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Smile Makeovers in Peoria

The best makeovers are the ones that give the biggest reveal without requiring you to make major changes. Smile makeovers are the perfect way to meet your goal of improving your appearance, and the majority of the services that we offer for transforming smiles at Maple Shade Dental Group in Peoria only take a couple of office visits to complete. While the…

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How Do You Know If Cosmetic Dentistry in Peoria Is Right for You?

When you looked in the mirror today, take a moment to consider whether you felt like smiling or frowning? If you detest seeing imperfections in your smile to the point that you’ve started hiding it, then you should know that we have options available at Maple Shade Dental Group to bring back your former self-confidence. Anyone who doesn’t like their smile can…

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A Healthy Diet for a Healthy Smile

Good dental hygiene habits are some of the best-known ways to prevent dental problems. Brushing and flossing remove the plaque that causes tooth decay and gum disease. However, brushing and flossing are not necessarily enough to keep your smile bright and glowing. A healthy diet supports good dental health in ways good dental hygiene alone cannot. With regular dental visits…

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A Fresh Approach to Dental Care

Our fresh approach isn’t anything new, however, it is something every dental office should do. At Maple Shade Dental Group in {GEOID], we treat patients as customers. In a way there are our customers, as they can choose to go see any dentist they want. Like any high-end business, we get and keep customers with top-quality customer service. We treat you right,…

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Why You Can Trust Your Oral Health to Maple Shade Dental Group

Dental health is a critical component of your overall, total health. Oral issues left untreated can develop into pain, infection and other symptoms; ultimately, they could even lead to the loss of teeth. Even if you practice good preventative oral care at home through regular brushing and flossing, you still need to see a dentist once or twice a year…

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Facts About Oral Cancer

Oral cancer awareness is extremely important. About 54,000 Americans are diagnosed with it every year. After five years, only 57% of them will still be alive. Early detection saves lives, as the survival rate is higher in people who are diagnosed when the cancer is in its earliest stages. Dentists routinely screen for it during exams and dental hygienists also…

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October Is National Dental Hygiene Month

October starts the end-of-the-year celebrations, and almost everyone’s thoughts turn to candy, cookies, and other holiday treats and sweets, as well as cider and hot chocolate. If you’re a dentist, however, your thoughts are probably on the effects all these treats have on your patients’ teeth. October is also the start of National Dental Hygiene Month. At our Peoria office,…

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Gum Care Awareness

 How Important Is Gum Health?  September is Gum Care Awareness month, although few people know about it. Even though it’s not widely celebrated like some other awareness month diseases, good gum health is integral to good physical health. Therefore, the importance of healthy gums to a healthy body can’t be overstated. Poor gum health is the leading cause of tooth…

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Emergency Dentistry FAQ

Here are the answers to some of the most frequently asked questions regarding emergency dentistry. What Kinds of Dental Problems Are Considered Emergencies? Types of dental emergencies range from injuries causing a tooth to become loose or knocked out to damage caused by an infection. Therefore, if you ever experience an injury or trauma to your mouth that causes damage…

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Basic Dental Care in Peoria

A long, healthy life begins with good dental care. Although most people don’t consider their oral health vital to their physical health, research has shown that the two are inextricably linked. Those who have good oral health have a lower rate of serious disease. In contrast, those who have poor oral health have a higher incidence of serious diseases such…

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