Teeth Whitening: Separating Facts from Fiction

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Many people are now turning to teeth whitening procedures to not only enhance their smiles but to also boost their self-confidence. Teeth whitening is a cosmetic procedure that lightens or whitens the shade of your teeth by percentages. It is also used to complement other cosmetic dentistry procedures including an Invisalign treatment. Due to the […]

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The Relationship Between Periodontal Disease and Diabetes

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Scientific research has shown that individuals diagnosed with diabetes are more likely to develop periodontal or gum disease. There are many people with Type 2 diabetes who suffer from gum disease, which begs the question, Is there is a causal relationship between diabetes and periodontal disease? The relationship between the two conditions has to do […]

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Should I Choose Dental Bonding or Porcelain Veneers?

Cracks, chips, stains, gaps, spaces, and worn or “short” teeth may seem like minor dental issues but can have a significant impact on the appearance of your smile. These common cosmetic concerns can be easily corrected with procedures such as porcelain veneers or dental bonding, which can rejuvenate a damaged tooth and restore lost functionality. […]

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Which Is Better: Teeth Whitening or Porcelain Veneers?

A bright, vibrant smile is often considered a sign of health and beauty. If you have stains and tooth discoloration that are negatively impacting the appearance of your smile, Dr. Marianna Farber offers a number of cosmetic solutions that can whiten your teeth. Professional teeth whitening treatments are a fast and easy way to significantly […]

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What are the Health Benefits of Invisalign®?

Most of our patients understand the cosmetic benefits of the Invisalign® system, which allows you to discreetly straighten your teeth without the bulky brackets and wires required by traditional braces. However, Invisalign® can also provide a number of oral and overall health benefits that may be surprising: Overcrowded and misaligned teeth can increase the risk […]

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How Do I Choose the Right Dentist for my Dental Implants?

When choosing a dentist for dental implants, Dr. Marianna Farber recommends thoroughly researching your choices so you can make an informed decision in regard to your oral health. There are a number of factors to consider when selecting a dentist for your dental implants, including: Skill, knowledge, and experience of the dentist Qualifications of the […]

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How Does Smoking Impact Dental Implants?

At Contemporary & Esthetic Dentistry, dental implants are one of our most popular methods of tooth replacement. With stability and comfort that can far exceed traditional bridges or dentures, dental implants require no additional maintenance (apart from regular brushing and flossing) and can offer natural-looking results that blend seamlessly with the rest of your smile. […]

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Tips for Dental Care as We Age

According to Dr. Marianna Farber, taking care of your teeth at all ages of your life is an important part of protecting your health. While this is often stressed to children, many people may not realize this is just as important later in life. At Contemporary & Esthetic Dentistry, we emphasize to our older patients […]

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Habits That Wreck Your Teeth

Dr. Marianna Farber offers a range of cosmetic and restorative procedures at Contemporary & Esthetic Dentistry to rejuvenate the appearance and the function of her patients’ smiles. She also spends time educating her patients on best practices when it comes to at-home dental care. Many of us have a habit or two that may seem […]

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What’s the Best Option for a Chipped Tooth?

There is no one answer for how to best handle a chipped tooth, since each case is unique. Depending upon the extent of the damage and the placement of the tooth, Dr. Marianna Farber may recommend different courses of action. For example, a tooth toward the back of the mouth with a minor chip can […]

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