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4 Ways to Boost Your Confidence and Smile This Summer

May 14, 2021

Filed under: Uncategorized — Greg Riley @ 2:57 pm
a young woman wearing a hat and carrying a hand fan while on the beach and showing off her beautiful smile

Whether you’re planning a trip to another part of Florida with family or hopping in the car for a long road trip to the west coast with friends this summer, you’ll want your smile to look and feel its best. Because there are bound to be endless photos taken, ensuring your teeth and gums reflect the image you want is essential, which is why a cosmetic dentist is here to share 4 unique treatments that will boost your smile and give you the confidence you deserve.

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From Consultation to Retainer: The Invisalign Treatment Process

April 15, 2021

Filed under: Uncategorized — Greg Riley @ 4:59 pm
Dentist placing Invisalign trays in patient's mouth

Decades prior, addressing crowded, crooked, or spaced-out teeth required wearing metal brackets and dark-colored wires for 12+ months. That all changed when Invisalign introduced clear aligners in the late 1990s. Since then, millions of patients have achieved their smile goals discreetly, in a fraction of the time, and without the inconvenient dietary restrictions. However, despite its popularity, few are entirely familiar with what to expect from the Invisalign treatment process. With this in mind, keep reading for a step-by-step breakdown!

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Eeny Meeny Miny Moe: Choosing Veneers or Crowns

March 8, 2021

Filed under: Uncategorized — Greg Riley @ 3:47 pm
woman smiling and choosing veneers or crowns

Maybe you’re not the most decisive person. It has taken you a long time to finally move forward with a smile makeover, and you can imagine what your new and improved teeth will look like. But your decisions aren’t over yet. Should you get veneers or crowns? What are the pros and cons to both options? How are you going to decide between these treatments? Read on to answer these questions and help you choose the right one for you!

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A Healthy Heart Starts with Your Smile

February 7, 2021

Filed under: Uncategorized — Greg Riley @ 3:44 pm
Outstretched hands holding heart for American Heart Health Month

When you hear the words “heart health,” you probably don’t think about brushing and flossing your teeth. However, a growing body of research suggests that you should! Countless studies have found that taking good care of your teeth and gums plays a significant role in the wellbeing of the rest of your body. While a healthy smile can positively influence your health and heart, poor oral health can lead to an increased risk of serious health conditions, including cardiovascular disease. Since February is American Heart Health Month, now is the perfect time to learn how keeping your heart healthy starts with your smile.

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4 Reasons to Choose Composite Resin Fillings

January 5, 2021

Filed under: Uncategorized — Greg Riley @ 5:39 pm
smiling older man with tooth-colored fillings

As part of the older generation, you’re pretty set in your ways. Although everyone these days raves about the latest technology, you find good, old-fashioned values appealing. Maybe you even are suspicious of new innovations or changes. When you were younger and got a cavity, your dentist used amalgam fillings, which consist of mercury, silver, tin, and copper. Now, as you get a cavity, your dentist wants to place tooth-colored fillings. What was wrong with the old way of doing it? Is this change really for the best? In this post, you’ll learn about four reasons why you should get tooth-colored fillings over amalgam.

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Dental Safety in Palm Beach Gardens (Part 1)

August 3, 2020

Filed under: Uncategorized — Greg Riley @ 2:37 pm
patient signing in to visit dentist near palm beach gardens

When COVID-19 reached the U.S., it shook up our daily way of life. Many people began questioning where it was safe to go, when it was safe to go there, and what businesses were doing to protect their clients and customers. Perhaps you even wondered, “Is it safe to visit my dentist near Palm Beach Gardens?” The answer to that question is yes! In this blog post, you’ll learn about just some of the measures that your dental team has in place to protect you.

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Dental Safety & COVID-19 (Part 1)

July 29, 2020

Filed under: Uncategorized — Greg Riley @ 7:16 pm
Dentist near Jupiter wearing PPE with patient

Since March, significant measures have been put in place to fight against the spread of COVID-19. After months of social distancing, face coverings, and stay-at-home orders, the transition out of quarantine has begun. However, it is more important now than ever that proper infection control and sanitation measures are followed. Therefore, your dentist near Jupiter is dedicating their time, skills, and resources to ensure their patients’ safety at their dental appointment during COVID-19. Read on for seven measures you can expect at your next visit.

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How Your Dentist Prepares for Your Appointments During COVID-19

June 23, 2020

Filed under: Uncategorized — Greg Riley @ 5:39 pm
smiling dentist near Jupiter wearing mask and face shield

Before the outbreak of COVID-19, your dental team had a fairly simple procedure for preparing to see you. They would thoroughly wash their hands, put on fresh gloves and a mask, make sure their instruments were sterile, and then get to work. Now, however, times have changed. Your dentist near Jupiter has implemented strict protocols to ensure that you are safe during your appointments. In this blog post, we’ll discuss just a few of steps they are taking to protect you.

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Safe and Creative Ways to Greet Your Dental Team During COVID-19

May 27, 2020

Filed under: Uncategorized — Greg Riley @ 8:29 pm
Two men in masks bumping elbows to greet each other

Handshakes and hugs are wonderful ways to greet your dental team because these gestures convey warmth and friendliness. Unfortunately, they are not wise practices during COVID-19. Keeping your distance from people is one of the best ways to protect both your health and theirs. How, then, can you greet your dental team in a friendly manner without initiating unnecessary contact? Here are some creative ideas.

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Dental Emergency? Skip the ER and Call Your Dentist Instead

April 27, 2020

Filed under: Uncategorized — Greg Riley @ 8:23 pm
frowning woman with toothache, in need of emergency dentist

When a severe toothache or a dental injury strikes, your first instinct might be to head to the local hospital emergency room. After all, the staff there are trained to provide fast care for serious medical problems. And they may give you a prescription to help with the pain. However, there are several reasons why you should avoid the ER and call your dentist instead. In this article, we discuss some of those reasons.

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