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We’ve reopened in accordance with CDC, O.S.H.A., and State Dental Board guidelines to responsibly resume seeing our patients for regular dental appointments and treatment. We want to assure you of the measures we take to maintain a clean and safe environment so you can continue to receive needed dental care without fear or concern.
5 Reasons You Want a Dental Implant to Replace Missing Teeth Have you lost a tooth due to damage or disease? You can replace the missing tooth with dentures, a bridge, or a dental implant. But today, both dentists and patients agree that a dental implant is the most comfortable, best looking, and long-lasting tooth replacement option. What is a…Continue reading
When it comes to correcting teeth, you have many options. If you want a stronger solution than both cosmetic dentistry veneers and cosmetic dental bonding, then dental crowns and bridges will be best choices for you. Use this helpful guide to decide between crowns and bridges. The Real Deal on Dental Crowns Dental crowns are used to cover a decayed…Continue reading
There are countless over the counter dental products available on the market today. Mouth wash or rinse is one of the most popular products offered – each with its own set of unique benefits. Some mouth rinses have purely breath freshening benefits offering little other service. However many others offer antiseptic qualities and kill germs within your mouth. It is…Continue reading
At College Park Dental we understand that you have busy lives. Today’s families are busier than ever before and we know that coordinating dental appointments for the whole family are not always easy. We are proud to offer family dental services, meaning that we can care for each of your loved ones no matter how young or how old. As…Continue reading
Visiting the dentist’s office can be stressful for any patients – especially those that find themselves in need of oral surgery. Other than routine cleanings and x-rays, almost every dental procedure is aided by the use of dental anesthesia. Luckily, this means that pain at the dentist is mostly a thing of the past. Anesthesia can be as extensive or…Continue reading
Many female dental patients may not realize that they have unique needs when it comes to oral health care. The truth is that women go through a number of biological and physical changes during their lives that can make them more susceptible to oral health concerns – concerns men may never know. Life experiences from menstruation to menopause can cause…Continue reading
Periodontal treatment is often necessary when gum disease develops and is left untreated after many months or years. Often, advanced gum disease must be treated by a specially trained dentist known as a periodontist. Gum disease will develop when plaque is allowed to build up along and under the gum line. This can occur when teeth are not properly or regularly…Continue reading
Oral cancer is one of the most deadly forms of cancer. This is partly true because oral cancer is not visible to the patient until it has progressed extensively. If you notice any unusual lesions or sores in your mouth that do not seem to heal over a few days it is important to have your mouth screened for oral…Continue reading
Basic at home care for your teeth can not only keep your smile healthy and beautiful but can also protect your overall health. Did you know that regular steps to clean your teeth can also prevent common colds or infections of the ears, sinuses and throat. Brush After Every Meal After each meal you should plan to thoroughly brush your…Continue reading
Dental emergencies can be scary situations – for yourself and especially for your children. While no one ever anticipates when an emergency will occur, there are some simple steps that you can take to prepare yourself for a knocked out tooth or other dental trauma. First you should have an established relationship with a dental office. As a patient, you…Continue reading