Tooth Pain? 5 Signs You May Need a Root Canal

Do you need a root canal?

What Your Toothache May Be Telling You Toothaches can range from mildly annoying to severely debilitating, but what remains consistent is that they’re the body’s way of signaling that something isn’t quite right. While not all toothaches require root canal therapy, this treatment option stands out as a common solution to alleviate severe pain and…

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Can a Smile Makeover Boost My Self-Confidence?

A smile makeover can be life changing.

Are you happy with your smile? A healthy, white smile has an incredible amount of power. It can turn heads when you walk into a room, endear you to others before you’ve ever met them, and fill you with a sense of self-confidence. Conversely, an unhealthy smile can leave you feeling constantly uncomfortable, self-conscious, and…

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Understanding Preventive Dentistry: 5 Tips for a Healthy Mouth

Preventive dentistry can save teeth.

Your Role in Preventive Dentistry Did you know that when you brush your teeth at home, you are actually engaging in preventive dentistry? It’s true! Of course, we know you’re not a dentist (and probably don’t play one on television). But the fact is that preventive dentistry is about partnering with your dental team to…

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What is a Full Smile Makeover and Can I Get One?

A smile makeover made just for you.

Get a smile makeover at Parmer Lane Family Dentistry. Some people aren’t happy with their smiles for one reason or another. That is why Parmer Lane Family Dentistry offers complete smile makeover solutions for our patients. Our smile makeovers include comprehensive aesthetic dentistry treatments, like teeth whitening, veneers, and more. If you are thinking about…

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Understanding 3 Psychological Benefits of Dental Implants

Smile restoration with dental implants.

Restoring Your Smile With Dental Implants Did you know that about 1 in 6 adults over age 65 have lost all of their natural teeth? And of those 32 teeth that we’re supposed to have, adults over age 20 only have an average of 25.5 remaining teeth. Let’s do the math. That means most adults…

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