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Three Ways To Restore Your Tooth

You’ve seen it, but you aren’t sure what to do about it. There’s a spot on one of your teeth. It can feel a little sensitive at times. You know you should go to the dentist. Once you know what the issue is, you can take steps to fix it. The question is which restorative dental service is right for you. You should know that waiting longer to get help is more likely to lead to a more ...

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Rebuild A Strong Smile With Dental Implants (infographic)

You aren’t a shark, so you aren’t going to regrow your teeth if you lose them. However, you can get the next best thing at Oakmont Advanced Dentistry. You can get replacement teeth with dental implants. Implants replace the roots of missing teeth. They are embedded in your jawbone (just like roots), and they can support crowns, bridges, and dentures. With implants, your new teeth can ...

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Create A Straighter Smile In About Six Months

You’ve put other people needs ahead of your own for years. You’ve waited long enough to do something about your smile. You have dreamed of having straight teeth for a long time, and you are ready to make that a reality. If so, then you may want to visit Oakmont Advanced Dentistry. It’s possible you could have a new and improved smile before the end of the year with one of our ...

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Choose A Dental Office For The Entire Family

You know that it’s time for your family to have their next dental checkups. Your youngest has been complaining of a toothache. Your oldest may be ready to start orthodontic care. And you really would like to fix that small chip in one of your teeth. You know it’s small, but it still makes you a little self-conscious. A family dentist office where all of your family’s issues could be ...

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The Award for Whitest Smiles Goes to … (infographic)

There’s no denying that your teeth are no longer “pearly whites.” You can see the yellow stains whenever you look in the mirror. The question is: What will you do about it? The best answer is to visit Oakmont Advanced Dentistry for professional teeth whitening. Our treatment can give you a smile you would be happy to share at a Hollywood award show or in the next selfie you post to ...

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Rebuild It … And You Can Have A Great Smile Once Again

You’ve heard the phrase, “New Year, New You” many times. There’s a good reason people see the changing of the calendar as a time of renewal, of opportunity, and as a reason to make improvements. Many times, resolutions revolve around getting healthier. That can mean eating better, being more active, or just boosting your self-esteem. Believe it or not, restoring your smile can help ...

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Create a Straight Smile in About Six Months (infographic)

You want a straight smile … but you don’t want to wait years to have it. Sounds like you need to learn about Six Month Smiles® at Oakmont Advanced Dentistry. This system focuses on moving the teeth in the front of your mouth to change your smile in less time. Six Month Smiles uses ceramic brackets and wires, making them less noticeable while you have them. And because they are focused ...

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Enjoy Silent Nights by Treating Sleep Apnea

You’ve tried. You really have, but you just can’t take it anymore. You’ve put up with the incessant snoring, and you want nothing more than to get a complete night of deep, healthy, and uninterrupted sleep. Yet, that doesn’t seem possible with the sounds coming from your spouse’s side of the bed. That snoring may just be snoring … or it could be a symptom of a serious sleep ...

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What Is Your Risk For Gum Disease? (quiz)

Our team at Oakmont Advanced Dentistry hopes that you have a great Thanksgiving with your family and friends. And the next day we hope you enjoy … National Flossing Day! OK, maybe, that’s not quite as big, but it is a good reminder about the importance of taking care of your mouth. Yes, you should be doing more than brushing your teeth a couple of times each day. You should be flossing as ...

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The Right Fit Makes Your Mouthguard Even Better

Quick question: Which of these athletes is the least likely to suffer a dental injury? Football player High school wrestler Basketball player The answer is C, which may be a surprise to some of you. In fact, basketball causes the highest number of dental injuries for athletes between the ages of 13 and 17. With the winters sports season upon us, our team at Oakmont Advanced ...

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