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Removing Stains Through Cosmetic Dentistry

While the process of replacing your compromised teeth has been made simpler and more straight-forward nowadays, preventive dentistry still remains the main source of healthy smiles. Indeed, your mouth’s health and function are of the utmost importance, and it is up to you and your dentist to help keep it that way for life. Still,… Read more »

Why You Should Always Floss

It goes without saying that nearly everything in some form or another can have a negative influence on our smiles. After all, oral health is comprised of function, structure, and more, and each structure works together to accomplish day-to-day tasks. Still, falling short on our preventive dental routine can cause a significant amount of damage… Read more »

Understanding Oral Cancer

Last week’s blog takes a look at the manner in which oral bacteria cause damage to a number of areas of the mouth, including the internal pulp and nerves of your teeth. While decay is arguably the most common threat to one’s dental health, it is far from the only problem out there. In fact,… Read more »

Replacing One Or Several Teeth With Lifelike Restorations

While you may believe that brushing your teeth regularly is enough to stop the destruction caused by harmful oral bacteria and guarantee a lifelong smile, reality states otherwise. In fact, the standard oral health regimen consists of a natural balance of brushing and flossing at home, attending routine checkups and cleanings, and paying close attention… Read more »

When to Consider Porcelain Veneers

Many individuals take great pride in their smile, while others may not be completely satisfied with how it cosmetically appears. Fortunately, if you are concerned with stains or light chips that blemish your smile, the solution to solving the matter could be very simple. Silver Smiles in Silver City, NM can help you cosmetically enhance… Read more »

You’ve Heard Of Spring Cleaning…But Fall Cleaning?

You know all about spring cleaning, when you dust, you toss out the stuff you don’t use anymore, you organize as much as you can, you de-clutter, and you may even extend this clean everything out mentality to your daily and long-term life schedule, too! While this can prove beneficial for your oral health, should… Read more »