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What to do if One of Your Crowns Falls Out
Posted May 13, 2016. When Every Smile installed your crown it was to restore the function and appearance of the enamel layer of a tooth for a long time. Unfortunately, there are instances where something like a blow to the face, a hard fall or issues with chronic periodontal disease can weaken the cement anchoring
Having Your Braces Adjusted
Posted April 27, 2016. Having Dr. Scott Lee install braces on your teeth is just the very first step in the process or realigning your teeth for a more functional mouth and an appealing smile. In order to effectively realign your teeth your braces will require routine adjustment sessions. Each adjustment session minutely stretches the
Let Our Sedation Dentistry Calm Your Fears
Posted April 11, 2016. Today we would like to speak with you about sedation dentistry, a service we are proud to offer our patients. If you are one of those people who is afraid to see your dentist because of dental anxiety, rest assured, you are not alone! Many people experience dental anxiety, whether from
Oral Cancer: Things to Be Aware Of
Posted March 22, 2016. The uncontrollable growth of cells that invade and damage the surrounding tissues is called cancer. A sore or growth that will not go away develops in the mouth when an individual has oral cancer. Oral cancer can manifest in the lips, tongue, cheeks, floor of the mouth, and hard palate. This
Brushing and Flossing with Braces
Posted March 4, 2016. After choosing to straighten your teeth, it is very important to care for your teeth and braces. The brackets, wires, and other parts of your braces will attract food and plaque. If not cleaned properly, this can stain or damage the teeth. Dr. Lee and Dr. Kohler recommend that you brush
Why People Should Visit An Oral Surgery Specialist Regularly
Many patients begin to panic when hearing their dentist recommend an oral surgeon for their condition. There is no need to panic, though, because an oral surgeon deals with countless routine procedures. They think that being referred to an oral surgeon means they are suffering from an unusual or sever condition. We have some beneficial

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