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The Lowdown on Bruxism

Do you have a friend or a family member who grinds their teeth — especially when they are sleeping? This might be due to a case of Bruxism. Bruxism is an oral condition that is characterized by involuntary grinding the teeth during the night, and, even in some cases, during the day. Bruxism is a […]

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Everything You Need To Know About The Smile Makeover

Is something – or even multiple things – keeping you from your ideal smile? It can be hard and embarrassing to live with a smile that you don’t love, but thankfully there’s a solution that can help youth almost any problem you have with your pearly whites whatsoever. At Smile Designs Dentistry, we know how […]

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7 Oral Health Concerns for Those Over 50

When they say “age is all in your head,” they’re probably right. But then, your teeth ARE in your head — so you likely can’t escape having to pay a little more attention to them after the age of 50. Although some oral health concerns are seen as common as we age, if you adopt […]

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The Perfect Road Map For Your Child’s Oral Health

On July 3rd, 1806, two years into their journey to chart the uncharted west of America, pioneer explorers Meriwether Lewis and William Clark reached a challenge of epic proportion – the Rocky Mountains. What next, they wondered? Without a map, they were forced to do what explorers do – explore, and hope for the best. […]

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Saving Space for Permanent Teeth with a Space Maintainer

If your little one’s teeth have begun to fall out, and their permanent replacements appear to be lagging far behind, you may wish to consider a space maintainer to minimize future orthodontic work. Believe it or not, the absence of your child’s teeth might seem cute now, but those tiny little gaps can cause deep […]

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The “Harmless” Habit That Could Make Your Teeth Fall Out. Literally

Do you wake up some mornings with a headache of origins you can’t define? Do you experience vague muscle pain in your face? If so, you may be experiencing symptoms of bruxism. What’s bruxism? You likely know it by its more informal name – two names, actually: “clenching” and “grinding.” It’s also not something you’ll […]

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