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Greenhills Dental Care
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General Dentistry & Sleep Dentistry located in Fremont, CA
General Dentistry & Sleep Dentistry located in Fremont, CA

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Invisalign Specialist in Fremont, California
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Instead of using metal brackets and wires like traditional braces, the Invisalign system uses a series of custom-made, computer-generated plastic aligners to straighten your smile. The aligners are discrete and easy to remove before eating, playing sports, or brushing your teeth.

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If you live near Fremont, California, and would like to learn more about the benefits and uses for Invisalign, contact Shirley H. Bien, DMD, and the team at Greenhills Dental Care. Appointments are available by phone (510-806-7091) or online via our website.
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Wisdom Tooth Extraction in Fremont, California
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Your wisdom teeth are often the last adult teeth to emerge, but their location in the very back of the mouth makes them problematic. For many people, their wisdom teeth exert pressure on the surrounding healthy teeth, causing pain, discomfort, and even some bite misalignment problems.

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Dr. Bien and the team at Greenhills Dental Care can safely and painlessly extract troublesome wisdom teeth and help protect your smile. To schedule an appointment with us at our clinic in Fremont, California, use our online scheduling tool or call 510-806-7091 today.
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TMJ Treatment Specialist in Fremont, California
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Are you finding it difficult to get through the day due to pain and discomfort when you move your jaw? Pain, clicking sounds, stiffness, ear aches, and headaches may be the signs of a problem with your temporomandibular joint, or a TMJ disorder.

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If you are experiencing pain and discomfort in your jaw, go online or call 510-806-7091 to request an appointment with the skilled and experienced team at Greenhills Dental Care — now accepting new patients in Fremont, California.
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Did You Know You Should Exercise When You're Tired?

It's a good idea to exercise when you're physically tired. Why? Because the blood and oxygen flowing through your body when exercising will give you more energy and improve your overall mood! The increase in endorphin levels will leave you feeling happier!

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Dental Implant Experts in Fremont, California
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Are you missing one or more teeth? A dental implant is a great way to restore the function and appearance of your smile for years to come. Dental implants can also be used to help support certain kinds of dentures, offering more stability and comfort for day-to-day activities.

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If you live near Fremont, California, schedule an appointment at Greenhills Dental Care to learn more about the benefits and uses of dental implants. Go online to our website or call 510-806-7091 to book your next visit with us!
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Root Canal Specialist in Fremont, California
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Contrary to what you may have seen in fiction, root canal procedures are pain-free and easy for the patient. Plus, root canal therapy can help you resolve persistent tooth aches and pains once and for all.

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If you have a toothache and need treatment near Fremont, California, schedule an appointment with the experienced and friendly staff at Greenhills Dental Care. Appointments are available by phone (510-806-7091) or online via our website.
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Happy Valentine’s Day! 💕
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This Valentine’s Day, start with you. Instead of buying a sweet treat, practice your cooking skills with a homemade meal. Cooking at home is a great way to control your ingredients and how much you eat, to support heart health. Love yourself this Valentine’s Day with mindful eating and delicious food!

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How to Recognize Signs of Oral Cancer
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Oral cancer affects nearly 50,000 people a year, according to information released by the American Cancer Society in 2017. This disease can appear virtually anywhere in the mouth, including the lips, teeth, gums, roof of the mouth, flesh under the tongue, and elsewhere.

Initially oral cancer will take on the appearance of a bump, sore, or swelling in the mouth for a majority of cases. If you see something in your mouth that doesn't look right, schedule appointment with the team at Greenhills Dental Care.

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Treatment Options for Gingivitis
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The first sign of gum disease is a condition known as gingivitis. Symptoms normally include red, swollen gums that bleed easily, especially while flossing. Although gingivitis is considered mild, it can progress to a more serious condition known as periodontitis if left untreated.

Practice good oral hygiene to reduce your risk of developing gingivitis. If you need specialized care to protect the health of your gums, schedule an appointment at Greenhills Dental Care in Fremont, California.

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Stop Chewing Ice — It's Bad for Your Teeth!
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Ice may seem like a fairly harmless thing to eat (“It’s just water, right?”), but chewing on ice can actually be detrimental to your oral health. Even though your enamel is fairly strong, it can become chipped and damaged while chewing ice, especially if you make a habit of it.

Teeth that are chipped and cracked are much more prone to infection and other oral health issues. If you have damaged teeth, you may want to consider dental crowns or veneers to conceal the damage but maintain your natural, beautiful smile.

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