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It’s Already June – Your Dental Insurance Will Expire Before You Know It!

June 3, 2019

Filed under: Uncategorized — smile_fitness @ 2:38 pm

Computer screen that reads, Dental BenefitsJust about everyone would agree that time flies. It seems like it wasn’t very long ago that we rang in the new year, but here we are and it’s already June! While you may think that the next new year is a long way off, it’ll be here before you know it. And since most dental insurance expires on December 31st, you’ll be losing your benefits sooner than you think as well. To avoid missing out on what is essentially “free money” for seeing a dentist in Phoenix, find out how to maximize your insurance benefits and achieve a healthy, beautiful smile – with little to no out-of-pocket cost!


Why You Shouldn’t Prolong Replacement with Dental Implants

May 15, 2019

Filed under: Uncategorized — smile_fitness @ 5:51 pm

Dental implantHave you had a tooth extracted recently or do you have an extraction coming up? While this procedure may be completely necessary to get you out of mouth pain, what’s just as important is that you replace your tooth after it’s taken out. Unlike other medical conditions that get better with time, oral health issues like missing teeth will only become worse. Unfortunately, even a single missing tooth can cause serious problems if it isn’t replaced. Keep reading to learn the hidden dangers of prolonged tooth replacement and why dental implants are your best option for a complete and healthy smile.


Is a Pain-Free Root Canal Really Possible?

April 2, 2019

Filed under: Uncategorized — smile_fitness @ 5:08 pm

Woman with dental painPeople often joke and compare root canals to other unpleasant, uncomfortable or painful scenarios. However, root canal therapy saves an estimated 24 million teeth each year in the United States – without causing patients any significant pain! Advances in modern dentistry mean that getting a root canal today is no more unpleasant than routine dental work. Still not convinced that a pain-free root canal is possible? Keep reading below.


Walk-In Dentist Near You!

March 5, 2019

Filed under: Uncategorized — smile_fitness @ 3:27 pm

Man experiencing dental pain. You went to bed feeling fine only to awake during the night with excruciating tooth pain! You can’t imagine what happened to cause this, all you know is that you need relief as soon as possible. Sometimes same-day dentistry is difficult to come by, and that’s why your team at Smile Fitness Dental Center offers convenient morning, evening, and Saturday appointments, which makes them the walk-in dentist that patients in Phoenix, AZ, trust.


Healthy Gums and How to Keep Them!

February 18, 2019

Filed under: Uncategorized — smile_fitness @ 9:58 pm

Woman brushing her teeth. Just as your house is built on a firm foundation, so are your teeth – your gums! If your gums aren’t healthy, your teeth could be at risk. Here’s what your dentist wants you to understand about gum disease and the importance of maintaining a stable foundation for your teeth.


Is Sedation Dentistry Safe?

January 21, 2019

Filed under: Uncategorized — smile_fitness @ 9:53 pm

sedated patient resting comfortablyDoes the idea of visiting the dentist make you uneasy? That’s okay; you’re not alone. Fortunately, sedation dentistry offers a gentle, effective way to get the care you need without the worry that keeps you away. Common options include nitrous oxide, oral sedatives, and IV solutions. In this post we’ll look at these approaches.


Help! I’m Having Tooth Pain, What Should I Do?

December 13, 2018

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Man experiencing dental pain. Your tooth feels sensitive to your coffee in the morning; however, you’re unsure if it’s the right time to contact your dentist. After all, ibuprofen seems to manage the discomfort. The next thing you know, you are waking during the night with severe tooth pain. Now you’re sure it’s time to call the dentist, but you wonder if you could’ve avoided the pain and these waking hours during the night? Here’s what your dentist wants you to know about tooth pain.


A Dentist Gives a Short Guide To Root Canals – Find Out What To Expect!

November 18, 2018

Filed under: Uncategorized — smile_fitness @ 7:36 pm

A cross section of a tooth getting a root canalIn many ways, it’s easier to fear something you don’t understand than something you do. Root canals are a classic example – many people dread hearing from their dentist that they need a root canal, but they aren’t quite sure why it’s necessary or how the procedure is performed. One thing is certain: The vast majority of patients can’t believe how much easier their root canal is than they expected! Keep reading for a short guide to learn about the symptoms you might notice when you need a root canal and what you can expect from the procedure. You’ll also get some ballpark figures for the cost so there won’t be any surprises!


From Your Dentist: What You Should Know About Gum Disease

October 30, 2018

Filed under: Uncategorized — smile_fitness @ 8:48 pm

Woman having a dental examination.Periodontal (gum) disease affects more than half of American adults in some form, and what’s worse is many of them don’t realize they have it. That’s because this condition progresses slowly at first, with very few symptoms and hardly any pain in the beginning. So how can you protect yourself against gum disease? Your dentist explains.


Why Would an Emergency Dentist Need To Take X-Rays In an Emergency?

September 12, 2018

Filed under: Uncategorized — smile_fitness @ 1:35 pm

A tooth next to a first-aid kit Despite the best intentions, life doesn’t always go according to plan. Unfortunately, accidents, mishaps and emergencies happen to everyone at some time or another – and sometimes they affect your teeth. If you’ve ever found yourself in a dental emergency, you know that, above all else, you want to get out of pain as quickly as possible! That’s why it can be frustrating to arrive at your appointment with an emergency dentist, only to be told that X-rays need to be done. However, there’s a good reason a dentist may need X-rays: They give them the crucial information they need to provide you with the best care. Keep reading to learn more about why X-rays may be needed in an emergency and what they can tell a dentist about your oral health.


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