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Dental Emergency Tips: What to Do If You Have a Chipped Tooth

September 16, 2019

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Chipped tooth

The enamel of the teeth is the strongest material in the body; even your bones aren’t as tough! Unfortunately, durable doesn’t mean indestructible, and even your teeth can become chipped or broken. If left alone, this kind of damage can lead to even worse problems over time – even tooth loss! Read on to learn what you need to do if you ever chip a tooth, as well as what your emergency dentist can do to help.


How Does Gum Disease in Rexburg Affect Your Heart?

August 12, 2019

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One night you remember to floss for the first time in a while. Your gums feel a little irritated, but you figure that’s only because it’s been a hot minute. Then you notice a pink spot on your floss. You rinse your mouth out to discover that your gums are bleeding! This is a sign of gum disease, a condition that has been linked to heart problems. How so? Let’s examine the connection between your heart and gum disease in Rexburg.


Need to “Reschedule?” 3 Dangers of Avoiding the Dentist in Rexburg

July 6, 2019

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When it’s time to go to the dentist, you might be like most people who are looking to find any reason not to go. Whether it’s the sound of the tools or the poking and prodding, there are plenty of reasons why someone will “reschedule” their dentist appointment. While it might seem harmless at the time, it can be harmful to your oral health. So, if you’re contemplating looking for a way out of your next appointment, a dentist in Rexburg shares 3 dangers to avoiding your regular dental checkup and cleaning.


Missing Teeth? Discover What to Expect from the Dental Implant Process

June 5, 2019

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dental implant

Dental implants are one of the most advanced, reliable, and stable tooth replacement solutions available. In comparison to other forms of restorative treatment, they not only last longer, but they also provide your mouth with a fully restored tooth, keeping your jawbone strong and stimulated. If you’re preparing to have your missing teeth replaced with this superior form of restorative dentistry, let us walk you through the dental implant process and how long you can expect it take for your implants to heal.


Your Cosmetic Dentist in Rexburg Can Renew Your Smile For Summer

May 15, 2019

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Not only are you standing up in your best friend’s wedding this summer, but your little brother is also graduating. With all these summer events, the last thing you want to worry about is your embarrassing smile. Lucky for you, your cosmetic dentist in Rexburg offers a variety of procedures to conceal and fix imperfections like gaps, chips, stains, cracks, and misshapen teeth. Enjoy looking back on pictures featuring a bright and seamless smile you’re proud to show off. Read on to learn about a few services that could benefit you.


How to Save up to $2,500 with your Dental Insurance

October 31, 2018

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If you are lucky enough to have dental insurance, let us save you up to $2,500 in the next couple of months.

Avoid a costly mistake

‘Tis the season, and among the hustle and bustle of all the end of the year holidays it is too easy to let your dental benefits expire. This can be a costly mistake, especially if you have any dental needs.

Each year, dental insurance will provide you with a benefit of up to $2,500, depending on your plan. That money can go a long way towards minimizing how much money comes out of your pocket for a healthy and painless smile. Especially if you use this year’s benefits to start the procedure, and then use next years to finish up.

Every year, I see tons of people pay more than they need for their dental care. Why? Procrastination, fear, concerns about cost, and busy schedules are common reasons. Many of these people didn’t even know they had a tooth problem until a month or two into the new year when a toothache waylayed them.

Given that teeth problems do not get less painful, less expensive, or heal without treatment, not using each year’s insurance is an expensive mistake.


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