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Why is it necessary for young adults to have their wisdom teeth removed in the first place? At Atkins and Anderson, DDs, we’re here to answer all your wisdom teeth questions, from pre-surgery to recovery.
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Many orthodontists recommend a removable retainer for the top teeth and a fixed or permanent retainer for the lower teeth. Because of their convenience, permanent retainers are a popular choice. Atkins and Anderson Dentistry has reviewed everything you need to know about fixed retainers to make the best choice for your teeth.
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Accidents happen. That might just be the first lesson we all learn. That and “it’s all fun and games until someone gets hurt.” These principles apply to many situations that lead to a chipped or broken tooth. In many cases, it’s purely an accident with an outcome you never saw coming. But at Atkins and Anderson Dentistry, we understand that accidents happen. We don’t judge our patients. We help them! So don’t let embarrassment prevent you from calling us when something happens and your too...
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If you’re unhappy with your teeth, several options will give you the confidence to smile again. In fact, two of the most common dental cosmetic services create a straighter and whiter smile. Atkins and Anderson Dentistry will customize a treatment plan based on your age, goals, and financial comfort level. When you trust us to take care of your cosmetic dental needs, you won’t want to hide your smile anymore.
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After years of wearing your favorite jeans, they get worn out. The color fades, and the seams stretch, threads come loose around the knee. Unfortunately, this is normal. And after wearing them one more time, you know it’s time to throw them out. Over years of use which results in natural wear and tear, the function of your teeth diminishes and their color fades. The good news is, unlike your jeans, you don’t have to discard your teeth—you can restore them! Atkins and Anderson Dentistry offers...
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Your smile is an important part of who you are. It’s how you express joy and greet others. It’s how you encourage your child when he looks for you in the stands during his basketball game. At Atkins and Anderson Dentistry, we want you to love your smile and show it off as often as possible. If you have concerns or are embarrassed about your teeth, we offer many cosmetic dental services to correct various minor issues. It’s time to show off your smile, not hide it!
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If you’re over the age of 7, we hope you don’t sing, “All I want for Christmas is my two front teeth”—and mean it. There’s nothing like a cracked or missing tooth to derail holiday cheer. But accidents do happen. If you or one of your children experience a dental emergency over the holidays, we want you to feel prepared and confident that you’re taking the right steps. Steps to Take if the Dentist Office is Closed Step 1: Determine Whether or Not You Have an Emergency. Sharp pain...
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If you look into a mirror and only notice the imperfections in your smile, insecurity washes over you and you’re determined to mask your true smile at all costs. You may resolve to the fact that cosmetic dental procedures are too expensive, and you’re stuck with the teeth you have. But have you heard of tooth bonding? It is a painless, cost-efficient way to remedy minor imperfections like a chipped or discolored tooth or to fill a gap in your teeth. You don’t have to hide your smile anymore! ...
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At Anderson and Atkins Dentistry, we agree with the adage that “knowledge is power.” A visit to the dentist stirs up anxiety in many people, which leads them to procrastinate on scheduling an appointment. But if your questions are answered, we hope that you feel empowered to make a wise decision to take care of your health which includes your mouth! You can walk into your appointment with confidence knowing what to expect and why each visit is worth your time.
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Sports are back! We know after the long hiatus due to COVID-19, your kids are glad to be playing again. However, it’s important to take precautions to avoid unnecessary injuries. Various reports note that sports-related injuries account for nearly 36% of unintentional injuries to children and teenagers. The American Dental Association (ADA) states that of those injuries, 10-20% are facial trauma. Dental injuries are the most common type of facial trauma—and the most preventable—according to T...
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