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The Top 4 Ways to Find the Right Invisalign Provider

February 19, 2021

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Woman smiling while holding an Invisalign clear aligner

Invisalign has quickly become the premier choice for straightening teeth with clear aligners. With many so called “experts” offering this service, it can often be difficult when looking for the right Invisalign provider. However, your search doesn’t have to be a struggle! You can use these top 4 tips for choosing the best Invisalign provider to ensure that you enjoy a safe and effective treatment.


Celebrate American Heart Month by Taking Care of Your Smile

February 2, 2021

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woman holding a red love heart in her hands

If you’re like most people, you associate February with flowers, chocolates, and heart-shaped candies. However, that’s not the only heart you should be thinking about! February is also American Heart Month, which means that now is the perfect time to learn about keeping your heart healthy. One easy way to do that is by preventing gum disease, which has been directly linked to cardiovascular issues. Here’s what you need to know about how caring for your smile can benefit your heart health.


4 Reasons Your Teeth Aren’t Tracking with My Invisalign Treatment

January 18, 2021

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Person holding up a clear aligner in front of a yellow background

It’s time to move on to the next set of trays in your Invisalign treatment, but your teeth don’t seem to line up with your aligners. Wearing clear aligners requires a significant time commitment, effort and money. When the treatment gets off track, there can be many different causes, but rest assured that the progression of your treatment is important to both you and your dentist. Here are 4 reasons your Invisalign may be off and how you can get your treatment back on track.


4 Reasons to Start 2021 with a Visit to the Dentist

January 4, 2021

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Woman smiling

If achieving your best smile is on your list of New Year’s resolutions for 2021, starting the year with a dental checkup is the best way to get started. Visiting the dentist at the beginning of the year also comes with quite a few benefits. Here are 4 reasons to schedule a visit with your dentist now!


Invisalign or Veneers: How Should You Fix Your Crooked Teeth?

December 22, 2020

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Dentist and patient discussing the difference between Invisalign and veneers

Have you always wanted a straighter smile, but hate the idea of wearing noticeable metal wires and brackets? If so, there’s good news! Thanks to modern dental technology and techniques, there are a variety of cosmetic treatments that can correct your slightly crooked teeth. Read on as your Orange Park dentist describes the difference between Invisalign and veneers, two popular ways to straighten teeth, and how to tell which one is right for you!


Why Are Cracked Teeth on the Rise During the COVID-19 Pandemic?

December 12, 2020

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woman hides her cracked teeth during COVID-19

During the COVID-19 pandemic, many businesses, companies, and entire industries have struggled to stay afloat. However, it seems that dental practices are busier than ever! Dentists all over the world are reporting that they’ve been treating an increasing number of cracked teeth and other oral health issues since the beginning of the pandemic. So how is the COVID-19 pandemic causing so many people to damage their teeth? Read on as your Orange Park dentist reveals the top three reasons why cracked teeth are on the rise during quarantine and what you can do to keep your smile safe.


The Non-Cosmetic Benefits of Using Botox

November 5, 2020

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a young man with a dark beard and his eyes closed receiving a BOTOX injection

When you hear the word “Botox,” you likely think of someone having injections to reduce fine lines and wrinkles. While you’re not wrong, you may be surprised to learn there are additional benefits to having this type of injection. Not only can it improve your overall aesthetic, but it can also reduce chronic jaw pain, treat muscle spasms, and decrease the frequency of migraines. If you’re ready to learn more about the non-cosmetic benefits of Botox, read on.


The Evolution of Teeth Whitening Over the Years

October 22, 2020

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Woman after teeth whitening

Teeth whitening has become very popular in the last few years. Afterall, who doesn’t want to have a beautiful, bright, white smile. But did you know that it has been around for a long time? It’s true! Even before you could find whitening products on the shelf at the supermarket there were people using all sorts of methods to brighten up their teeth. Continue reading to learn more about the origins of teeth whitening and how it evolved into what it is today.


Best and Worst Holiday Foods for Your Smile

October 5, 2020

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The holidays are almost here! No matter what you are celebrating this season, you are probably looking forward to some of your favorite holiday foods to fill your stomach. However, they all affect your smile in one way or another. Even if you brush and floss regularly and see your dentist for regular cleanings and checkups, making the right choices regarding what you are putting into your body is crucial for optimal oral health. Here are some of the worst and best holiday foods for your smile.


Should You Get a Dental Savings Plan If You’re Uninsured?

September 24, 2020

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dental savings plan with clipboard on desk

There are three main options when it comes to financing your dental care: utilizing dental insurance, paying with cash, or using a dental savings plan. If your job doesn’t provide dental insurance and you’d like to minimize the amount of money you spend at the dentist’s office, it might behoove you to look into a dental savings plan. Keep reading below to learn how these plans work so you can decide if they’re right for you.

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