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If you asked people to name the hardest substance in their body, most would say it is their bones. However, that response is incorrect. The right answer is that dental enamel, which makes up the outermost visible layer of your teeth, is the strongest material in the body.
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Smart snacking is important. Satisfying your urge to eat in between meals means choosing to munch on raw vegetables, fruits, cheese or other healthy foods over sugary treats.
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First introduced to the public in the 1980’s, the popularity of teeth whitening procedures has soared. According to a survey conducted by the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry, when respondents were asked, “What would you like to improve most about your smile?” The most common response was: whiter and brighter teeth.
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Whether your teeth are stained, chipped, misshapen, misaligned, or you need to replace missing teeth, your dentist has just the right cosmetic solution to create an attractive, natural looking smile.
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Check out this 5 star Google My Business review by Kim Phillips:
THE WHOLE STAFF IS AWWWESOME , at Dr.Rayburn never NO GAMES, NO PAINS
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One key to avoiding setbacks during the academic year is to begin school with a healthy smile! With more than 51 million school hours lost each year to dental-related illness, it’s easy to see why routine checkups and cleanings are so important.
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First introduced by a Swedish surgeon named, Per-Ingevar Branemark in the 1950’s, dental implants have become the most popular and widely recognized method for the replacement of missing teeth today. By current estimates, roughly 3 million people have already received dental implants, with this number increasing at a staggering rate of 500,000 per year!
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