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There are thousands of languages in the world today, but a smile transcends them all.​​​​​​​

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Dental health and hygiene starts from the moment your child gets their first tooth. This means that you need to be on the ball when it comes to taking care of his or her first teeth and instilling great habits in them that they can take forward into adolescence and beyond.​​​​​​​

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A smile is a form of communication that can transcend ages, languages and cultures. A great smile can be a sign of friendliness, honesty and integrity. It can also make us more attractive to those around us. Unfortunately, very few of us are happy with every aspect of our smile. Whether it is discoloration or damage, overbites or crooked teeth that are getting us down, the effect on our confidence and self-esteem can be immense. Smiling with a closed mouth is very common when someone is unhappy with their teeth, but people may also cover their mouth with their hand while speaking or avoid eating in public. Fortunately, we live in an age where it is no longer necessary to be unhappy with any aspect of our appearance, including our smile. Cosmetic dentistry enables us to transform the things about our teeth that we dislike the most and enjoy a smile that we can be truly happy with.  ​​​​​​​

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Even with healthy brushing and flossing habits, your teeth can still become stained and discolored over time, due to things like aging, coffee, tea, smoking, and red wine.​​​​​​​

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Although we may brush and floss regularly to try and protect the health and appearance of our teeth, virtually all of us will experience some degree of decay at some point during our life time. Tooth decay refers to the destruction of the enamel, which is the hard layer on the outside of your teeth.​​​​​​​

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We are dedicated to help patients keep their teeth for a lifetime and giving them the smiles of their dreams.