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Treat Yourself This Year With Straight Teeth With Invisalign

With the holidays just around the corner, you deserve a special treat for yourself! One of the best ways to improve your self-confidence is to gift yourself a straight, white smile. Many of our patients don’t realize that they no longer must go through the hassles of traditional braces that many teenagers must deal with. Today, we offer Invisalign to create happier, straighter smiles in less time.

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Crowning Your Teeth: Could CEREC Be Right for You?

When people experienced chipped, missing, or otherwise damaged teeth, their dental professionals would often use dental crowns or bridges to fix the issue. In most cases, crowns and bridges require multiple visits – at least one to fix or prepare the damaged tooth and another to place a custom-made crown or bridge. With advancements in dental technology, Dr. Andrew Ferrier may be able to speed up the process with same-day CEREC dentistry.

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3 Surprising Reasons To Get Dental Implants

Are you wondering what tooth replacement option is the best choice for your missing teeth? While there is no right answer for anyone, dental implants have a unique set of benefits that other tooth replacement options do not. If you’re looking for a tooth replacement option that gives you the biggest bang for your buck, here are three surprising reasons to look into implant placement.

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The Truth About Implant-Supported Dentures

It is often a humbling thing to experience the loss of a single tooth, let alone multiple teeth. You count on your teeth for so much, particularly speaking and eating, yet you often take them for granted. When they are suddenly not there, it can be disorientating and a blow to your confidence. Luckily, there are options available to get your confidence and dental functionality back. You have likely heard of dentures, and you have probably heard of dental implants. What about implant-supported dentures?

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A Quick Guide to CEREC®

A healthy set of teeth is required for chewing thoroughly and speaking properly, not to mention to make you feel confident in your smile. If you have broken or chipped teeth, several options are available for you to restore your smile. While several options are available, many patients are turning to CEREC as a means of restoring their smile.

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