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Find A Few Minutes To Floss

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An reason often given by people who don’t floss is that the practice is difficult to fit into their daily schedule. If you’ve found this to be true, and feel like you are too busy to floss, Allen Park Dental Care has some suggestions for how you can fit flossing into your day. The most […]

Beautifying With Bonding

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At Allen Park Dental Care, our cosmetic dentistry toolkit is filled with useful tools for fixing most types of cosmetic tooth issues. In the past few years, porcelain veneers, dental implants, and same-day teeth whitening have attracted a lot of attention. In today’s post, we are going to talk about an effective, yet relatively uncelebrated […]

Trust Allen Park Dental Care For Accurate Dental Info

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Dental patients are better-informed than ever before, and it’s not surprising that much of their knowledge about oral health is gleaned from online sources. The team at The Allen Park Dentist thinks that overall, this is a positive development: proactive self-education can be beneficial. But we caution our friends and neighbors in the Detroit area […]

Spotlight-Ready Smiles

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A mouth full of unattractive teeth can detract from anyone’s appearance. Having a red-carpet-worthy smile can bring you increased satisfaction and confidence in your social interactions with your distinguished A-list friends. This smile, however, doesn’t have to have a celebrity price tag. Five-star yet affordable cosmetic dentistry and VIP treatment is available at Allen Park […]

To Chew Or Not To Chew

To Chew Or Not To Chew In Allen Park

Hello gum chewers! The Allen Park dentist is going to talk about that sticky wad in your mouth. You know that it can freshen your breath, but can it really help guard your smile from tooth decay? It really depends on the type of gum. Chewing regular sucrose-based gum can be beneficial in removing bits […]

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