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How to Ensure Your Child’s First Visit to the Dentist Goes Well

March 31, 2019

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Happy family smiling at cameraIt’s only natural for a young child to feel a bit anxious during their first visit to a dentist. All of us have been in their shoes at one time or another. You can help to calm your little one’s jitters by taking him or her to the office for an initial pre-visit. There’s nothing like a little friendly familiarity to dispel anxiety and promote understanding.

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Do You Need Dental Insurance? Your Dentist in Agawam Explains

March 10, 2019

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Dental insurance paperDo you have dental insurance? If you don’t, it may be time to consider getting it. An insurance plan can not only help you save money in the long run, but it will keep your mouth and body healthy as well. Insurance is never a fun subject, which is why many people don’t know how it works and the benefits of having it. Thankfully, your dentist in Agawam can explain the in’s and out’s of a typical insurance plan and the advantages of having one.

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What to Do Until You See Your Emergency Dentist in Agawam

February 27, 2019

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woman toothache dentist

Life is crazy sometimes. One second, things are going along just fine. The next, you have a dental emergency on your hands! Whatever you do, don’t panic. A dental emergency can take you completely off guard, so it’s important to know in advance how to respond in case this happens to you. So what should you do in a dental emergency? No matter the situation, call your emergency dentist in Agawam for more instructions and their soonest available appointment. But how do you handle the situation until you can see them? Check out this information that can help you feel prepared for the unexpected. (more…)

How Much Does Root Canal Therapy in Agawam Really Cost?

February 15, 2019

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hands tooth money

If you have a toothache and your tooth is infected, you may need root canal therapy in Agawam. You know the tooth needs to be fixed, but can you afford to go to the dentist right now? Perhaps the real question is whether you can you afford not to. How much does it really cost anyway? How much will dental insurance cover? The cost of root canal therapy may seem expensive with or without dental insurance, but in the long term, it is worth addressing sooner rather than later. Check out this helpful information that can answer your questions. (more…)

Family Dentist In Agawam Can Do It All and Save You Time and Money

January 11, 2019

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Smiling family If you struggle to keep up with everyone’s schedule in your family, you’re not alone. It’s one of the most challenging parts of running a household! And while you can’t streamline everyone’s school activities, birthday parties, or sleepovers, you can streamline their dental appointments. Keep reading below to learn how seeing a family dentist in Agawam can save you significant time and money. You’ll love saving yourself the hassle of driving all over town to meet everyone’s different dental needs. And why not make life a little easier when it’s, well, so easy?

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3 Common Reasons To Call an Emergency Dentist in Agawam

January 6, 2019

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Man holding his cheek in painWhen you’re faced with sudden pain, it can be hard to know if you should seek out immediate care or not. Most people would (understandably) rather skip a visit to the dentist or doctor if they can. But there are some situations that simply shouldn’t be ignored – otherwise, they might turn into much worse situations! Keep reading to learn about 3 good reasons to call an emergency dentist in Agawam to schedule the first available appointment. You can’t always prevent an emergency situation, but you can at least be prepared by knowing what to do!

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Your Dentist Explains How to Treat Common Dental Emergencies

December 15, 2018

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woman holding jaw in painThere’s one thing about a dental emergency – it never happens when you expect it to. Thus, it’s best to know how to recognize when one is happening and have a contingency plan for addressing it and stabilizing the situation. As you read on, your dentist explains what a dental emergency is and the steps you should take to minimize the effects until you can be examined.

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How Long Will My Dentures Last? How Should I Care for Them?

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older man smiling blue shirtThe most recognized form of teeth replacement is dentures (also called prosthetics). They not only provide a way to regain your normal oral function, but they also aid in restoring the aesthetics of your smile. Still, you’d like to know how long they usually last and how the process works for receiving them. Read on to get the answers you need.

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How Teeth Whitening Breaks Down Stains and Brightens Your Smile!

November 21, 2018

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A closeup up a white smile.There are few things more heart-warming than a genuine smile from someone you care about. Smiling has been proven to boost your mood and the moods of others around you, so why not do it more often? One of the most common reasons is stubborn stains that no amount of brushing seems to remove! Instead of brushing longer or harder and rubbing away enamel, you may want to consider a teeth whitening treatment.

But how does teeth whitening treatment work? How do you know that it’s going to be effective? Today, a dentist breaks it down on a scientific level.

 

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Learn How a Root Canal Can Save Your Badly Damaged Tooth

November 15, 2018

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A man with tooth pain.Thanks to advances in dentistry, it’s much easier to save teeth, even if they have suffered extensively from decay or injury. In the past, the only option dentists could take was extracting the tooth, forcing you to choose a dental bridge to fill the gap. Now, even tooth replacement offers alternatives to consider. In the event that your tooth is damaged, always consider a root canal first. If that’s not possible, an extraction and dental implant is a great path to take.

To learn how both of these treatments work, keep reading!

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