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Concluding Waterlase Dentistry

Waterlase Dentistry, performed at Grayhills & Mohip Dental, is so incredible that we need to spend another blog post illustrating the details. I feel strongly about this, mostly because I know what it is like to be afraid of pain at the dentist. 293 more words

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Do You Need Dental Implants?

Dental implants are an artificial tooth root that an periodontist places up into the jaw to be certain replace tooth or bridge. This is a perfect option for lovers in good general oral health who are missing a tooth or teeth because of periodontal disease, an occurrence, or another reason. 535 more words

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Preparing for Dental Implants and Other Cosmetic Procedure

If you are considering having any type of dental procedure performed, there is a wide range of information that you should know. From reading through medical articles that provide practical information to obtaining material about routine dental extraction techniques from the dentist office, there is a huge amount of… 525 more words

Dental Implants

Many factors can contribute to the loss of your teeth, including cavities, poor oral hygiene leading to gum and periodontal disease, bite problems, infection, fractured roots, and accidents. 369 more words

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The Latest in Transitional Crowns-Bio Temp Provisionals

We continue to improve our ways to help our patients through longer dental procedure periods with the use of a highly functional and esthetic solution called Bio Temp Provisional Crowns. 171 more words


Waterlase Dentistry Continued

Last week, we started to discuss the many benefits of Wasterlase Dentistry. I mentioned how this incredible technology single-handedly took away my dental anxiety. That is because it has the ability to cut down (possibly eliminate) injections from your filling experience. 241 more words

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