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Patient Stories 11/02/2017

This article was originally published in Tampa Health Care News. While many think orthodontics is strictly for teenagers, braces can actually solve a number of issues and provide a more aesthetically pleasing smile in adults. Having a proper bite and straight teeth also reduces the incidence of periodontal disease and cavities. Newlywed Bernadette Rosen is […]

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This article was originally published in Tampa Health Care News. Click here to read the original article. Long before Tawnya Brown discovered the joys of sedation dentistry, some traumatic experiences created an intense fear of the dental chair. Back in her early 20s, when she needed reconstructive work, the “cosmetic” dentist she chose treated her teeth badly. […]

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Patient Stories 10/11/2017

This article was originally published in Tampa Health Care News. Click here to read the original article. After repairing his infected and broken teeth, Jeff’s life has made a complete transformation. Jeff Kemmerer had become very self-conscious about his smile. Years of bad choices and dental neglect led to a mouthful of decayed and missing […]

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Oral Health 08/24/2017

For many people, the idea of a healthy mouth conjures images of gleaming pearly whites. But no matter how beautiful your teeth are, if your gums aren’t healthy, you could be putting yourself at risk for a slew of health ailments. Studies show that people with gum disease are more likely to have other chronic […]

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Holistic dentistry focuses on whole-body wellness that starts with the mouth. Holistic dentistry is an alternative approach to dentistry that believes your oral health is connected to your overall health. Rather than focusing solely on the health of your teeth and gums, holistic dentistry promotes the use of nontoxic, restorative materials to eliminate oral infections […]

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If you suffer from dental anxiety, you’re not alone. In fact, approximately 20 percent of Americans experience enough dentist-induced anxiety that they avoid going to the dentist until it’s absolutely necessary. Between five and eight percent of Americans avoid going to the dentist entirely out of fear. Let’s face it—most people don’t look forward to […]

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