June 4, 2020
Clean air is not just threatened by too many vehicles on the roads or pollution from industrial factories. Although too tiny to be visible by the naked eye, some viruses can actually stay suspended in the air in microscopic particles for a long period of time and infect nearby people. That is why more and more dental offices across New Hampshire and the nation are investing in surgically clean air systems to protect dentists and the patients they serve. As the fight against the coronavirus continues, surgically clean air adds a critical extra layer of protection for dentists and patients alike. Keep reading to learn more about this innovative air purification system and how it can help keep you safe.
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May 22, 2020
COVID-19 hit, and suddenly even a simple trip to the dentist became anxiety-inducing for at-risk patients. Although the virus can infect anyone, those who are over 65 or who have a pre-existing medical condition are particularly susceptible. With a higher likelihood of contracting the virus coupled with the mandates to stay at home for safety, many began having concerns about their upcoming dentist visit. Here are four common concerns of at-risk patients, answered by a dentist.
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April 22, 2020
Most of us know that toothbrushes were simply not designed to last forever. This is evident when you look at a really old toothbrush and notice the frayed, worn-down bristles. However, the majority of people use their toothbrush for far beyond its recommended lifespan. Just how long is that, anyway? Keep reading as a dentist explains how often you should replace your toothbrush for optimal oral health.
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March 22, 2020
Do you feel a jolt of discomfort when something cold or hot hits your teeth? This is a common oral health problem known as dental sensitivity that countless people suffer from. In fact, past studies have estimated that one out of every eight people in the United States has sensitive teeth. This issue can be the result of an even more serious problem or something as simple as genetics. That’s why it’s important to know the signs of whether or not you should visit your emergency dentist or just use toothpaste made for sensitive teeth. Read on to learn more about sensitive teeth and how you can tell if the problem warrants the need for urgent treatment.
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February 27, 2020
With Invisalign, you can overcome a misaligned
bite and straighten your teeth to achieve the smile you’ve always wanted.
But, there is a way to make the procedure even more efficient: with Propel
Orthodontics. As you continue reading, you’ll learn how the VPro5 and
Excellerator Series can take your smile and confidence to the next level in
less time than ever before!
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January 28, 2020
Using activated charcoal is the newest big trend on the
health and beauty scene. Kim Kardashian, Shailene Woodley, and Gwyneth Paltrow
are just a few of the celebrities who promote this black, grainy paste for
whiter teeth. But is this viral whitening treatment really effective and safe
to use? Read on as your cosmetic dentist explains the benefits as well as the
drawbacks of using activated charcoal on your teeth and how you can get the brighter smile
you’ve always wanted.
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December 22, 2019
For people with dental insurance, there is one less barrier
between them and excellent oral health. That’s because most plans will, at a
minimum, cover at least one preventive care appointment each year.
Additionally, it will pay for a portion of any essential dental care they may
need that falls within the plan’s yearly maximum. But what about people who
don’t have dental
insurance? Are they to just give up on their oral health? At Generations
Dental Care, we provide a means for everyone to enjoy the positive benefits of
receiving consistent and comprehensive dental care. As you continue reading,
you’ll discover how you can still visit your dentist with no insurance!
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November 9, 2019
Without question, dental implants are an outstanding solution for missing teeth, which may explain why an estimated 5 million implants are placed each year. In addition to offering unparalleled strength and stability, they can also last a lifetime. But when you’re trying to decide on whether implants are right for you, it’s natural to have questions about how the procedure works, whether it’s painful, and whether IV sedation is necessary. In this blog, you’ll get answers to all those questions to help you make the best decision for your needs. Keep reading below to learn more!
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June 8, 2019
You’ve already made the decision to get the best restorative treatment out there, or maybe you’re still thinking about it. Either way, you’re probably wondering about how long it’ll take before you can start enjoying your natural-looking and feeling teeth. Getting dental implants can be intimidating, especially if you have dental anxiety. But it doesn’t have to be if you know what to expect along the way. Here’s an overview of the healing process and what you can anticipate after surgery.
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April 9, 2019
Dental emergencies can be painful and traumatic. With the
many variables that contribute to an emergency, there are a wide range of
treatment options that your dentist may use. In certain cases, tooth extraction
is the only option your dentist has to get you out of pain and prevent further
problems. Additionally, some extractions can be more complicated than others.
Keep reading to learn more about tooth extractions and their process.
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