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3 Cosmetic Dental Treatments That Are Perfect for the Summer Months

June 22, 2021

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Are you ready for summer vacation? After all, this is the time of year that you have been waiting for ever since the beginning of winter. One way that you can get ready for the warmer weather is by preparing your smile for everything to come. Whether you are planning on spending time with friends by the pool or you are splurging on a beach vacation, you want to feel confident about your pearly whites. Here are a few treatments to consider.

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How COVID-19 is Changing How Dentists Currently See Patients

April 4, 2020

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If you’re keeping up with the news, you are becoming more familiar with the ways COVID-19 is impacting the world. From nearly desolate interstates to closed businesses to individuals donning masks and gloves at the grocery stores, this reality is quickly becoming the new normal. It’s also having an impact on your local healthcare providers, including your dentist’s office. With most only seeing emergency patients, read on to find out what your dentist is doing to ensure the safety of anyone who requires immediate care during this time.

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What Should I Do if I Don’t Have Dental Insurance?

March 4, 2020

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Whether it is a regular dental checkup and cleaning or preparing to have a crown put into place, dental work of any kind is not cheap. This factor alone is one of the many reasons patients forgo seeing a dental professional and ultimately end up having serious problems over time. So, what can do you if you choose to see a dentist with no insurance to pay for the services you need? Find out about the many alternative options available to you that will ensure you receive the care you need without emptying your bank account.

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Confess Your Love For Your Smile On Valentine’s Day!

February 11, 2020

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Whether you’re single or have been married for decades, everyone knows that the true loves of your life are each one of your pearly whites. They make you feel confident, support your everyday endeavors of eating and speaking, and even play your greatest wingman by impressing onlookers with their beauty and brightness. Read on for some of the best ways to confess your love for your mouth for Valentine’s Day.

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New Year, New You, New Smile!

January 22, 2020

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How are your New Year’s resolutions going so far? Maybe you’ve been frequenting the gym, or perhaps you’ve created a smart plan to reach your financial goals. Your efforts deserve a big commendation! However, you might consider adding another resolution to your list: Boost your confidence by improving your smile. A dentist in Rexburg is here to talk about how a beautiful smile can affect your life and how you can own the teeth of your dreams.

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4 Tips from a Dentist in Rexburg for Keeping Cavities Away This Holiday Season

December 5, 2019

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Holiday meal

You’re enjoying a party at a friend’s house when suddenly there’s a severe pain in your tooth, giving you no choice but to call your dentist in Rexburg immediately. Not the way you wanted the holidays to go? Dental emergencies can happen even in the middle of a celebration – especially with all the extra sweets! Fortunately, you can follow these 4 simple steps to keep your teeth, gums, and dental work safe during the holiday season.

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Don’t Let Dental Dollars Expire! 5 Reasons to Use Your Dental Insurance

November 11, 2019

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How much do you pay for dental insurance every year? And are you actually using the benefits that you’ve paid for? Only about 2.8% of people with PPO dental plans manage to reach or exceed the annual maximum; if you’re not part of this group, you could be leaving hundreds of dollars of coverage on the table each year. Here are 5 reasons why you shouldn’t let your dental insurance benefits go to waste.

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How to Make Your Halloween Tooth-Friendly

October 15, 2019

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Halloween candy

The second-most popular holiday of the year is fast approaching, and it’ll be here before we know it. While Halloween may be fun for kids, getting cavities certainly isn’t! That’s why your dentist has written this helpful guide to a mouth-healthy Halloween. Continue reading to learn more about how to make sure your little one enjoys Halloween while staying away from tooth decay.

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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.

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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.

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