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How strong are dental implants compared to real teeth?

Dental Implants are designed to last upward of 25 years as long as they are cared for properly.  They are the closest thing to natural teeth and can be maintained easily at home to keep your implants looking great. Dental implants will make it easier for you to speak compared to other implant solutions, and

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How to care for dental implants

Dental Implants are helpful to many patients at Herman Park Smiles.  As with any procedure there must be maintenance and care at home.  In order to maintain the health of the implants, good oral hygiene is required. Dental Implants take approximately four to six months to heal while the bone fuses to your new implant.

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How do dental implants work?

Herman Park Smiles provides many restorative type procedures for our patients.  One of the most common restorative procedures is Dental Implants. Dental Implants are the closest thing to having natural teeth. They allow you to do everything as you would normally, and live a happy healthy life. Implants are becoming increasingly popular compared to Dentures

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Are Dental Implants Right For You?

What are dental implants? Dental implants are placed in the mouth to replace teeth which consist of a titanium anchor inserted into a person’s jaw. If multiple teeth need replacing, a framework system will be placed in the mouth as a basis for tooth replacement. This anchor or framework serves to create a stable place

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How to Help Your Child Have Positive Dental Appointments

Do you want your child to have positive and stress-free dental appointments? If so, our dentist, Dr. Sharel Sly, wants the same. The more comfortable your child feels in the dental chair, the better. Fortunately, there are things you can do to help your child have the best dental experience possible, and our dentist is

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What You Need to Know About Root Canal Therapy

If you ever suffer from a tooth that has been damaged, you may require a root canal therapy. Root canal therapies are used in situations where the pulp of a tooth has been infected or diseased. If you fail to extract a damaged pulp, the tooth may end up dying. Through the use of a

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Educate Yourself About Oral Cancer Symptoms and Screenings

Are you aware of common signs and symptoms associated with oral and throat cancer? If you are suffering from oral and throat cancer, it probably means that there is some sort of issue with your mouth. If you are having any visual clues and symptoms of abnormalities and irregularities in your throat or face, it

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Knowledge Foundation: Cold and Flu Season

Did you know that cold and flu season can potentially put your smile at an increased risk for dental problems? This is because people often begin to neglect their oral health as an illness begins to kick in. Even if your energy is very low, you still need to brush and floss. Also, you need

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A Dental Filling Can Restore a Tooth

What Is a Dental Filling? If your tooth has a small area of damage, our dentist may recommend a dental filling to restore it to its proper shape, size, and function. The compromised area of the tooth is removed and then the filling material is placed to restore the tooth. Why Are Dental Fillings Used?

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