How Pence Family Dentistry in Indiana Can Fix a Chipped Tooth

A chipped tooth can be a distressing experience, impacting not only the aesthetics of your smile but also your overall oral health. The good news is that modern dentistry offers several effective solutions for repairing a chipped tooth, restoring both the function and beauty of your smile. In this article, we’ll explore how Pence Family

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Seven Ways You Can Break Your Teeth And How To Protect Them In Indiana

Your teeth are among the most important structures in your body. They are responsible for tasks such as biting, chewing, and speaking. Unfortunately, there are many ways in which you can accidentally break your teeth. This can lead to pain, discomfort, and long-term disability. At Pence Family Dentistry we want you to be careful with

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6 Good Reasons To Visit Your Dentist More Often

Most individuals visit the dentist about once each year. As many as forty percent of Americans see their dentist less often. Some go as long as five years between visits. Most dentists advise a visit at least every six months. Here are six good reasons to visit Pence Family Dentistry in Fishers more often. 1.

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Why Now is the Perfect Time to Visit Your Local Friendly Dentist

In the hustle and bustle of life, amidst our myriad commitments and responsibilities, it’s easy to overlook the importance of dental health. However, there’s no better time than now to prioritize your oral well-being by visiting Pence Family Dentistry, your friendly local dentist. Here’s why: 1. New Season, New Smile: As we usher in a

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Rediscover Your Smile: Exploring the Benefits of Dental Implants

Are you missing one or more teeth and longing to restore your smile to its former glory? Dental implants might just be the solution you’ve been searching for. More than just cosmetic enhancements, dental implants offer a range of benefits that can improve your oral health, confidence, and quality of life. At Pence Family Dentistry,

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Are Your Eating Habits Sabotaging Your Oral Health?

Most of our patients at Pence Family Dentistry know that frequently eating foods high in sugar can cause cavities. Therefore, it’s important to limit candy, soda, cookies, etc. Also, remember that frequency is as dangerous as the amount of sugar. Research has found that a higher frequency of sugar consumption may lead to demineralization more

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The Link Between Gum Disease and Viral Infections

The pandemic has increased public awareness of the danger of viruses and the importance of a strong immune system. At Pence Family Dentistry, we understand wanting to take any precautions you can when it comes to protecting your health. Our Immune System Protects Against Serious Illness The variation in the severity of COVID-19 illness is

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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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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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