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How Long Do Dental Implants Last?

Many people lose at least one adult tooth at some point in their lives. As you get older, you’re more likely to lose teeth. In the past, uncomfortable dentures were the main replacement option. Today, dentures are much better, but there’s another option: dental implants. Read our blog post to learn about dental implants, including how long they last.


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What Type of Dentures Are Best for Me?

Dentures are a time-tested way to replace missing teeth, and these days there are more varieties than ever suiting different needs. Check out our blog post for some things you can keep in mind when choosing which type of denture to get.


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Five Benefits of Having Dental Implants

Dental implants are arguably the one restorative dental treatment that best resembles the look and function of natural teeth. Read our blog post for a look at five benefits of dental implants.


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Signs & Symptoms of Oral Cancer

Every hour, one person dies from oral cancer. In our office we offer comprehensive services that not only prevent oral diseases, but can also detect them to help you get the treatment you need as early as possible. Check out our blog post where we review the signs and symptoms of oral cancer and the oral cancer screening procedure at our Tampa, Florida dental office.


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Are Implants or Dentures Better?

When you lose your teeth, you can face many challenges. Thankfully, there are great tooth replacement options that restore your smile. Between implants and dentures, which is better? Check out our blog post where we explore the differences.


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How to Prevent Bleeding Gums

When you brush your teeth do you notice that there’s a little pink in the sink? Some people think that it’s a sign they’re doing a good job of cleaning if their gums are bleeding a little bit, but this is not the case. Healthy gums shouldn’t bleed! Read our blog post to learn how to prevent bleeding gums.






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