General Dentistry

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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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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How Your Lifestyle Affects Your Tooth Color

It’s a common desire for people to want white teeth. But the majority of people have discolored or just plain yellow teeth. Especially in a world of tea and coffee drinkers. Your Genes Make a Difference As with other physical features, there is a genetic component to your oral health. You can thank your parents

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5 Critical Oral Cancer Facts

Dental Checkups Are Not Just About Cavities At Dental Care Today PC – E. Dale Behner DDS we encourage people to come in twice a year for a dental examination and cleaning.  If you avoid biannual dental checkups because you don’t believe you have any tooth decay, perhaps getting an oral cancer screening is a more convincing

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Best Practices For A Healthy, Beautiful Smile

Even if you value a healthy smile, it’s easy to become somewhat lax about smile-friendly lifestyle choices. In today’s article, our goal is for you to analyze where you stand and examine whether you could step it up a notch. Committing to oral health best practices can prevent future problems and support your quality of

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5 Cavity Basics

The desire to prohibit decay is one of the main reasons individuals visit their dentists Today we are going to consider 5 things you need to know about cavities. 1. Cavities are also called caries or tooth decay. When a tooth is permanently damaged on the hard surface, tiny openings ensue. These little holes are

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Reinvent Yourself With A Smile Makeover

A smile makeover can boost your confidence for an upcoming job interview, promotion or new relationship. The process may include teeth whitening, invisible braces, veneers, dental implants, or gum tissue graft surgery. Many of these take time. Understanding the process requires only a simple consultation. Small changes can make a big difference. How The Rich

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A Ginormous Cavity?

When Dr. Dale Behner of Dental Care Today PC – E. Dale Behner DDS in Fishers repairs a tooth that has decay or damage, the procedure is chosen often depends on the location of the problem. We’re talking tooth-specific locale here. If there is a chip, crack, or tooth decay on the biting surface of

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Don’t Let Fear Of The Dentist Compromise Your Oral Health

If you have claustrophobia, you pass on cave exploration. If you have acrophobia (fear of heights), you avoid sky diving. In either case, you can live a fulfilling life without engaging in these activities. What if you have dentophobia or a fear of the dentist? (Yes, it’s a real thing with an official name.) This

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Who’s Afraid Of The Big, Bad…Dentist?

People that experience dental phobia (Dentophobia) may take comfort in the fact that it is a fairly common diagnosable mental condition. At least they know they are not alone and that the medical community takes it seriously. Phobias like Pteromerhanophobia: (the fear of flying) and Acrophobibia (the fear of heights) can be challenging, but a

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