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Can Any Dentist Give Me Dental Implants?

While dental implants are often an excellent treatment option for patients, some may wonder whether any general dentist can give them dental implants. Dental implants are a highly specialized treatment that requires a very skilled and knowledgeable dentist with many years of experience. Though very safe for patients, the treatment is advanced and complex in nature, so choosing the right dentist is very important.
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In San Diego Invisalign Posted

Can Invisalign Make Me Healthier?

Most people that walk into our office for a San Diego Invisalign treatment want to have a more beautiful smile and more confidence to laugh and smile at will. We are more than thrilled to offer our patients the amazing confidence that a beautiful smile brings. However, the benefits of Invisalign extend beyond your smile. According to research from the American Dental Association, it turns out that straighter teeth can lead to a healthier you.
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Did You Know? Interesting Facts About Dental Implants

We've written extensively about different questions we receive about dental implants from our patients here in San Diego. We've taken a look at the safety of dental implants, discussed what you can eat after receiving dental implants, examined the benefits of dental implants, and even presented an e-book that answers all of our most frequently asked questions. Today we would like to deliver a few interesting facts about dental implants in order to provide even more education to our fantastic patients.
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In San Diego Dentistry Posted

San Diego Dentist Question: How Harmful is Mouth Bacteria?

Today's question revolves around the bacteria living in your mouth. Is it healthy? Is it dangerous? These are great questions, as many patients know that not all bacteria is automatically bad for us. However, like bacteria in other parts of the human anatomy, there can be bacteria in your mouth that can be dangerous, not only to your oral health, but to the health of your entire body.
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