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Zweig & Schwartzman Prosthodontics
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Our practice brings the newest instruments to our demanding clients.
Our practice brings the newest instruments to our demanding clients.

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Everyone is going green, but did you know that “going green” can also benefit your oral health? Your pH levels inside your body can greatly affect your overall health. Too much acid in your system can make various parts of your body inflamed. This may include your gum tissues. Gingivitis (early g...

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Emergencies happen. Keep our number on file and call us as soon as possible.
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Treat yourself to a whiter and brighter smile! Call Zweig Schwartzman Prosthodontics today and ask us about our whitening services.
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We want you to be able to spend more time doing what you love, and less time in our office doing paperwork. That's why we offer online registration. http://bit.ly/1p5EcUI
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Gum disease can be serious business if left untreated. The good news is, with regular maintenance and good oral hygiene, you can avoid and even reverse the early stages of gum disease. We’ve put together some tips for you that will help you prevent gum disease. 
Maintaining a Clean Mo...

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Gums that bleed easily with brushing and flossing indicate gingivitis or gum disease. Sometimes, minimal gum bleeding can suggest a deficiency in Vitamin C. If your gums are bleeding when brushed or flossed, call us today!
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Happy Father's Day to all the wonderful dads out there!
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We want to make getting here as easy as can be! Visit our website for simple directions to our office. http://bit.ly/1X0wPIL
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According to the American Dental Hygienists Association (ADHA), snacking on celery and carrots in between meals helps clear away loose food and debris. For a healthier smile, add celery and or carrots to your snacking regime!
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Poor oral hygiene is not the only way gum disease develops. Tobacco use, stress, poor diet, and genetics are all factors in that can lead to the development of gum disease. If you have questions about your gum health, call us today!
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