Why Professional Teeth Whitening is Important

Posted on December 23, 2015 in Cosmetic Dentistry

White teeth can be hard to achieve and maintain with all the foods and drinks we consume each day. In addition, smoking and neglecting regular home oral hygiene also contribute to the yellowing of teeth. While teeth whitening is technically considered a cosmetic procedure, it should be taken seriously by everyone. Whitening your teeth can…
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How To Eat Your Favorite Snacks And Keep Your Dentist Happy

Posted on November 25, 2015 in Oral Health Tips

We have all been there: sitting in the dentist chair and lying through our teeth about how we eat healthy and brush and floss regularly. The guilt we feel as soon as we sit down should be more than enough to keep us on track until our next scheduled visit. The problem is, we love…
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Everything You Should Know About Full Mouth Rehabilitation

Posted on October 19, 2015 in Dental Procedures

Full mouth rehabilitation is the process of bringing a person’s mouth back to health. Simply put, a person with multiple dental problems can seek a plan (full mouth rehab) to completely restore their dental well-being. Each case is different and calls for its own plan. Not all dentists can undertake a full mouth rehab, so…
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5 Ways a Custom Athletic Mouthguard Protects Your Student Athlete

Posted on September 25, 2015 in General Dentistry

Custom athletic mouthguards are made to protect children from terrible dental injuries that occur in sports. As with other protective gear, some are better than others. At Smile Hilliard, we make getting custom mouthguards fun and easy so that your child has the best sports protective gear the industry has to offer. Dr. Sanyk is…
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4 Myths That Keep People From Seeing The Dentist

Posted on August 25, 2015 in General Dentistry

What is it that is keeping you from going to the dentists on a regular basis? Is it nervousness, anxiety or time consuming? Well, whatever your reasoning may be, there is no excuse worthy of letting your teeth suffer from poor dental hygiene. The following “excuses” for not seeing the dentist for routine checkups are…
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