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When Should a Person Switch Dentists?

Switching dentists can be a hard decision, but patients need to make a change if they notice things aren’t working out with the current practice. Knowing when to make the move can be hard, but there are some tips you can follow to help you find your new dental office or dental clinic in the

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How Often do Dental Implants Need to Be Replaced?

If you have been recommended for dental implants, you may wonder if they will ever have to be replaced. Implants are a permanent restorative solution for patients seeking that perfect smile. Dental implants look and feel natural in the mouth, and last upwards of 25 years if they are cared for properly. At Boulder Total

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What is the Difference Between Dental Implants & Veneers

Dental Veneers and Dental Implants both can give patients a beautiful white smile. Deciding what restorative or cosmetic option works best for you depends on the condition of your teeth. Our staff at Boulder Total Dentistry in Boulder, CO provides cosmetic and restorative consultations to all our patients to take a detailed look at your

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Dental Whitening Tips For A Bright And Beautiful Smile!

Each of us wants to a mega-watt bright smile, but then again, teeth whitening is not for everyone. Prior to book an expensive dental procedure in order to whiten teeth, think about these simple strategies of teeth whitening. In several cases, a couple of healthy habits and routine are all ones require to keep their sparkling white teeth! Here are some effective, simple teeth whitening strategies:

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What Is A Periodontist And Signs You Should See One?

one of the many branches of dentistry is periodontics. Here are some signs that clearly indicate that you need to visit a periodontist immediately.
Dentistry is a wide field that encompasses several different branches such as orthodontics, endodontics, prosthodontics, pediatrics, oral and maxillofacial, oral pathology, and periodontics. Four years of dental school qualifies an individual to practice general dentistry. For specialization, a general dentist has to undergo additional years of education and training.

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Orthodontic Treatment During Pregnancy

Pregnancy involves a series of changes for women that can affect the oral cavity, increasing the chances of suffering from cavities and periodontal diseases. That is why dentists recommend a complete review of the mouth at the time when pregnancy is known, in order to assess possible treatments.

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Why Is It Necessary To Take Care Of Baby Teeth

They are not permanent teeth, but we must take care of them as such. Baby teeth are an important part of a child’s physical development and, therefore, parents should be aware of the need to keep them in good condition until the appearance of definitive dentures. Your child pediatric dentist will advise you and your children how to care for the baby teeth.

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How Endodontics Is Performed

How Endodontics Is Performed

Damaged teeth due to caries that have not been treated can cause many problems. If the damage reaches the pulp of the tooth or even the nerve root, it can cause a lot of pain and even an infection that would cause them to lose the tooth if it is not treated as soon as possible. The best treatment a dentist can perform to prevent them from losing the tooth is endodontics.

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Is a Dental Crown Permanent?

Teeth that have broken, fractured or cracked may need to be crowned. Dental crowns are one of the most common restorations that help to not only enhance your smile but restore overall functioning to a particular area of the mouth. The crown can replace a tooth that is jagged, rough and broken so that you

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How Long Do Dental Crowns Last?

Dental crowns help to restore compromised teeth that have broken, cracked or fractured. Oftentimes, a crown is recommended after having a root canal, since the tooth is susceptible to breaking and chipping. Crowns are made to look like your natural teeth and are crafted from materials that are able to withstand quite a lot of

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