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Maplewood Laser Dental Clinic
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If you love to drink coffee, be sure to see us regularly for your semi annual, and ask us about our teeth whitening services. Call us to make an appointment!
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Hope everyone has an excellent Valentines day! Don't forget to show your teeth some love by brushing and flossing!
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It's Friday! All the more reason to smile and flash those pearly whites!
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Four minutes a day! That is all we ask for. The benefits are definitely worth four minutes! 
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Do you suffer from dental anxiety? If you’re one of those people, you may wonder what you can do to overcome your fears. Check out our latest blog post to learn about five of the most common ways you can use to help you overcome your dental anxiety.
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A dental implant mimics a natural tooth, ensuring long lasting results!
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Statistics reveal that we place a high value on our smiles. An American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry survey found that 99.7% of adults believe a smile is an important social asset, while 74% of adults feel an unattractive smile can hurt a person’s chance for career success. Make sure your smile is putting you on a high pedestal, call us today!
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Many people believe that there is no need to get their teeth professionally cleaned because they feel like brushing and flossing at home is good enough. Well, it’s not. Infections and bacteria, among other things, can go unnoticed without proper and frequent dental cleanings. Learn more about how often to get your teeth cleaned and why in our latest blog. 
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Brushing and flossing your teeth twice a day is the best way to keep your smile bright, and your mouth healthy! 
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Do you have a sharp pain when you bite down on food? There are several possible problems associated with this. You could be experiencing a decaying tooth, a loose filling or crack in the tooth, or there may also be damage to the pulp tissue inside the tooth. To determine what is the real problem and an appropriate solution, visit our office today! 
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