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Can Dental Implants in Orlando Make You Happier?

July 7, 2018

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smiling older coupleDental implants in Orlando come with a long list of benefits. They can improve your oral health, save your bone structure, and help you eat a nutritious diet. But their advantages go even further than that. When you decide to replace your missing teeth and regain your lost smile, you may find that you are happier as you go about your daily life. How can implants boost your emotional well-being?

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Can Insurance Help with the Cost of Dental Implants?

June 15, 2018

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portrait of a smiling coupleIf you are getting dental implants in 2018, you can most likely expect that to be one of the most major purchases of your year. Dental implants cost a lot because you get a lot in return — like a sturdy, long-lasting tooth replacement option that promotes oral and overall health for a lifetime to come.

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Dental Implants in Orlando are Computer Guided

May 18, 2018

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older man smilingDental implants are truly the most lifelike option for tooth replacement. When you choose to have an implant, you are replacing both the root and crown of a missing tooth. In this way, your smile is restored, jaw health is maintained and adjacent teeth are not impacted the way they are with a bridge or partial. In some cases, your dentist may opt for computer-guided dental implants in Orlando. This procedure increases a success rate that is already quite high—98 percent! Read on to learn more about dental implants and the Carestream 8100 3D for computer-guided precision.

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5 Ways to Celebrate Oral Care from Your Children’s Dentist in Orlando

February 5, 2018

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A woman and child brushing each other’s teeth.Instead of buying that box of chocolates or flowers, you can invest that money towards something that can benefit you and your child. How about a new toothbrush and a full bottle of your favorite toothpaste? The American Dental Association uses February to celebrate Children’s Dental Health Month, so why not take the time to talk to your kids about oral health?

To kick things off, your children’s dentist in Orlando has come up with 5 ways to practice oral care and celebrate the month right. Think of it this way: a dollar spent on prevention is dozens more saved in treatment costs, so make your month worth it!

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Family Dentist Suggests 4 Resolutions to Improve Your Oral Health

January 1, 2018

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woman with pretty smileThe sad fact is that most New Year’s Resolutions don’t survive for more than a couple of weeks into January. People get excited about their goals, and they might even spend a lot of money on the tools and equipment that they think will help them get there. But they might expect too much of themselves and soon give up on what they hoped to accomplish. Why not be among the proud few who stick to their resolutions? You can do so by setting small, reasonable goals that benefit you in a big way. For example, you can recommit to your oral health. Your family dentist suggests four ways in which you can care for your smile in 2018:

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Your Dentist in 32803 Explains Implant Placement Here!

November 27, 2017

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Your dentist wants to help you repair your smile, especially when you’re missing teeth. One of the best ways you can fix a smile with missing teeth is to replace them with dental implants from your dentist in 32803.

If you know anything about dental implants, you know they must be surgically placed. Learn more about the process of getting dental implants here.

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3 Reasons to Use Your Dental Insurance Before 2018

October 1, 2017

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save moneyWhile most people know that dental insurance is a great way to save on their dental care, what many are not aware of is that most policies have something called an annual maximum. This is the highest dollar amount of care per person, per year a plan will cover, and it actually resets at the beginning of each year. This means if you have not met your maximum by the time January 1st rolls around, all that extra money will not carry over and basically be lost. This is just one of many reasons you should try to use your dental benefits before the end of the year, and today, we’re going to share 3 more. (more…)

5 Reasons Why Porcelain Veneers in Orlando May Be Right for You

August 28, 2017

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Woman with pretty smileIf you are like one-third of adults, you probably do not like how your teeth look. Every time you look in the mirror, you are left feeling disappointed while you also struggle with daily insecurities. Although you have probably considered cosmetic dentistry in the past, you are not too sure which procedures are right for you. You have heard many great things about porcelain veneers in Orlando, but are they right for you? If you are ready to transform your smile, there is an easy way to help determine if veneers are the best choice.
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Dr. Russo’s Award-Winning Dental Implants for Orlando Smiles

July 31, 2017

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woman relaxing at a restaurantMissing teeth? Skip the grieving period, forget about “just living with it” — your first priority after losing a tooth should be replacing it. It’s time to rebound with a quality restorative option that helps you eat, speak, and smile with confidence! And when people in our area need dental implants, the premiere option in tooth replacement, Orlando dentist Dr. John E. Russo provides the superior care they’re looking for.

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Dentist in Orlando Solves Microdontia with Restorations

June 19, 2017

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A dentist in Orlando you can turn to for significant smile improvements. Genetics determine everything from your natural hair color to the shape of your eyes, and so it’s not a surprise that genetic factors are also at play when it comes to what your teeth look like. Microdontia is a condition that runs in the family — just like generosity or a love of Frasier — and it makes your teeth look small, like baby teeth. Aside from affecting your smile confidence, microdontia also impacts the function of your bite. Your dentist in Orlando, Dr. John E. Russo, can help. Three common cosmetic and restorative solutions for microdontia (and other cosmetic issues) include composite bonding, dental veneers, and crowns.

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