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Dental Problem: A chipped or fractured tooth.
Solution: Composite and Amalgam Restorations.

Which one? There are two choices depending on the location of the broken tooth:

Composite Restorations
One of the main benefits of a composite restoration is that the resin is color-matched to your natural teeth. Composite restorations are a good cosmetic solution to fill in decayed or broken teeth.

Amalgam Restorations
An amalgam restoration is easy to apply, and has strength and durability. It’s also great for the budget. An amalgam restoration also has longevity. It’s an excellent restorative option for back teeth, where chewing forces are greatest.

Dr. Gary Horblitt has almost three decades of expertise with restorations, and will assess what kind of composite and amalgam restoration suits your dental problems. Book now for an appointment. https://1l.ink/X8TZJHD
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Did you know that the average person brushes their teeth for 45 to 70 seconds only? Per day! Yikes! To get the look AND feel of clean, brush your teeth for 2-3 minutes. Extended brush time leads to about a 41% reduction in plaque thereby boosting your oral health.
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Always a pleasure to serve. Thanks, Lauren! https://1l.ink/5L7XZK8
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Fun Fact: Dr. Horblitt's favorite dentist is none other than Hermey, the elf from “Rudolph, the Red-Nosed Reindeer,” who was committed to being the best dentist on the Isle of Misfit Toys.

Dr. Gary Horblitt has taken care of the prosthodontic and prosthetic needs of his patients since opening his dental specialty practice in 1984. He not only continues to serve the needs of his patients, he has taught many other dentists and dental technicians across the country about prosthodontics and implant dentistry. https://1l.ink/RCBN324
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Dental Problem: A gap in your teeth.
Solution: A crown or bridge.

Why do you need to fill it in the first place? How you look isn't the primary problem with teeth gaps. The spaces left by missing teeth can cause other teeth to shift, or even loosen, and result in a bad bite. Missing teeth can make it more difficult to eat, and may also affect your speech as well.

Dr. Gary Horblitt specializes in dental prosthetics, such as crowns and bridges, also known as crown and bridgework. Book now for an appointment. https://1l.ink/G8F8H2B
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A significant part of our tooth enamel is in between. Usually these are tough areas to reach. Brushing alone misses about 40% of your tooth surfaces—that’s why you need to floss. Regular visit to your dentist also ensures your teeth gets proper cleaning it needs.
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A can of soda a day will certainly not keep the dentist away! Make sure you get your teeth cleaned regularly to prevent cavities!
#revitalizingsmiles #teethcleaning #teeth #dentist #dentistry #floss #cavity
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That's almost half of your total tooth surface that isn't getting clean! Make sure you brush and floss twice a day!
#revitalizingsmiles #teethcleaning #teeth #dentist #dentistry #floss
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Let your smile curve, not your teeth! Contact us today to let us help revitalize that beautiful smile of yours!
#revitalizingsmiles #teethcleaning #teeth #dentist #dentistry
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Complete your wardrobe in the morning - always remember to smile! Contact us today to let us help revitalize that beautiful smile of yours! #revitalizingsmiles #teethcleaning #teeth #dentist #dentistry
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