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Thank you for being our valuable patients!

We care about your teeth and it shows. At Advanced Dental Arts NW, your dentist in Southwest Portland, we honestly care about all our patients’ experiences and feedback. If you have any feedback, we'd love to hear it!

If you’re a new patient, take a look at some of our patient reviews:
https://www.advanceddentalartsnw.com/reviews/ #pdx #advanceddentalartsnw#portland #dentist #dentalcare

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Portland is a wonderful place to live; that is why we all live here.

The entire region has been wonderful for us, both as a dental office and as a home, and as a group, the Advanced Dental Arts NW team tries to show our appreciation often in giving back to the community. The motivation for doing what we do here is community. We love Portland, we love our patients, and we love your feedback!

Learn more about what we do: https://www.advanceddentalartsnw.com/our-pract…/giving-back/ #pdx #advanceddentalartsnw#portland #dentist #dentalcare

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As your cosmetic dentist in downtown Portland, our team at Advanced Dental Arts NW strive to create healthy, attractive looking smiles for all of our patients. While scheduling regular visits with Dr. Teasdale and brushing and flossing daily rank as important steps in protecting the long-term health of your teeth and gums, there’s another vital component that will help ensure quality oral health – saliva.

There’s a reason why our bodies create saliva, we need it to keep our mouths moist, wash away food particles after eating, and to help us digest food. Saliva also prevents infection by controlling fungi and bacteria that naturally thrive in our mouths. So what happens if our mouths fail to produce enough saliva?
Learn more: https://www.advanceddentalartsnw.com/1471-2/

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As a dentist near Portland State University, our team at Advanced Dental Arts NW has a special appreciation for academic advancement and how new technologies can make our daily lives a whole lot easier. While new technologies have revolutionized how we communicate, interact, and process information, the future also promised amazing advancements in dentistry that will dramatically improve patient health while significantly reducing discomfort and stress typically associated with dental work.

For example, the same technologies that have enabled engineers to redesign airplane wings and car bumpers can also be applied to tooth restoration. Digital technology now allows dentists to plan and create bridges, crowns, veneers, inlays, onlays, and dentures faster and most effectively than ever before.

With this in mind, here are a few ways that technology promises to improve dentistry to patients in the future:
https://www.advanceddentalartsnw.com/technologys-impact-oral-health/

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Sleep apnea. It's a term that some of us are all too familiar with. If you or someone you love suffers from sleep apnea, but you don't want to use the clunky, oversized headgear of a CPAP machine, see us about a possible alternative. The sleep study is a take-home kit so you get to do it in the comfort of your own home. Call or visit our website today! 503.235.0555 https://www.advanceddentalartsnw.com/sleep-apnea/

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Did you know that seniors' oral health is of the utmost importance? Read our blog post about what is needed and then call us to make an appointment either for you or for a loved one.
http://www.advanceddentalartsnw.com/1350-2/

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At Advanced Dental Arts NW, your dentist in Portland, Dr. Teasdale wants every patient to have the latest oral health news. Whether that includes updating our patients on the latest advances in oral health care or letting them know about potential dangers their teeth and gums face, Dr. Teasdale has the answers to your questions. Check out our latest blog post! http://www.advanceddentalartsnw.com/three-mistakes-to-avoid-when-brushing/

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Do you know the four horsemen of inflammation?

We talk a lot in this blog about inflammation—specifically, gum inflammation: how to avoid it, what it does, and the disease processes that inflammation can be a part of. But what exactly is inflammation itself? Let’s take a closer look - continue learning on our blog.

http://www.advanceddentalartsnw.com/what-is-inflammation/ #pdx #advanceddentalartsnw#portland #dentist #dentalcare

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The link between oral and systemic health has been a topic of interest for scientists and health professionals for years, and it’s gaining quite a bit of headway with new research. Numerous epidemiological evidence has drawn connections between oral disease and cardiovascular disease, alzheimers, and even pancreatic cancer.

Learn more about this recent research on our blog! http://www.advanceddentalartsnw.com/oralcardiovascular-health-link-gaining-ground/ #pdx #advanceddentalartsnw#portland #dentist #dentalcare

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In gingivitis or periodontitis, gum tissue become inflamed. When this happens, the general consensus is that inflammation is bad.

But the truth is that inflammation is actually a completely health process in the body– it’s the first step in healing. It’s only when inflammation sticks around that it becomes a problem.

Learn more on our blog! http://www.advanceddentalartsnw.com/inflammation-too-much-of-a-good-thing/

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