love life, read on.


How Long Does Cosmetic Dentistry Last?

January 25, 2023

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Smiling woman with her had on her faceEveryone can have the smile of their dreams with cosmetic dentistry, but how long will your results last? Every mouth and situation differs. Some procedures have a lifespan of a few years, while others can thrive for a lifetime. Here’s how long you can expect your new smile to last and what you can do to get the most from your investment.


How to Enjoy the Holidays While Healing from Oral Surgery

December 1, 2022

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Do you want to replace a missing tooth with a dental implant? Do you need to remove impacted wisdom teeth? Many people choose to schedule oral surgery around the holidays since they will be taking time off work anyway. However, you might be worried that you won’t be able to fully enjoy the festive season after your procedure. Fortunately, it’s still possible to travel, enjoy traditional food, and spend time with family after oral surgery. You will just have to take certain precautions. Keep reading below to learn more.


4 Ways Dental Implants Can Offer an Enjoyable Holiday Season

November 8, 2022

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a woman eating with dental implants in Jacksonville

Are you struggling with missing one or several teeth? If so, you may be dreading the holiday season. The last thing you want is to have difficulties with tasks like enjoying your meals, conversing with your loved ones, and smiling for group photos. Fortunately, you can resolve these issues by getting dental implants. With these porcelain and titanium restorations, you’ll be able to rebuild your pearly whites and maintain your jawbone for several decades to a lifetime! Read on to learn how you can enjoy your holiday meals by eating with dental implants.


Hocus Pocus! 4 Magical Tips for a Healthy Halloween Smile

October 6, 2022

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jack o' lanterns with teeth

Witches flying! Ghosts a-haunting! Fairies fluttering! Halloween is an exciting time to decorate, dress up, and devour treats. However, trick-or-treat candy can give our oral health a scary time.  Sugar from candy fuels cavity-causing bacteria in your mouth, which puts you at a higher risk of gum disease and tooth decay. But with these helpful tips from your local dentist, you and your family can still enjoy all that Halloween has to offer without the scary cavities!


6 Things You Should Know Before Getting Invisalign

September 28, 2022

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Woman smiling while holding Invisalign aligner

Do you want to straighten your teeth without the metal? Who wouldn’t! With Invisalign, patients can discreetly achieve the smiles of their dreams without the brackets, complicated oral hygiene regimens, and dietary restrictions. Of course, there are still a few things you should know before committing to treatment. To learn what they are, keep reading.

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