What Is Sedation Dentistry?
added on: September 20, 2020

Does the thought of going to a dentist make you anxious? For nervous patients, sedation dentistry will help take away their anxiety. Sedation is used for everything from simple teeth cleaning to more in depth procedures. At Phelps Family Dentistry, we believe in compassionate, comfortable care. We understand that patients… Read More…

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What Is Implant Dentistry?
added on: September 8, 2020

Losing teeth impacts more than your appearance alone. Simple tasks such as talking and eating become a challenge when you’re missing teeth. Phelps Family Dental has helped hundreds of patients with dental implants. The dental implants procedure will give you the appearance and function of natural teeth. The tooth replacement… Read More…

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Ways to Deal With Bad Breath
added on: August 30, 2020

Bad breath isn’t fun for anyone. We’ve rounded up some top tips on how to deal with bad breath: Brush teeth at least two times per day, especially right after you eat sugary foods, which may increase the build up of bacteria. Twice is nice, but try and floss at… Read More…

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Three Ways to Replace Missing Teeth
added on: August 15, 2020

Missing teeth may cause a multitude of problems, from making it difficult to chew food to causing one to feel self-conscious about their grin. Fortunately, there are solutions. Because of modern dentistry advances, there are a variety of options when it comes to replacing a few of your teeth. Here’s… Read More…

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What You Should Know About Oral Cancer
added on: July 30, 2020

Mouth cancer is the 6th most common cancer, and accounts for 30,000 newly diagnosed cases every year – and 8,000 fatalities. Oral cancer, if not treated and diagnosed within its early stages, may spread, and lead to loss of function, chronic pain, oral and facial disfigurement and perhaps even death…. Read More…

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Reasons You Should Get An Oral Cancer Screening
added on: July 17, 2020

You may be surprised. Each year, 35,000 people in America get diagnosed with oral cancer, and there are more than 8,000 fatalities every year from this disease. In the last 10 years, dental professionals have witnessed a significant rise in the quantity of such cases in patients under age 30… Read More…

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Understanding Wisdom Teeth Surgery
added on: June 21, 2020
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If you or a family member are getting ready to get wisdom teeth extracted, you aren’t alone. Nine out of 10 individuals have at least a single impacted wisdom tooth which must be removed, according to the American Association of Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeons. Wisdom teeth: What are they? Wisdom… Read More…

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Getting A Head-Start On Correct Oral Hygiene For Kids
added on: June 6, 2020
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According to the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry, you should bring your child into the dentist before her/his 1st birthday. Unfortunately, many parents don’t fully understand the value of getting a head-start on educating kids on the importance of caring for their teeth. Though rare, decayed baby teeth might have… Read More…

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Teeth Whitening: Can It Damage Your Gums?
added on: May 10, 2020

Are you on the lookout for an effective and safe method of transforming your smile? We’d like to introduce you to our ZOOM!® system! A brighter smile can not only take years off of your appearance, it may also increase your confidence. Professional whitening can help give you the boost… Read More…

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Restorative Dentistry vs. Cosmetic Dentistry
added on: April 22, 2020

Even though restorative dentistry and cosmetic dentistry overlap one another, as both at times use implants and crowns for teeth restoration as one example, the primary difference between them includes their focus and level of expertise of the dental professional. The cosmetic dental professional is one who goes above and… Read More…

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