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The Improvements in Dentistry

May 11, 2015

Filed under: Dentistry Pa — Tags: , , — monarchsmiles @ 12:46 pm

Thanks to the advancement in dental technology, dentists now have access to the latest equipment and tools designed for faster diagnosis, less invasive treatment, and greater overall comfort. Many potential patients are nervous about visiting their dentist; some even have dental phobias. The modern dental tools and equipment are geared towards easing those discomforts while improving the quality of dental care.   (more…)

Experienced Dentist in Pennsylvania at Flenniken Family Dentistry Explains How Dentistry has Changed

December 29, 2014

In the past, a visit to the dentist, even for a routine check-up, was something that many people usually tried to avoid possibly because of the nuisance that is associated with various treatments. Dentistry these days, however, has made the prospect of oral care less intimidating and more comfortable. The profession has gone far beyond its traditional roles. The traditional equipment of dentistry – the creepy examination chair, the drill, and the x-ray machine – have been improved as dentists use modern technologies and techniques to provide a complete oral care.

One of the significant changes that modern dental practices have enacted is to become personalized in their approach to patient’s unique concerns and needs. Today’s dental office layouts are such that they reflect a more amiable and compassionate environment in order to make patients feel at ease. Contemporary dentists today not only deal with traditional oral issues but also can assist patients with dental matters that dentists of the past may not have considered.

The 21st century dentists have made exceptional technological advances in order to improve the quality of the dental experience. Many dental offices have a web presence that enables patients to inquire about the clinic, make appointments, contact the clinic and to learn about the procedures that they may be soon facing. Educational information about the dentists also helps to acquaint patients with those who may be providing dental care to them.

Reconstructive dentistry has become a major part of today’s dental practice. Examples of reconstructive dentistry include replacing lost tooth/teeth, crowns, and dental bridges to repair damaged existing teeth; providing implants; and maxillofacial surgery to deal with problems involving the jaw and issues with the temporomandibular joint. Today’s dentists may have specialty training in different disciplines in order to offer the best treatment options for their patients.

Cosmetic dentistry has become a fast-growing specialty of modern dental practices. The number of people who are looking for teeth whitening solutions, veneers (to enhance tooth appearance) and alternative ways to metal wire braces or other types of teeth straightening options is increasing exponentially. For todays dentists, enhancing the smiles of patients has become equally important as helping patients maintain good oral health.

Preventive dental care has become a major focus for contemporary dentists. By keeping an eye on patients’ oral health, carrying out regular examinations, and utilizing modern digital x-ray methods, dentists today can often detect potential oral problems before they aggravate and save their patients the extra cost and requirement for treatments later on. One of the most significant examinations that dentists can perform is a screening for oral cancer. Innovative, non-invasive methods provide dentists with the tools that help with accurate diagnosis and treatment.

Today’s oral care is more advanced than what it was a decade or two ago. State-of-the-art tools and techniques have propelled dental practices into the lead of 21st-century health care industry.

If you are looking for contemporary dentists in Pennsylvania, who can provide a comprehensive and exceptional level of dental care using state-of-the-art tools and techniques, then Flenniken Family Dentistry is the right place. Dentists at Flenniken Family Dentistry are experienced and adept to use modern dental tools and techniques in order to provide personalized reconstructive, cosmetic and preventive dental care to their patients. Know more about Flenniken Family Dentistry by visiting www.monarchsmiles.com.

Cosmetic Dentistry – Crowns, Enamel Shaping & Contouring

December 18, 2014

In our blogs, we frequently cover topics such as teeth whitening, bonding, and veneers to help our readers attain best oral health. In this edition of blog, we are going to tell you something about crowns, enamel shaping, and contouring. These dental procedures are used to beautify the appearance of your smile.


Crowns, also known as caps, can completely cover a tooth, reinstating its normal shape and appearance. There are several reasons why you need a crown. It could be to:

•    Protect a weak tooth
•    Cover a discolored or crooked tooth
•    Hold a dental bridge in place
•    Cover a tooth with a large filling
•    Restore a worn or broken tooth
•    Protect a dental implant

Crowns can be made from gold alloy, porcelain bonded to metal alloy, or ceramic materials. Since crowns are expensive, dentists normally suggest them only when other treatments cannot produce a fair result.

Normally it can take more than one visit to receive a permanent crown; however, some dentists are adept to make an in-office same-day crown, or a temporary crown. Permanent crowns can have unusual long life if you can take good care of them.

Enamel Shaping & Contouring

Enamel shaping and countering comprise removing or trimming dental enamel to beautify the appearance of your teeth. Many dentists usually chain this process with bonding. Largely performed to adjust the shape, position, or length of teeth, enamel shaping and contouring can fix:

•    Minor bite issues
•    Irregular and chipped teeth
•    Overlapping or crooked teeth

Enamel shaping and contouring is advisable only if you have normal, healthy teeth along with adequate bone between your teeth to support them.

Two Options for Brighter Smile

July 22, 2014

Do you want a perfect bright smile? When it comes to whitening your teeth, you have two options available-in-office-based treatment, or at-home kits.

Both options involve the use of carbamide peroxide-based or hydrogen peroxide-based bleaching agents. While at-home whitening systems contain 3% to 20% peroxide, in-office systems contain 10% to 44% peroxide.

Your teeth will become brighter if you keep the whitening solution longer on your teeth. If the whitening solution, however, contains a higher percentage of peroxide, it is advisable to keep the solution for a shorter period of time on your teeth. Keeping the whitening solution, that has a higher percentage of peroxide, longer on your teeth will dehydrate your teeth and increase tooth sensitivity.

Both tooth-whitening options have their pros and cons; however, if you decide to choose the at-home whitening system, it is advisable to first talk to your dentist. You should also keep in mind that not everyone will achieve perfect  results. Whitening or bleaching will not make any difference to crowns or tooth-colored composite bondings.

In-Office Tooth Whitening

In-office teeth whitening treatment, done by your family dentist, can get teeth spotless and brighter faster. The solution that dentists use to bleach teeth is much stronger than various at-home tooth-whitening kits. Further, dentists also use a special light that expedite and enhance the whitening process.

It normally takes a half an hour to an hour, in-office,  to get the most stirring results (teeth can get four to eight shades brighter). Some dentists, instead of using a special light, use dental lasers that can speed up the whitening process. The cost of in-office whitening treatment varies, but it can range from $400 to $1000.

At-Home Teeth Whitening Options

There are various options for bleaching teeth at home, at your convenience are available. The most common from those include:

•    Tray-based tooth-whitening systems: – With this option, you can fill a mouth guard-like tray with a carbamide or hydrogen peroxide-based bleaching paste or gel and place it over your teeth. You have to do this for one to a few hours a day, for at least four weeks. Tray-based tooth-whitening systems are available over-the-counter, but your dentist can also custom-make one. The cost of this tray-based system ranges from $50 to $1000.
•    Tooth whitening gels and strips: – You can apply these peroxide-based tooth-whitening products with the help of a brush or your hands. Either of these products needs to be applied twice a day for at least a couple of weeks. The results of these products last at least four months, and they may cost you somewhere around $10 to $60.
•    Tooth whitening toothpastes: – Every toothpaste available in the market helps remove yellow stains from teeth, because it contains some mild abrasive agents. Tooth whitening toothpastes, however, contain some polishing agents, which help scrub stains without the help of any bleaching peroxide agent. Tooth-whitening toothpastes help brighten teeth by one shade, and they are inexpensive too. There are whitening toothpastes available, which contain peroxide, but they are not too effective because of their shorter duration use. As said earlier, peroxide needs to stay longer on your teeth to make them white; hence, these whitening toothpastes are not too effective.

Keeping Your Teeth White

Whether you have your teeth whitened by your dentist or use an at-home tooth-bleaching system, you can maintain the results for a longer period by regularly brushing and flossing. Further, to keep your teeth white, avoid tannin-rich and acidic foods and beverages such as:

•    Sauces (tomato, soy, curries)
•    Berries and other similar strongly-colored foods
•    Red and white wine
•    Carbonated beverages (light and dark-colored sodas)
•    Sports drinks
•    Tea and coffee

Before Teeth Whitening, You Should First Talk To Your Dentist

Tooth whitening can make your teeth sensitive temporarily. If you already have sensitive teeth, tooth whitening can create some discomfort. Further, when you use home kits incorrectly, it can lead to burned gums.

Tooth-bleaching works best for individuals who have yellowish teeth and it is less effective for those who have brown teeth. In the case if your tooth color being gray, tooth whitening probably will not work.

To be sure, whether tooth-bleaching is worth your money and time, talk to your dentist first before you use any over-the-counter tooth-bleaching product.

Tooth Sealants

July 7, 2014

Tooth sealants are nothing but thin coating of plastic that are applied on the upper or chewing surfaces of teeth. The teeth on which these sealants are applied are normally the back teeth that are the molars and premolars. When painted, this sealant quickly sticks into the grooves and hollows of the teeth thereby forming a defensive guard over the outer surface of each tooth. The primary purpose of applying tooth sealants is to prevent tooth decay.

Why Apply The Sealants?

Food particles and plaque can come off with thorough brushing and flossing, but only from the even surfaces of teeth. In all the nooks and corners of the back teeth, however, thorough brushing and flossing is not enough to remove the food particles and plaque. A dentist can “seal off” these vulnerable areas, the nooks and corners of the back teeth, by applying sealants. With these exposed areas sealed off, food particles will not be able to go inside and stuck there, whereby eliminating any possibility of plaque formation.

Who Should Get Them?

Since decay buildup is possible in the grooves and hollows of the molars and premolars, children and teens are the clear candidates for tooth sealants. Adults, however, without any molar filling can also benefit for tooth sealants.

Children between age 6 and 12 need to get sealants on their premolars and molars as early as these teeth have erupted. In this way, sealants can shield the teeth of children throughout the cavity-prone years.

How A Dentist Apply The Sealants?

It is a simple and painless procedure to apply the sealant. It requires no drilling or removing tooth structure and would normally takes only several minutes for the dentist to apply. Below are the steps how a dentist applies the sealant.

    • The teeth needed to be sealed are first cleaned thoroughly.
    • Each tooth is dried and then to keep the tooth dry an absorbent material or cotton is put around it.
    • A mild acidic solution is applied on the upper or chewing surface of the teeth, which roughens them and helps the sealant glue to the teeth properly.
    • The teeth are then washed off and dried.
    • The dentist then applies the sealant on the outer surface of the tooth, where it glues to the tooth and hardens.


How Long Do They Last?

Sealants can normally last for up to 10 years, but the dentist needs to check them regularly for a chip or damage. In case of a chip or damage, the dentist will replace the sealants.

Everything You Need To Know About Dentures

June 20, 2014

Filed under: Dentistry Pa — Tags: , , — monarchsmiles @ 5:37 am

Dentures can be one of the ideal solutions to tooth loss. These days, dentures-also known as false teeth-are not the same like the ones your grandfather or grandmother wore. Today’s dentures are comfortable, natural looking and more reliable than they were a couple of decades ago.  Problems, however, can occur if you do not take proper care of your dentures.

Let’s take a look at common denture problems, as well as how to treat or prevent them.

Denture Problems

Individuals wearing dentures need to keep their mouth clean and healthy. Further, they should ensure that the dentures they wear fit properly. Failing to do so may create the following problems:

•    Trouble eating and speaking
•    Irritation of the gum and mouth
•    Mouth infections

Treating Denture Problems

See your dentist immediately if you have problems with your dentures. Your dentures might need replaced or adjusted.

Below are some ways to treat common denture problems:

Ensure dentures fit properly. Your gums and bones will change over time, and your dentures will not fit as well as they were before. When this happens, dentures need adjusted, modification, or in some cases, replaced. Only your dentist is adept to make alterations or replacements of your dentures. Therefore, see your dentist when denture problems arise.

When you speak, speak slowly. It can be hard to say certain words when you first get dentures. During such instances, be patient and worry not. Practice uttering the difficult words aloud and speak slowly. In case your dentures move around whenever you smile or laugh, swallow or gently bite down to put them back in place. Again, visit your dentist to ensure they fit properly.

When you first get dentures, only eat soft foods. If you are having difficulty eating soft foods, try these tips:

•    Take small bites
•    Chew the food slowly
•    Avoid eating anything that is sticky
•    Use both sides of your mouth together when you chew. It prevents dentures from misaligning.

Eating will become much easier as you get used to the dentures. In due time, you should be able to eat all types of foods.

Use denture adhesive. Denture-adhesives help keep your dentures in place securely over your gum. Use only a small amount of adhesive. Also, follow the instructions carefully when using denture adhesive. Try not to use adhesives with old or poorly fitting dentures.

Infections Associated with Dentures

Some people who wear dentures may get mouth infections, such as:

•    Stomatitis: – Accumulation of too much yeast in your mouth can cause stomatitis. The noticeable symptoms of stomatitis are small red bumps on the roof of your mouth and mouth inflammation, particularly under your upper dentures.
Proper denture care and medicine prescribe by your dentist can help treat stomatitis.
•    Cheilitis: – This painful infection causes cracking and inflammation at the corners of your mouth. Again, yeast is responsible for this infection. Yeast accumulates in the moist areas of your mouth where dentures do not fit properly.

To prevent this infection, see your dentist regularly to ensure that your dentures fit properly.

Taking Care of Your Dentures

Along with ensuring they fit properly, it is essential to take proper care of your dentures. Below are some simple, yet helpful tips to keep your dentures working as well as looking their best.

Remove your dentures when you go to sleep. Never sleep while you are wearing your dentures. Your dentist might advise you to sleep with your dentures if you had multiple extractions, but other than that, do not sleep with your dentures.

Always handle your dentures with proper care. Dentures are fragile and can easily break. When holding the dentures, stay near a sink filled with water or at least, place a towel on the counter. This way, you can protect your dentures in case you accidentally drop them.

Clean your dentures every day. Here is how you can clean your dentures:

•    Immerse your dentures overnight in a denture cleaner
•    Carefully clean them in the morning before putting them in your mouth
•    To clean the dentures, use a soft-bristled brush

A word of caution – do not use bleach or household cleaners on your dentures. Also, never use toothpaste that is too abrasive.

Clean your mouth every day. Prior to wearing your dentures, gently clean and massage your tongue, gums, and roof of your mouth. Make this a daily practice. It will help keep your mouth healthy.

When not wearing, store the dentures properly. When you are not wearing your dentures, store them properly in a denture-cleaning solution. Alternatively, you can also store them in warm water. Ensure that the water is warm and not hot. Hot water can damage your dentures.

Do not use toothpicks. Using toothpicks can damage your dentures over time.

Initially, it is difficult to wear dentures. It takes time to get used to dentures. Dentures can be one of the best solutions to tooth loss, but they require good care. Taking good care of dentures and seeing your dentist for regular checkups is essential. If you notice any change in the way your dentures fit or feel you have some sort of mouth problems, visit your dentist immediately.

Top 3 Cosmetic Dental Procedures

June 13, 2014

Filed under: Dentistry Pa — Tags: , , , — monarchsmiles @ 5:00 am

These days, there are many cosmetic dentists spread across Pennsylvania and several other states. They are professionals who aim at improving the smile of their patients. Even though, they have received training in basic dentistry, they do not usually treat regular oral and dental health issues. When you do not like something about your smile, even though your teeth are healthy, then you need to utilize the services of a cosmetic dentist.

When you think about utilizing the services of a cosmetic dentist in Pennsylvania, be sure that he or she has considerable experience and skills. You are seeking a cosmetic dentist to beautify your smile; hence, you would not want to take chances with someone who is inexperienced and incompetent to work on your teeth, right? Besides, with an experienced dentist, you can rest assure that you are in safe hands. Cosmetic dentistry involves certain dental procedures that aim at beautifying the appearance of the patient’s teeth. Top three such procedures are as follows:

Teeth Whitening

One of the most sought after cosmetic dental procedure is teeth whitening. People opt for this treatment in order to whiten their teeth, which are dulled or stained due to aging or habits such as smoking, consuming too much coffee, and so on. Although, teeth whitening kits are available in the market, they are not as effective as in-office whitening treatment by a professional dentist.

Teeth Straightening

Many people, even when happy, resist smiling all because of their crooked teeth. Crooked teeth can embarrass anyone, and there are several reasons why many people’s teeth grow in crooked. To correct crooked teeth, several teeth straightening procedures are available, including braces. Although, wearing braces is still embarrassing. To avoid such braces, people can ask cosmetic dentist for Invisalign treatment. This system can straighten the teeth just like braces, but the custom trays are made of clear plastic, which are virtually invisible.

Dental Veneers

The second most sought after cosmetic dental procedure is veneers. Dental veneers are thin porcelain or ceramic wafers, usually custom-made, which are bonded over the front surface of the teeth, to improve their appearance. Dental veneers can fix several teeth issues including discolored teeth, worn down teeth, broken or chipped teeth, and misaligned teeth. Custom veneers also help fix teeth with gaps between them.

These were just top three cosmetic dental procedures that people usually opt. Aside from these, a cosmetic dentist can employ several other procedures that can beautify your smile. You can consider the profession of cosmetic dentistry as both medical and art.

Popular Services Offered By Cosmetic Dentists

June 7, 2014

When it comes to restoring one’s teeth to its best condition, it is worth considering a good cosmetic dentist. A cosmetic dentist is a professional who can provide all sort of different services that can help improve the appearance of teeth. One can find many good cosmetic dentists across Pennsylvania since this particular state thrives with such dental profession. Below are some of the great services that these cosmetic dentists in Pennsylvania offer to their patients.

One of the most common, yet excellent services that cosmetic dentists provide is tooth whitening. Such dentists are trained to handle various materials that are used to bleach or clean the teeth properly. By bleaching or cleaning, teeth’s natural white color can be restored. Some dentists even provide their patients home teeth whitening system through which the patients themselves can whiten their teeth.

Another great service that these dentists provide is the dental implant. A dental implant is simply used to help substitute a place of a tooth that has been lost due to some reason. Whether a tooth is lost due to some injury or due to gum disease, with cosmetic dental treatment, a new lifelike tooth can be created that can fill the gap of the missing old tooth. A cosmetic dentist can work with all sort of teeth so no matter what tooth is missing, a good dental implant can do the trick.

Dental bridges are also one of the most common services that these cosmetic dentists provide to their patients. A dental bridge is a tooth restoration that replaces a missing tooth with a false tooth joined to the adjacent teeth. This treatment not only helps to fill the gap created by a missing tooth, but it also works to keep the adjacent teeth from being damaged due to the missing tooth.

Applying veneers is also becoming a popular cosmetic dental service. Veneers are thin custom-made porcelain wafers that are affixed on the front surface of the teeth in order to beautify its appearance. These veneers not only beautify teeth, but also help protect them from being damaged.

Cosmetic dentists are great dentists who can help restore one’s teeth to its best condition. No matter how bad the conditions of teeth are, they can restore it to their original state. Dental implants and dental bridges can help fill the gap of the missing tooth or teeth. Services of such dentists are truly valuable in terms of oral care.

4 Important Points That Will Help You Find Right Dentist

May 22, 2014

Choosing a dentist in Pennsylvania can be difficult at times. The profession of dentistry is well established in the state, and there are many dentists available, that makes it difficult for you to choose. I have been noticing a dentist who is working in our area for past 10 years, and this is one sign that shows that he is a good dentist. Choosing a dentist who has considerable years of experience is always a good idea. Dentistry is a wide field, and different dentists are specialized with giving different oral treatment. This makes it difficult to choose the right type of dentist who can cater your specific dental need.

To find the right dentist in Pennsylvania who can treat your specific dental problem, you can always consider the following things:

  1. Dentist’s specialization

    As said before, dentistry is a wide field, and different dentists are specialized in different segment. There are Endodontics specialists who deals with root canal; Orthodontics who deals with teeth straightening; Periodontics dentists who deals with gum and dental implants; Prosthodontic specialized in dental bridging and dentures (false teeth); Pediatric dentists who looks after oral health of the children; and several others. Based on your specific needs, you must consult the particular dentist in Pennsylvania.

  2. Dentist’s qualification and professionalism

    Now you know that there are different types of dentists who are specialized in different fields; however, for each dentistry field, appropriate qualifications and training is required. Therefore, you must pay an extra attention towards the qualification of the dentist you choose. Besides qualification, it is always wise to find a dentist who can make you feel comfortable in his/her chair, and this can be easily found by enquiring with some of their regular patients.

  3. Dentist’s location

    No matter how good and professional a dentist is; there is no point of finding such dentist who is 500 miles away from where you live. As said before, dentistry is well established in various cities of Pennsylvania, and you will surely find a reputable dentist in your area. All you need to do is browse the internet or check the local media such as newspaper, magazines, and even business directory.

  4. Dentist’s fee

    This point also plays an important role, while finding a dentist in Pennsylvania. A reputable dentist should always be flexible with their dental fees. Besides, they should also be capable of offering you a convenient payment options.

The above points will prove to be helpful if you are searching for the right dentist in Pennsylvania, especially if you are new to this state.

Gum Disease – What You Need to Know

May 21, 2014

Have you ever heard of “Gingivitis?” No?  How about “Gum Disease?” Yes, now that sounds familiar…right? It is all the same, gum disease, periodontal disease, and gingivitis. It is an ailment that damages the tissues, which surround and support our teeth. The end result of this disease tooth loss.  Gum disease needs immediate attention.

What causes gum disease?

The primary cause of gingivitis is plaque… the colorless, sticky film of bacteria which forms on teeth. Other factors that contribute to gingivitis include:

  • Lack of good oral hygiene habits, such as not brushing and flossing regularly, make it easy for gingivitis to develop.
  • Bad habits, such as smoking cigarettes, make it difficult for the gum tissue to heal itself.
  • Medications also affect oral health. Some medicines lessen the saliva flow that protects teeth and gum, causing plaque and gum disease to develop.
  • Illnesses such as HIV or Cancer that inhibit the immune system, may affect the condition of your gums. Further, individuals with diabetes are also at a higher risk of developing infections, including cavities and gum disease.
  • Hormonal changes make gums sensitive, which makes it easy for gingivitis to develop.

What are the signs of gum disease?

In the early stages, gum disease has very few symptoms. In many individuals, gingivitis has progressed considerably before they seek proper treatment. The symptoms of this disease include:

  • Unusual red, swollen, or tender gums
  • Bleeding gums during and after brushing teeth
  • Persistent bad taste in the mouth or bad breath
  • Deep pocket formation between the teeth and the gums
  • Receding gums
  • Loose teeth

You may still have some degree of gingivitis even if you do not notice any symptoms. For some individuals, gingivitis may affect only certain teeth, such as premolars and molars. Your dentist is the only qualified person who can identify and assess the progression of gingivitis.

How does your dentist diagnose gingivitis?

During the dental examination, your dentist or dental hygienist usually checks for the following things:

  • Gum firmness, swelling, bleeding and pocket depth (the deeper the pocket, the more severe the disease)
  • Radiographs to identify bone loss
  • Movement of your teeth, their sensitivity and their alignment

How can your dentist treat gum disease?

Several goals entail gum disease treatment. They are:

  • Stimulate reattachment of healthy gums to teeth
  • Reduce the depth of pockets, swelling and the danger of infection
  • Inhibit disease progression

Different treatment options are available… they depend on the stage of disease, how you may have responded to the symptoms earlier and your overall health. The treatment options range from non-invasive therapies, such as a professional dental cleaning, scaling and root planing to surgical treatments, such as pocket reduction surgery, bone grafts, guided tissue regeneration and bone surgery.

How can you prevent gum disease?

With proper plaque control you can prevent gum disease. Proper plaque control includes professional dental cleaning at least twice a year and regular brushing and flossing. Brushing removes plaque from the teeth’s surface; flossing removes small food particles and plaque that are in between the teeth and from under the gum line. Mouth rinses can reduce bacteria growth that causes plaque and gingivitis.

Other health and routine changes that will reduce the risk, severity, as well as speed of gingivitis development include:

  • Maintain a balanced diet. Adequate nutrition enables your immune system to defend against infection.
  • Stop smoking. Use of tobacco is one of the major risk factors for development of gum disease. People who smoke are more likely to get gum disease than people who do not smoke. Besides, smoking cigarette lowers the chances of success of gum treatment.
  • Avoid teeth clenching and grinding. These actions put excessive pressure on the supporting tissues of the teeth, eventually damaging them.
  • Reduce stress. Stress makes it hard for your body’s immune system to defend against infection.

Despite following proper plaque control practices and making lifestyle changes, many people are still susceptible to gingivitis. It is always the best option to visit your dentist for regular check-ups, cleanings and treatments.

If you are in Carlisle, Pennsylvania, looking for an experienced dentist who can help treat gum disease, then Flenniken Family Dentistry is worth considering. Flenniken Family Dentistry, a group of amicable and experienced dentists in Pennsylvania, will provide excellent treatment for gingivitis. They even have laser dentistry and sedation dentistry options, which make gum disease treatment comfortable. Know more about gum disease and how Flenniken Family Dentistry helps treat gum disease, by contacting them at the following address.

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