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Back-to-School Checklist from Your Dentist

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As the back-to-school season approaches, it’s essential to ensure that your child’s dental health is in optimal condition. At Marietta Dental Professionals, we believe that maintaining good oral hygiene is crucial for your child’s overall well-being. To help you prepare for a successful school year, we have compiled a comprehensive dental checklist. By following these… Continue reading

Can Veneers Fix My Smile?

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At Marietta Dental Professionals, we are your go-to source for all things related to dental health and cosmetic dentistry. If you’ve been looking for a solution to enhance your smile and address common dental imperfections, veneers may be the answer. Veneers are known for their versatile nature of veneers because they can fix a wide… Continue reading

The Importance of Replacing a Missing Tooth

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Unlike sharks and alligators, humans can’t regrow their teeth once they are lost. We only get one set of to last a lifetime. Unfortunately, permanent teeth don’t always retain a permanent lifespan. While teeth are the strongest substance in your entire body, they can still suffer damage and disease. In certain cases, a damaged tooth… Continue reading

How Much Do You Know About Oral Cancer?

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As your trusted dental team in Marietta, we care about every aspect of your smile. While our services are tailored to protect the health of your mouth or improve the appearance of your teeth, we also recognize the importance of identifying oral cancer. Oral cancer can affect any area of the mouth including the lips,… Continue reading

WHAT ARE THE CHALKY SPOTS ON MY CHILD’S TEETH?

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Dental discoloration can occur for many reasons in both adult and pediatric patients. However, parents may be alarmed when they notice a tooth that is spotted with chalky white or even creamy yellow despite good oral hygiene. Enamel hypoplasia should be considered as a possible diagnosis in this case. Enamel hypoplasia is an enamel defect… Continue reading

Know These Facts About Your TMJ

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Nearly 10 million people in the United States suffer from TMJ disorder? Your TMJ, also known as your temporomandibular joint, is one of the most important and most used joints in your entire body. You TMJ not only connects your jaw to your skull, but this joint on either side of your face also allows… Continue reading

Gum Health and Heart Health

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Are you paying attention to your gums? Not only are the gums the foundation of your smile, but their health can also impact your heart. According to Harvard Health, people with gum disease have two to three times the risk of having a heart attack, stroke or other serious cardiovascular event. If you have not… Continue reading

The Link Between Gum Disease and Alzheimer’s

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Alzheimer’s is a heartbreaking disease marked by the progressive loss of memory and other mental functions. More than 3 million cases of this incurable disease exist in the United States each year. While there are multiple theories about what causes Alzheimer’s, recent research has revealed a possible link between Alzheimer’s and gum disease. The same… Continue reading

Sedation Dentistry for Kids

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Does your child have a legitimate fear or anxiety about going to the dentist? To avoid a traumatic experience, it may be best to consider sedation dentistry. Contrary to what you may think, sedation dentistry is available and safe for both children and adults. One of the most widely used forms of sedation dentistry used… Continue reading

Understanding Your Teething Baby

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Baby teeth start making their entrance around six months of age, but don’t be alarmed if it happens much sooner or later. While teething is often associated with a fussy baby, there are things you can do as a parent to make your baby (and yourself) more comfortable and peaceful. Keep in mind that, like… Continue reading

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