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Veneers vs. Braces: What’s Best for Your Smile

If you’re asking: what’s best for my smile braces or veneers? Keep reading to learn about the latest dental solutions to enhance your smile. When you feel insecure about your teeth, you smile less. And, who wants that? Your smile communicates beyond words. It’s only natural to want to have a healthy, attractive smile. These …

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Do dental crowns hurt?

Dental crowns do an outstanding job of covering and replacing damaged and discolored teeth. But, many people worry that it’s painful to get a crown. The question is: is it the procedure itself that is painful or is the recovery? Does the dental procedure to place a crown hurt? The short answer is no. Getting …

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Are veneers permanent?

Veneers are the perfect treatment for anyone who wants a beautiful smile, but are they a permanent solution? The answer depends on what materials are used in the veneers and the type of tooth preparation required in advance.  Most veneers are made from three materials: porcelain, composite, and ceramic. Each material has benefits and disadvantages. …

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Do Veneers Hurt?

Veneers are a popular way to achieve a radiant smile. But you might wonder: do veneers hurt? It’s a common misconception when people hear how teeth are prepared for veneers. Generally, getting veneers does not hurt. It may take you some time to adapt to your new teeth and how they fit together. You probably …

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What is sedation dentistry?

Many dental patients find that sedation dentistry is an effective way to minimize discomfort and anxiety during dental procedures. Also called “twilight sleep,” sedation dentistry creates a state of short-term amnesia and insensitivity to pain, without losing consciousness. Sedation dentistry comes in three forms: Pills Gas Intravenous sedatives Let’s review the differences to find out …

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