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Ensuring Your Family’s Dental Health

Greetings Jacksonville, TX! Welcome back to the ongoing dental blog of All Smiles Jacksonville. We hope back to school preparations and the first few weeks of classes haven’t been too hectic for you. Back to school time can seem overwhelming; there’s books that need to be bought, clothes that need to be picked out, and a whole host of other issues. But sometimes your children’s oral ...

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Dental Crowns Fit for a King

Greetings Jacksonville! Welcome back to the ongoing dental blog of All Smiles Jacksonville. At our extraordinary practice, we want you to feel like a king. So we’re offering to give you a crown! A dental crown is an important tool in restorative dentistry. A crown can help save a tooth that is be threatened by the presence of a large cavity. Crowns restore the function of your natural tooth, ...

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Restore Your Smile with Dental Implants

Dental Implants are one of the hottest subjects in dentistry. Finally, there’s a real viable alternative to dentures, or living without certain teeth. Dental Implants are designed to restore full function to your mouth. That means you’ll be able to eat and speak normally once again. There are any number of reasons you may be missing a tooth or teeth. Years of improper dental hygiene, ...

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Four Tips for Fresh Breath

Maybe you’re closing a big sale at work; you go for the handshake and suddenly wonder ‘how does my breath smell?’ Sometimes that breath mint after a meal just doesn’t cut it, especially if you’re leaning in for a first kiss on a date, or conducting important business. Onions and garlic. Oh my. These two foods seem to have a particular fearsome reputation when it comes to the subject ...

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3 Ways to Avoid Teeth Cavities

Good day, Jacksonville! Welcome back to the ongoing blog of All Smiles, in Jacksonville, TX. In today’s blog we want to talk about something near and not dear to your teeth: cavities. We’re going to start by discussing what causes cavities, as well as give you three great tips for avoiding them. Understanding What Causes Cavities In short, cavities are caused by the build-up of plaque ...

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Summer Smiles with Zoom Whitening

Summertime brings many reasons to smile. Maybe you have a wedding to go to, maybe you’re hosting a graduation party for your kids, or maybe you’re just hitting the beach to work on your tan. Whatever the occasion, there’s sure to be lots of people to impress and lots of cameras out. But is your smile photo-worthy? With Zoom Whitening at All Smiles Jacksonville, we can have your smile ...

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Invisalign vs. Wire Braces

Are you embarrassed to smile with your mouth open? Perhaps you have embarrassing gaps in your teeth, or misaligned teeth. Maybe you’ve considered traditional wire braces to correct these issues, but fear the drawbacks of traditional wire braces? In this post, we’re going to look at three of the big advantages of selecting Invisalign over traditional braces. Here at All Smiles Jacksonville, ...

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The Hidden Dangers of Diet Soda

If you want to avoid getting cavities, don’t eat or drink sugar. Simple enough, right? And this is pretty easy to do, considering all the sugar-free snack options out there. You don’t even have to give up drinking sodas. Every brand of soda has a diet option with no sugar. Does this mean that you can drink all the diet soda you want with no risk to your oral health? No way. The claim ...

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Your Kids Will Love Brushing!

How do you convince a kid that something good for them, but boring, can be fun and exciting? You make it fun and exciting. Taking care of your teeth and gums may be tedious and unexciting, but it is one of the most important things you can do for your health. So, if you want to make dental care fun for your kids, combine it with things that are fun. At All Smiles, right here in Jacksonville, ...

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Enjoy Your Smile Without Anxiety

Fear of the dentist consistently ranks among the top ten fears in the US. In fact, WebMD estimates that as many as 20% of all Americans experience some level of dental anxiety or fear. For some it’s the actual procedures, for others it’s the feeling of helplessness that comes with lying still in a chair for long periods of time, and some people are just uncomfortable with the idea of someone ...

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