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When you come to Mid-Wilshire Dental Care, our Los Angeles dentists will asses your teeth and gums, as well as your bite and overall dental health. Even if you have dental anxiety, we can ensure you will feel remarkably at ease in as you speak to our dental professionals. Come pay us a visit: http://www.midwilshiredentalcare.com/why-do-i-need-to-see-a-dentist-if-i-have-no-problems-with-my-teeth.html
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In a healthy patient, the gum pockets should measure no more than 3-4 millimeters. The higher the measurement, the higher the likelihood that the patient has gum disease, which can lead to further oral health concerns, such as the teeth falling out. To see if you might be a candidate for gum grafts: http://www.midwilshiredentalcare.com/do-i-need-gum-grafts.html
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If a tooth has good bone support and enough remaining tooth structure, often root canal therapy has good, predictable outcomes and helps keep the patient’s bite – or occlusion – the same. See in which scenarios other procedures like a dental implant may be the better choice: http://www.midwilshiredentalcare.com/should-i-get-a-root-canal-or-an-implant.html
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A root canal involves the removal of the tooth pulp, as well as cleaning and shaping the canals where the pulp is removed. To see how it's done: http://www.midwilshiredentalcare.com/what-happens-during-a-root-canal.html
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Root canals, which is another term for “endodontic therapy,” is a way to save teeth that would otherwise need to be extracted due to damage or infection. To learn more: http://www.midwilshiredentalcare.com/why-do-i-need-a-root-canal.html
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You may need gum surgery if your gums have pulled away from the tooth – you may notice that your teeth look very long and thin at the base. For more warning signs: http://www.midwilshiredentalcare.com/why-do-i-need-periodontal-gum-surgery.html
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What are the advantages of dental implants over dentures or bridges? This is a question many prospective dental implant patients have, and even though there's no one answer for every patient, there are similar reasons why dental implants are better than bridges or dentures, for many patients.
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If you don’t remove plaque buildup on a daily basis, it can eventually form into calculus (tartar). As this tartar begins to build up more and more both over and under the gumline, the gum tissue becomes progressively more inflamed, red and will bleed. For tips on preventing this from happening: http://www.midwilshiredentalcare.com/what-s-the-harm-of-a-little-bit-of-plaque.html
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We hope that you are having a fantastic summer so far! Just wanted to let you know that August is the perfect time to check out some of the deals we are currently offering on a variety of dental work: http://www.midwilshiredentalcare.com/special-offers.html
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While dental implants have a 95-98% long-term success rate, some patients do fail. Periodontist Dr. Bijan Afar is well-trained to spot a failing implant, and to treat the affected area of the mouth. For more on dental implants: http://www.midwilshiredentalcare.com/can-dental-implants-fail.html
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Gum disease can range from overly sensitive, puffy gums that bleed easily to periodontitis – a serious gum infection that damages and destroy adjacent structures such as surrounding soft tissue and even the jawbone. To learn more: http://www.midwilshiredentalcare.com/severe-gum-disease-a-major-concern-globally.html
Severe Gum Disease a Major Concern, Globally. Blog_-_Severe_gum_disease.jpg Gum disease can range from overly sensitive, puffy gums that bleed easily to periodontitis – a serious gum infection that damages and destroy adjacent structures such as surrounding soft tissue and even the jawbone.
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Only a qualified oral surgeon can do an examination on you to determine whether you are in good general/oral health, but there are a few things you can determine on your own about whether you might be eligible. To find out: http://www.midwilshiredentalcare.com/am-i-a-candidate-for-dental-implants.html
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6200 Wilshire Blvd #1508, Los Angeles, California 90048
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At Mid-Wilshire Dental Care, our team of dentists provides a variety of dental treatments to help individuals maintain a healthy smile.