Abundant Dental Care Blog

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Covid-19 Corona Virus Updates

Posted on Mar 13th 2020

We have received clearance to resume routine care of our patients, and we're excited to keep you on track for your dental health. We want you to know we are up to date and following all protective measures. We Look forward to serving you.

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The Benefits of Dental Veneers

Posted on Jun 20th 2018

Porcelain veneers can immediately transform an individual's smile. They are thin shells of custom medical-grade ceramic that are attached to the front portion of the teeth. This procedure is incredibly popular because of how natural they look and are used in a wide range of cosmetic correction from teeth whitening to orthodontic adjustment. Individually crafted for each patient, these cosmetic enhancements are made from an advanced material that closely resembles the appearance of natural dental enamel.

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Tooth Extraction: Five Tips to Help You Heal

Posted on May 29th 2018

It's something that happens to most of us and dreaded by nearly everyone: tooth extractions. There are several reasons why you may end up needing one. Decay caused by cavities, periodontal (gum) disease, or wisdom teeth removal are among the top reasons why dentists perform extractions on their patients. No matter what the reason for your tooth extraction, one fact remains the same: now, you have to heal.

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How Does a Dentist Place a Crown?

Posted on May 18th 2018

At Abundant Dental Care, we realize that knowing what to expect for a dental crown procedure can relieve stress. We want to educate our patients on the dental procedures we provide and help them feel at ease when they come to see us.

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Dental Hygiene Tips to Help with Bad Breath

Posted on Mar 28th 2018

Unfortunately bad breath is more common than you think. At Abundant Dental Care we empathize with patients that come to us with concerns about bad breath, or halitosis in dentist lingo. We understand that this is an issue that can negatively affect important interactions like talking with a boss or making a first impression on a date. We also know that the primary cause of bad breath is poor dental hygiene, such as not teeth cleaning as often as you should. Even if you believe that your dental hygiene is adequate, there are always ways in which you can improve your oral health. The following details some of the most useful tips when battling against halitosis.

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