4 Oral Ailments To Discuss With Your Dentist

It can be easy to be embarrassed by oral health issues, but we’ve seen it all. When our Fishers area patients see us, we want to help them with every issue! Let’s address the most frequent oral conditions that should be discussed when you visit us at Pence Family Dentistry. 1. Bad Breath. Sure, nobody

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You Can’t Afford Cheap Dental Work

Have you ever gotten a killer deal on a used car that turned out to be a lemon? After a couple of years of never-ending repairs, you realize that it ended up costing as much as a new auto would have. And after spending all that money, you still have a lemon. At Pence Family

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The Vital Link Between Oral Health and Overall Well-being in Indianapolis

In the intricate tapestry of our body’s health, a thread often overlooked is the profound connection between oral health and overall well-being. As the gateway to our body, our oral cavity is pivotal in influencing our general health. Pence Family Dentistry is at the forefront of understanding and advocating for this crucial link. Let’s look into

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A Whiter Smile is Possible With Tooth Whitening

Teeth whitening is a popular dental procedure in the Fishers area. After all, who doesn’t want a whiter smile? If you are considering getting teeth whitening treatments at Pence Family Dentistry, here are some things to keep in mind. Tooth Whitening: Key Findings Whitening treatments can be effective on both extrinsic and intrinsic staining Only

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Why Improve Your Smile?

Causes and consequences of poor dental health and how you can brush up on your own Most of us struggle with at least one area of our dental care. It could be that flossing is the one dreaded task, or maybe you haven’t been wearing the night guard recommended often enough. All of us should

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The Vital Importance of Caring for Your Gums in Indiana

When it comes to maintaining oral health, many people focus primarily on their teeth. However, the significance of gum care should never be overlooked. Healthy gums play a crucial role in overall oral well-being and are essential for preserving the stability and longevity of your teeth. Let’s look at a few reasons why it’s important

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What is Patient-Centered Dental Care?

What is your perception of the patient-dentist relationship? Would you describe it as one-sided? In other words, the dentist examines the patient’s teeth, determines the course of treatment, and performs the procedure while the patient is a minor participant. It Starts With The Atmosphere At Pence Family Dentistry, we don’t do things that way. You

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3 Vital Reasons to Floss Regularly

Are you an avid flosser? Many of us from time to time skip this necessary habit. Studies show that around 68% of people report flossing at least once a week while 20% say they truly never floss. Skipping the daily flossing routine can have devastating consequences on your overall dental health and bring about expensive

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The Key to Successful Social Engagement in Indiana is Good Dental Hygiene

Social interaction plays a vital role in personal and professional relationships. It’s crucial to put your best foot forward when it comes to social engagement. While many factors contribute to making a positive impression, one aspect that often gets overlooked is dental hygiene. You can dress for success, make yourself up with the best of

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    9744 Lantern Rd Fishers, IN 46037
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