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A Holistic Dental Approach

A Holistic Dental Approach

A Holistic Dental Approach A holistic dental approach will help you understand how much your dental health is intertwined with your overall health.  Old-time dentistry was not about holistic practices.  And even today, most dentists view the mouth separately from the...

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Back-to-School Oral Checkup

Back-to-School Oral Checkup

Back-to-School Oral Checkup A back-to-school oral checkup is just as important as school supplies, laptops and new clothes.  As the days get shorter, plans for kids to return to school will become top priority. The school’s supply list will be printed, backpacks will...

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Take a Deep Breath

Take a Deep Breath

Take a Deep Breath Take a deep breath to change the way you feel physically, emotionally and mentally as well.  Deep breathing releases anxiety in stressful situations such as work, busy schedules and dental visits. Dr. Abeyta and her staff offer you the tool of deep...

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Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is!

Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is!

Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is! Put your money where your mouth is, literally.  This year when your tax refund hits the bank account why not invest in your oral health to help maintain your overall health.  The average tax return is about $3,000.  So, before you...

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Sedation Dentistry

Sedation Dentistry

Sedation Dentistry Sedation dentistry, also known as conscious sedation, is a light form of anesthesia that doesn’t require artificial respiration. It allows patients with dental anxiety to get the dental care they need in a relaxed setting. Anesthesia and dentistry...

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Dental Plaque

Dental Plaque

Dental Plaque Dental plaque is a sticky, colorless or yellowish film that forms on your teeth.  It develops along the gum line from a combination of saliva, food and fluids that contain bacteria. Dental plaque starts building up on your teeth 4 to 12 hours after...

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Can a Dentist Really Help TMJ?

Can a Dentist Really Help TMJ?

Can a Dentist Really Help TMJ? If you’re wondering if a dentist can really help TMJ, the answer is “yes”.  With the latest technology, including Digital Occlusal Analysis called Tscan, a dentist can detect occlusal disease.  Occlusal disease is the destructive process...

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