Cosmetic Dentistry

Healthy Lifestyles For Healthy Lifesmiles

Dental health and a sensational smile depend on much more than simply brushing regularly. In today’s Pence Family Dentistry post, we present a quick refresher course on critical lifestyle practices that affect oral health. You are probably familiar with most of these recommendations, but it is helpful to get a reminder once in a while.

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Worried About Dental Visits?

“How can I manage anxiety about visiting the dentist?” 1. Consider what the anxiety stems from. For example pain, injections, loss of control, personal space invasion, embarrassment about fear of the unknown. 2. Communicate these fears and concerns with your dentist. 3. Expect respectful consideration and open discussion about alleviating concerns. Dr. Orey Pence has

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Top 10 Reasons To Visit Your Dentist

You smile deserves regular attention. If you haven’t had a dental evaluation in a while, consider these important reasons: Check Up: It’s time, and this is the best way to prevent dental problems. Clean Up: Our dental hygienist is ready to give you a super clean smile. Brush Up: If it has been a while

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Don’t Let Stress Hurt Your Smile

Hello, I’m Dr. Orey Pence. At my Fishers practice I have noticed more and more of my patients with stress-related dental issues. Fishers men and women may not think about it, but stress can do a number on your oral health. Mouth sores, clenching and grinding, periodontal disease, and poor oral hygiene can all be

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Avoid These 5 Smile Wreckers

We hope today’s post will alert blog visitors to some harmful oral health risks. At Pence Family Dentistry, too often, we treat decay and damage caused by the following: 1. Sports Injuries Many parents send their kids out on the playing field with a mouthguard but fail to shield themselves when they participate in activities

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Smile More, Live Better

If you feel that you have an unattractive smile, you probably don’t smile very often. Perhaps you make a calculated effort to avoid smiling in social and professional settings. Do you think frequent smiling has a significant effect on your life? You bet it does. In addition to simply making us happier, smiling benefits our

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Cosmetic Dentistry vs. General Dentistry

Today’s article highlights how general dentistry and cosmetic dentistry are different. General dentists are dedicated to preventing and treating oral diseases such as cavities and gum disease. When a problem is diagnosed, let’s say, a cavity between two teeth, a general dentist will determine the best way to restore the tooth involved. Cosmetic dentists provide

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Periodontal Disease Is Linked To Systemic Diseases

What do your gums do? The soft tissue in your mouth, like skin, has an essential job. It safeguards the roots of your teeth. It also provides a barrier for the connective tissues and ligaments that hold your teeth in their sockets. Plus the alveolar bone in which your teeth are anchored. What is gum

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Retaining Brightness After Teeth Whitening Treatment

If you decide to enhance your smile with a professional teeth whitening treatment, you want the results to last as long as possible. Unfortunately, the same things that stained your teeth prior to the treatment can stain them after the treatment. Over time, common staining will occur. To help slow down that process, Dental Care

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What are Possible Dental Implant Complications?

If you’ve visited our blog before, you have read about the benefits of dental implants. That’s because they are an amazing replacement for missing teeth and have been used successfully in the Fishers area for over 30 years. At Dental Care Today PC – E. Dale Behner DDS, close to 98% of our implant placements

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