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Hybridge is an innovative full-arch tooth replacement technique, giving patients the look and feel of natural teeth. Beyond that, Hybridge shortens the amount of time from start to finish over other implant methods and offers patients a permanent solution at a competitive price point. After...

Botox has become one of the most popular non-surgical cosmetic treatment options, with more than 6 million Botox treatments administered each year. Most people use it to enhance their appearance by removing wrinkles and smoothing their skin. We are proud to announce that Dr. Arnold...

Comprehensive and regular dental care is a must. Whether it’s twice annual check-ups or more extensive work, going to the dentist is essential. Unfortunately for some, dental visits can be quite anxiety inducing. IV sedation, also known as conscious sedation, is ideal for patients who: – Have...

Teeth grinding is a very common problem that we see among patients. It most commonly occurs while the patient is asleep, but can also happen throughout the day, usually without conscious action. Light grinding of the teeth can be harmless, but most of the time...

What you eat and drink can seriously affect the health of your teeth. In turn, the health of your teeth can seriously affect the rest of your body’s health. For example, poor oral health can lead to heart disease, tooth decay, and even problems with...

Getting a crown placed can be inconvenient, time-consuming and even intimidating. At most dental offices, the crown procedure is completed in two dental visits and about 7-10 days is needed to create the crown based on an impression of the tooth . While this process is...

Do-It-Yourself products are becoming increasingly common. Did you know there are several ways to make your own toothpaste? While DIY toothpaste isn’t for everyone, making your own toothpaste allows you to use organic products as well as save some money. Outlined below are a few ways...