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Smiling Confidently from Childhood to Adulthood

A smile is more than just a friendly gesture. It can actually have some important psychological benefits, too. And as you encourage your children to confidently show off their smiles, you may be helping them go into adulthood with a more confident outlook on life. That may seem like a lot for a simple smile…

National Children’s Dental Health Awareness Month

February holds a special place in our hearts at Out of This World Dentistry. Why? This month is the American Dental Association’s National Children’s Dental Health Awareness Month. Throughout the month of February, dentists nationwide reach out to children in their communities to educate and stress the importance of proper pediatric dental care. Effects of…

Tips for Teaching Kids to Fight Plaque

Plaque is a sticky yellow substance that traps bacteria against the teeth. The bacteria eventually starts to eat away at the tooth surface and create cavities. Brushing and flossing teeth regularly are the keys to reducing the amount of plaque. Parents carry the most responsibility for their children’s teeth, here are some tips for teaching…

Everything You Need to Know About Oral Health and Pregnancy

Congratulations on the new addition to your family. Pregnancy is an exciting, yet busy time. A lot happens during pregnancy including changes in your oral health. For pregnant women, it is important for them to see their dentist regularly. Below is everything you need to know about oral health and pregnancy: Make a dentist appointment…

Baby Tooth Loss Traditions Around the World

Every human being has 32 permanent (or adult) teeth. Every person has incisors (front teeth), canines, pre-molars and molars on each jaw. There are eight incisors (four on each jaw), four canines and pre-molars with two on each side and on each jaw.  The front teeth and canines are used to tear apart tough food…

How Out of This World Dentistry Serves the Community

For some people, especially kids,  taking a trip to the dentist is a scary experience. We strive to make going to the dentist fun, so that we can help maintain healthy smiles for a life time!  We want to make you, and your child, feel relaxed and at home.  You will have peace of mind knowing…

Fear going to the dentist? Sedation dentistry can help

Visiting the dentist can be a scary and/or painful experience. The fear of the dentist is a fear many people, especially kids share. The dentist office visit can be manageable when the pain is minimized and the experience is hard to recall. This is why dentists use sedation techniques in their offices. There are different…

Give Yourself the Gift of a Winter White Smile

Make your holidays bright with a teeth whitening at Out of This World Dentistry for only $150! That’s 50% off our normal price. Our quick, safe and long-lasting teeth whitening is done using a high-powered light that will make your teeth shine long into the new year. This offer is valid for existing patients only….

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Use Up Your Dental Benefits Before the End of the Year!

The end of the year is quickly upon us which means you’re running out of time to use up any leftover dental benefits in your flexible spending account! Have you and your family had two cleanings and dental check ups this year? Most insurances cover 2 per year. Might as well take advantage of the…

How to Know if You Have Periodontal Disease

Gingivitis and Periodontitis Gingivitis is the mild form of periodontal disease that can be easily reversed with proper flossing and tooth brushing. Most dental patients have this form of periodontal disease. Gingivitis can worsen into periodontitis, the severest form of gum disease. With periodontitis, the gum pulls away from the teeth, leaving pockets for the…

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