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How Often Do Dental Implants Need to Be Replaced?

If you have been recommended for dental implants, you may wonder if they will ever have to be replaced. Implants are a permanent restorative solution for patients seeking that perfect smile. Dental implants look and feel natural in the mouth, and last upwards of 25 years if they are cared for properly. At Ambiance Family

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Can Dental Cleanings Damage Enamel?

Dental cleanings are integral part of our oral health, and are typically recommended twice a year. Keeping our teeth and gums free and clear of harmful bacteria is important. At Ambiance Family Dentistry & Orthodontics, our team is proud to offer general dental treatments like dental cleanings in El Paso, TX,. We strive to provide

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Dental Bruxism: Discover The Causes, Symptoms And Treatment To Solve It

Dental Bruxism: Discover The Causes, Symptoms And Treatment To Solve It

Dental bruxism is the term that is commonly known for grinding the teeth. It can occur both during the day and at night unconsciously when sleeping.
People who suffer from it clench their teeth and move them from back to front and vice versa, causing wear and tear of the pieces. It is more common and obviously more difficult to control the one related to sleep.

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Afraid of the Dentist? Fear no more…

How many times have you postponed your dental visit because you are afraid of needles, or getting poked and pricked? Are you still having nightmares or have a vivid image of the drill, or the big “bad” childhood dentist that pulled your tooth? Do you have unmet dental needs because you won’t set a foot

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Your First Dental Visit

Welcome again to our blog!  This time I want you to talk to you about your first visit whether you need a complete check-up or take care of a dental emergency. We are proud to say that you will be impressed by all that we have to offer. Our waiting area is cozy, with a

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Your Medications and the Dental Visit

The use of medications can affect your oral health and the way your dentist can treat you. Even over-the-counter drugs, such as vitamins, minerals, and herbal supplements can be the cause oral health issues. Among the oral problems resulting from the use of daily medications are dry mouth, gum inflammation, altered taste, sores and decay. According

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