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4 Things You Should Do Now to Keep Your Teeth for a Lifetime

Too many people assume that losing teeth is a natural part of life. The truth is, though, that you should be able to hold onto your teeth for as long as you want. Yes, you can have the same smile well into retirement age and beyond. At the Center for Restorative, Cosmetic and Implant Dentistry, […]
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When Will The Adult Teeth Come In?

It’s normal to wonder when your child’s smile will transition. Just keep in mind that the guidelines given here aren’t hard-and-fast rules. There’s still room for variation with each child’s unique genetic timetable.
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Why Can’t I Get a Silver Filling?

For decades, anyone who went to the dentist’s to get a cavity filled came back with a shiny silver restoration. But that trend has been changing in the past several years. Nowadays, most dentists have switched to placing only the tooth-colored kind. Why? White Fillings Are Prettier You have to admit it, a tooth looks […]
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What Moms-to-Be Should Know About Dental Health

Like other Chesapeake area moms, if you’re expecting, you’re concerned with how to stay healthy for your baby. Prenatal checkups, vitamins, a healthy diet, and safe exercise are critical to a successful delivery. Why leave out your teeth?
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Should You Get an Implant Bridge?

If you’re missing a tooth, you could be a candidate for a dental bridge. Bridges do more than just fill in a gap in your smile. They help you chew comfortably and preserve the alignment of the rest of your teeth. But what if you are missing more than one tooth? A traditional bridge is […]
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Three Reasons to Reconsider Skipping Your Root Canal Treatment

Root canals are one of the last lines of defense for saving a badly damaged or infected tooth. If you’re hesitant about scheduling your endodontic treatment or keep putting it off, here are three things you should know: Root Canals are Not as Scary as You Think They Are Having a root canal is almost […]
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Finding a Dentist for Special Care Patients

Being the parent or caregiver of someone that needs special care is a full-time job. From attending therapies to researching medications, you’ve practically earned an honorary doctorate degree! Choosing a dentist for your child or loved one is an important step in providing comprehensive health services to someone with special care requirements. Here are a […]
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