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Keep Your Heart Healthy by Caring for Your Teeth

February 13, 2021

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Woman with heart disease

There is more reason to think about your heart this February than just Valentine’s Day. This month is American Heart Health Month. It is important to take time to learn and understand more about your body so that you know how to take care of it. After all, your whole life depends on the wellbeing of your heart. Did you know that the health of your smile can affect your cardiovascular system? Continue reading to learn the relation between the two as well as some steps that you can take to keep both of them in excellent shape.


Cosmetic Dentistry and the Importance of Good Oral Health

January 11, 2021

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cosmetic dentist examining patient’s teeth

Thanks to all of the advancements that have been made to cosmetic dentistry, millions of people have been able to enjoy the restored confidence that comes with a transformed smile. Everyone’s cosmetic needs are different, and yours are unique to you. The good news is, there is a treatment out there that will work for you, but having good oral health is an extremely important first step. If you’re ready to have the smile of your dreams, keep reading to learn what your Jupiter cosmetic dentist has to say about why oral health is crucial to the success of your treatment.


Book Your Dental Checkup Early in the Year

December 17, 2020

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person scheduling dental checkup

If you’re like most people, your schedule probably fills up quickly at the start of the new year. You may even begin putting plans in the books toward the end of the current year. While you’re doing this, consider adding a visit to your dentist to the top of the list. Your Jupiter dentist shares how scheduling a dental checkup as early in the year as possible can save you time and money.


5 Thanksgiving Foods That Stain Your Teeth

November 23, 2020

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Cranberry sauce

Are you looking forward to Thanksgiving dinner? It’s just around the corner, and everyone is anticipating all of the delicious dishes that they will be filling their bellies with over the long weekend. However, not all Thanksgiving foods are great options when it comes to maintaining the beautiful white appearance of your smile. Continue reading to learn which foods and beverages you should be weary of this Thanksgiving if you want to prevent discoloration.


4 Benefits of Choosing a Family Dentist

October 15, 2020

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Family smiling at child's dentist appointment

Are you currently driving all over town to accommodate the dental needs of each member of your household? Is coordinating their appointments every six months giving you a headache? If you answered “yes” to either of these questions, then it’s time to switch to a family dentist! Here are four reasons to consider making the transition today.


Can You Get Braces Over the Age of 40?

September 29, 2020

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Woman with Invisalign

Do you feel like it’s too late to consider getting braces? This couldn’t be further from the truth. As time goes on, more and more adults are choosing to get braces. Just because you didn’t get them when you were a teenager doesn’t mean that you’ve missed your opportunity. You’re never too old to start working towards your dream smile. After all, you show it off every day. Shouldn’t it be something you’re proud of? Continue reading to learn about the many ways that adult braces could benefit you.


Why Is Enamel Wear A Big Deal?

September 17, 2020

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Patient looking concerned at dental appointment

The enamel that coats your teeth is the strongest substance in the human body, but it’s not unbreakable. Sugary drinks and acidic foods are just a few of the reasons your enamel can erode over time. However, when your dentist brings it to your attention, you may find yourself wondering why enamel wear is such a big deal. If you have asked yourself something similar, then read on!


What Can I Do About My Chipped Tooth?

July 14, 2020

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Woman getting veneers from cosmetic dentist in Jupiter

Your front teeth are what people see first when you smile, laugh, and talk. If one becomes chipped, it’s understandable that you’d want to have it repaired by your cosmetic dentist in Jupiter right away. Continue reading to learn about what to do if your chip one of your teeth and the different ways that you can have it fixed. It will be good as new in no time!


How Lifelike Do Dental Implants Look & Feel?

June 17, 2020

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Smiling older woman with dental implants in Jupiter on purple background

If you’re interested in replacing your missing teeth with the next best thing, dental implants in Jupiter might be right for you! This modern tooth restoration is the only option that replaces a tooth both above and below the gumline. Not only does this give it durability, functionality, and longevity, but it creates an incredibly lifelike look and feel as well. Read on to learn more about the factors that make dental implants the most comfortable and aesthetically pleasing way to fill the gaps in your smile.


How Personal Protective Equipment is Keeping You and Your Dentist Safe

May 11, 2020

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a dentist in Jupiter wearing gloves while examining a patient’s smile

Wondering if your dentist in Jupiter is implementing new protocols to keep everyone safe amid the COVID-19 pandemic? Like most dental professionals throughout the country, additional steps are being taken to better protect you and staff members from the virus, one of which is wearing personal protective equipment (PPE). So which ones are your dental team relying on to safeguard them from harmful bacteria and viruses like COVID-19? Your dentist explains.

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