Month: March 2014


Porcelain Veneers for an Oh So Beautiful Smile

Porcelain veneers can transform a so so smile into something that would attract the attention of a Hollywood producer. With porcelain veneers your crooked and chipped smile will be healthy and beautiful. Porcelain veneers can even shorten or lengthen teeth and fill gaps between teeth. Not born with the best smile in the world? Your

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Teeth Whitening May be All You Need

A beautiful smile doesn’t always take extensive cosmetic dentistry. In some cases, all you may need is a professional teeth whitening session to make your pearlies white again. According to your cosmetic dentist in Denver, a professional teeth whitening session can be done in a single dental appointment or over time, it is entirely up

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Dental Implants Strongest Replacement Ever

Dental Implants are the strongest replacement for missing teeth. In fact, Dr. Leif Gambee explains that they act as natural tooth roots fusing to your jawbone. Known as osseointegration, this phenomenal occurrence means you can replace missing teeth and enjoy the foods you used to with surgically placed posts that act as real and natural

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Tobacco is a Killer for Overall and Oral Health

Everyone knows the dangers of tobacco use. The tar and nicotine causes cancer and other health problems. However, tobacco and teeth and gums aren’t a good match either. In fact, if you smoke or chew you are twice as likely to suffer from gum disease and eventually lose your teeth affecting your overall oral health.

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Straight Teeth with Invisalign® in Denver

If you have always wanted straight teeth but as an adult loathe the idea of conventional braces, talk to a team member from Lowry Advanced Dental about Invisalign®. The new way to straight teeth is nearly invisible and much more comfortable than standard wires and brackets. Customized Invisible Braces for Straight Teeth While modern conventional

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Oral Health and the Connection to your Body

Did you know that most scientists and dentists believe there is a connection between overall and oral health? For this reason, regular dental checkups are imperative. Furthermore, if you do your own research you will quickly discover that people with heart problems are twice as likely to suffer from gum disease. That’s right, and while

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