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Woman Embarrassed About Her Teeth

Don’t Hide That Smile

Are stained, chipped, or crooked teeth cramping your smile? Years Ago, the only solution for unattractive teeth was disguising them with crowns. Today, we’ve got better options in porcelain veneers, cosmetic bonding, and teeth whitening. Take porcelain veneers for example, thanks to recent improvements in dental materials and technology, these “instant orthodontics” are easy, painless, […]

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Looking Good at Any Age

These days, ordinary people are cosmetically enhancing their appeal, stripping years from bodies, faces, and smiles. And dentistry can go a long way in helping you look as young as you feel! Cosmetic vs. Restorative Dentistry What’s the difference? Both have to do with individual wants and needs. The goal of cosmetic dentistry is to […]

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A Bright, Healthy Smile

With Simple Cosmetic Dentistry in Madison, TN A bright smile is your most appealing and expressive feature. It projects a positive attitude and high self-esteem—which translates into success in school, business, and your personal life. The face is the most critical and integral aspect of your body image. Not surprisingly, the teeth are important in […]

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Give Yourself a Summertime Smile

Fulfilling that resolution to get your body in shape for the summertime? That’s something to smile about. Go for it! It’s even easier to shape up your smile along with it. Do dark, dingy teeth or unsightly imperfections like chips or gaps cause you to thing twice about your looks? If so, teeth whitening or […]

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Cosmetic Bonding: Your Solution to a Brighter Smile?

While cosmetic bonding is well over 25 years old, improvements in the materials have recently made bonding one of the hottest item in dentistry. Bonding is a procedure in which a white plastic filling can be applied to the natural outer surface of the tooth. We can take a discolored or broken tooth and “glue” a […]

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