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Treat Your Gum Disease with Laser Technology

Treat Your Gum Disease with Laser Technology

Don’t let gum disease overtake your smile. If you have red, puffy or bleeding gums, seek treatment sooner rather than later. While early gum disease (gingivitis) is easily and conservatively treated, more advanced periodontal disease can cause major threats to your oral health and body health.

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Cosmetic Bonding: An Easy Way to Love Your Smile

Cosmetic Bonding: An Easy Way to Love Your Smile

Do you cover your teeth when you laugh? Perhaps you close your lips when smiling for pictures. At Peninsula Dentistry, we want every patient to have access to a confident smile. Because we recognize the importance of attractive teeth, we proudly offer a full menu of services in cosmetic dentistry. While you may assume cosmetic dental treatments are lengthy or expensive, you’ll be glad to know that cosmetic dental bonding is one of the easiest and most affordable solutions to enhance your smile. Find out if your dental imperfections can be fixed with bonding.

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Are You Getting Enough Protection from Your Sports Mouthguard?

Are You Getting Enough Protection from Your Sports Mouthguard?

According to the American Dental Association, about a third of dental emergencies are related to sports. When high speeds, flying balls and competitive players come together, it can be a recipe for a dental disaster. Mouth injuries can occur whether you are a serious professional athlete or weekend warrior playing or fun. These can include knocked-out teeth, loose teeth, broken teeth and other traumatic dental injuries that require immediate treatment.

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When Your Snoring Needs Attention

When Your Snoring Needs Attention

While it can be quite disruptive to your bed partner, snoring is common. However, you shouldn’t just ignore your snoring habit, especially if you have been told you snore loudly or it occurs with episodes of gasping for air throughout the night. This can indicate sleep apnea, a sleep condition that is far more dangerous to your health than simple or primary snoring.

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Patient Preferred Dental Injections

Patient Preferred Dental Injections

For many patients, it is not the pain of a filling or crown that causes anxiety; it is typically the fear of the aesthetic injection that precedes the treatment. Fortunately, modern dental technology has delivered ways to address this fear and eliminate the dreaded discomfort of receiving a shot in the dental chair.

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Bone Loss and Dental Implants

Bone Loss and Dental Implants

Missing teeth lead to a host of unwanted problems that go beyond the unattractive gaps within your smile. In fact, some of the biggest setbacks from a missing permanent tooth is what goes on beneath the gum line. A lost tooth also means a lost tooth root.

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Why Straight Teeth Matter

Why Straight Teeth Matter

Think your crooked teeth are just a cosmetic burden? Think again. While orthodontics can certainly boost the appearance of your smile, there are some valued benefits that straight teeth can offer towards your dental health too. If you are an adult who has avoided or dismissed orthodontic treatment, we invite you to consider what there is to gain from this investment.

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Help Your Whitening Results Last

Help Your Whitening Results Last

Having a bright white smile is one of the most incredible accessories that you can own. A beautiful smile portrays confidence, welcomes others into your presence, and is seen as an attractive quality. Millions of Americans choose to have their teeth whitened each year in the United States. There are highly effective options that can be performed by dentists that provide convenient and reasonably priced results. Many bleaching systems can give outstanding results in just an hour.

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Healthy Choices for a Healthy Smile

Healthy Choices for a Healthy Smile

If you ask 100 people what they could do to be healthier, most of them would have very similar answers. Giving up smoking, exercising more, drinking less alcohol, getting more sleep, and eating a healthy diet are the most common things people think of when they think of “getting healthy.” However, there is another area to consider when it comes to making healthy choices – how your beverage choices impact the health of your smile.

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