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Understanding how to choose a cosmetic dentist is the most important part of beginning your adventure to a better smile. Whether you’re looking for teeth whitening, veneers, laminates, or some other procedure, knowing how to find the right dentist will ensure you get great care and the procedure can yield the best results for you.

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"Time after time we have patients coming into the office seeking a more permanent solution to tooth loss. More often than not they have tried dentures or other removable prosthetics and are unhappy with their results. "

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What’s a dental implant?
What’s a dental implant?
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Eating right and exercising are basic tenants of good health. After all, watching your waistline does more than just make you look trim and fit – it plays an important part in your overall physical health and self-esteem.

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Dental crowns are one of the most common prosthetics used in dentistry today. A crown is a tooth shaped cap that is placed over a tooth. This helps to bring the tooth back to its original shape, while improving its strength and appearance.
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Keep your teeth and mouth healthy! Part of this is to routinely see a hygienist. See why!
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A mouth rinse (also known as a mouthwash or an oral rinse) is more important than you might think. You might have a mouthwash at home – an over-the-counter liquid rinse that you sometimes swish around your mouth, tongue, gums, and teeth – most probably to mask bad breath. There are other types of oral rinses prescribed or recommended by your dentist for a number of reasons. Some mouth rinses are prescribed if you have a high risk of gum inflammation, tooth decay, dry mouth (also known as xerostomia, which is a lack of saliva which could lead to the increased risk of tooth decay) and gum disease. A Wellington dentist might also prescribe a mouth rinse for you to use after periodontal treatments (think root planing or scaling) or oral surgery to help with any discomfort, to reduce the microbial load in your mouth, or to promote healing.

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Veneers is a tool used to improve the overall appearance of smiles. They are wafer-thin porcelain shells shaped to fit individual teeth. The shells are permanently bonded to the front of the tooth and can fix issues with coloration, tooth size, shape, or length. Because they are designed to cover the front surface of teeth, veneers require significantly less shaping than crowns. Porcelain veneers provide the most natural look and are stain resistant. The residents of Wellington, FL can enhance their smiles in as little as two easy visits with Dr. Sam S. Sadati.

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A bright white smile is a sign of youth and health. Cosmetic dentistry services from Dr. Sadati and the team at the Sadati Center for Aesthetic Dentistry in Wellington, Florida can help to create a smile that makes you feel confident and attractive.

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Keeping your teeth clean and healthy is one of the most important things you can do for your health. There are two different types of toothbrushes you can use, a manual toothbrush and an electric toothbrush. Both toothbrushes should be replaced every six months. However, with electric toothbrushes, you only have to replace the head. There are several other benefits that many dentists agree with.

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