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15
Apr

Dentures and Partials: Restoring Confidence in Your Smile

A healthy and confident smile is more than just a display of joy; it’s a reflection of self-assurance and well-being. However, for many individuals, gaps in their smile caused by missing teeth can lead to feelings of self-consciousness and anxiety. Fortunately, modern dentistry offers an effective solution to restore the beauty of your smile. Yes, we are talking about dentures

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15
Apr

The Impact of Sugary Drinks on Your Dental Health

Convenience often dictates our dietary choices and that’s why sugary drinks have become a staple for many. From the refreshing fizz of sodas to the comforting warmth of sweetened coffees and teas, these beverages offer a quick energy boost and an immediate satisfaction to our taste buds. However, the fleeting pleasure they provide comes at a cost, particularly to our

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15
Apr

The Science Behind Teeth Whitening: Myths vs. Facts

Teeth whitening is a popular cosmetic procedure that promises a brighter, more appealing smile. However, numerous myths have emerged amidst its growing popularity, blurring the line between scientific facts and fiction. In this article, we’ll uncover some of the most common ideas on teeth whitening and determine if it’s a myth or fact. Teeth Whitening Damages Enamel Myth: One of

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27
Feb

Why Dental Implants Are a Superior Choice for Tooth Replacement

In the world of restorative dentistry, the advancements in technology and methods have significantly broadened the options available for tooth replacement. Among these options, dental implants stand out as a superior choice for many patients. Dr. Kawveh Nofallah, who specializes in general, restorative, and cosmetic dentistry, provides insightful information on the benefits of dental implants based on his extensive experience

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4
Jan

The Importance of Regular Dental Checkups: Taking Care of Your Oral Health

What is Preventative Dentistry? Preventive dentistry focuses on maintaining healthy teeth and gums, which involves regular dental checkups, professional cleanings, and educating patients about good oral hygiene practices. Preventive dentistry helps avoid more serious and costly dental problems by identifying potential issues early. Regular dental checkups keep your oral health in check and serve as a critical preventive measure against

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6
Dec

How Can Cosmetic Dentistry Improve Your Smile?

Many of our patients ask Dr. Nofallah, “How can cosmetic dentistry improve my smile?” Our answer? “In several amazing ways!” Cosmetic dentistry in Lakeland can make your smile noticeably whiter, brighter, and healthier-looking, both immediately and in the long run. Cosmetic dentistry can address a number of aesthetic issues, such as: Chipped or cracked teeth Unsightly spaces or gaps between

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21
Nov

At-Home vs. Professional Teeth Whitening

If you want to have whiter teeth, you’re not alone. Teeth whitening is a popular dental service that helps dental patients achieve their whitest, brightest smile. Using at home teeth whitening products or going to the dentist for professional teeth whitening, you can achieve a whiter smile that makes you feel confident. Which type of whitening procedure is best for

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21
Nov

How Bad Oral Hygiene Can Lead to Oral Cancer

Bad oral hygiene is associated with a variety of problems, including gum disease, tooth loss, bad breath and tooth stains/discolorations. Taking care of your teeth can help make your smile attractive and beautiful to behold, but did you know that poor oral hygiene is strongly associated with oral cancer? According to a publication in the National Library of Medicine, failure

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28
Jul

What Dental Crown Types Work Best?

Dental crowns act as a cover, or cap, over damaged teeth to restore their strength and structure. Over time, our teeth can chip, crack, or otherwise become compromised due to an injury, decay, or even simply wear and tear from everyday use. Applying one of several dental crown types is an excellent way to restore the tooth when a dental

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2
May

What Are Dental Fillings Made of?

Cavities, also known as tooth decay, are extremely common. So common, in fact, that according to the CDC, about 90% of adults in the United States have had at least one at some point in their lives. That staggering number indicates that almost everyone in the U.S. has had or will need a dental filling, but interestingly, many people have

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