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Stay Ever-Ready for Disaster with a Dental Emergency Kit

March 12, 2024

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Any dentist will tell you that the best thing you can do to prevent a dental emergency is to take good care of your teeth. You can prevent toothaches by staying on top of your dental hygiene, and frequent preventive appointments can ensure that you don’t lose grasp on your oral health.

However, even if you’re conscientious about your teeth, there are instances where disaster can strike. For occasions like this, it’s a good idea to have a dental emergency kit at the ready; here’s what that should consist of.


Why You Need to Perfect Your Oral Health Before Cosmetic Dentistry

January 5, 2024

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When talking to patients about the various dental treatments available to them, the field that tends to get patients most fired up is cosmetic dentistry. It’s easy to see why—the prospect of being able to beautify your smile is an appealing one.

However, before you invest in cosmetic dentistry, it’s important to make sure that your oral health is in good condition. Here’s why that is and what you can do to ensure that cosmetic dentistry is possible for you.


How to Care for Your Dentures

November 9, 2023

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If you find yourself missing multiple teeth, an entire arch, or the entirety of your natural teeth, dentures can be a suitable solution. Renowned as a popular tooth replacement option, dentures typically have an average lifespan of five to 10 years. While they have the potential to provide a full and functional smile for the next decade, ensuring their longevity relies on proper care. Delve into the following four useful tips to discover how to effectively clean and maintain your dentures.


Join Us in Welcoming Emma, Our New Dental Hygienist!

September 22, 2023

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At Corbin Family Dental Care, we’re always excited to expand our team by adding experienced, compassionate, and skilled providers to it that we know our patients will love. Emma, our new registered dental hygienist, is a wonderful person and knowledgeable professional who can help get you and your loved ones’ smiles ready for the school year and upcoming holidays. Read on to learn more about her and give her a warm welcome into our dental family!


Lucid in the Seat with Dentists: How Sedation Dentistry Helps Outside of Dental Anxiety

July 13, 2023

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Sedation dentistry isn’t just for people with dental anxiety. While the practice is often used to help those who have trouble sitting calmly through routine cleanings, it also has uses for people who aren’t all that worried about it. Here are some ways sedation dentistry can help patients without any aversion to sitting in the dentist’s chair.


How to Get Rid of Denture Sores

May 9, 2023

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Dentures serve as removable appliances designed to replace missing teeth, reinstating both the functionality and appearance of your mouth. Custom-crafted to suit the specific contours of your mouth, they offer a natural-looking smile and enhance your ability to chew. However, if you are currently experiencing the discomfort and pain of denture sores, finding relief can seem challenging. Continue reading as we explore the potential causes of these sores and provide practical solutions to help alleviate and eliminate them.


Why Quit Smoking When You Get Dentures

March 16, 2023

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Man holding cigarette Healthcare and dental professionals alike advise against smoking, but it can be a difficult addiction to kick. Although anytime is a good time to quit, your dentist will recommend breaking the habit sooner rather than later if you’re getting dentures. Not only can tobacco damage your new set of teeth, but it can also significantly increase your risk of serious oral and general health problems. Here’s what can happen if you smoke and wear your dentures.


How to Make Flossing into a New Year’s Resolution

January 5, 2023

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Now that it’s 2023, you’ve likely formed some New Year’s Resolutions. Maybe they’re goals like “learn a new language,” “lose weight,” or even “get a promotion at work!” That said, you may want to add “floss more often” to this list of aspirations. Doing so would give a serious boost to your oral health. As for managing that task, let your local Corbin dentist help out. Here is a summary of why flossing is crucial, how to do it correctly, and how to make it a habit.


Debunking Common Dental Sedation Myths

November 9, 2022

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Many patients experience dental fear or anxiety. This makes it difficult for them to receive the treatments they need to keep their smiles healthy and in good shape. Fortunately, dental sedation gives fearful patients or those who have trouble making it through procedures in comfort. There are a lot of misinterpretations revolving around the field of sedation dentistry, so read on as we debunk three dental sedation myths.


Welcome Bethany! Meet Our New Dental Hygienist

October 31, 2022

Filed under: Uncategorized — corbinfamily @ 12:35 pm
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At Corbin Family Dental Care, we are interested in finding the area’s most qualified and passionate dental professionals to join our team. Dr. Whitaker and each member have undergone years of training and experience, which means we know how to give you a better dental visit every time you come. We are thrilled to say that we’ve welcomed a new professional to our family: a new dental hygienist. We can’t for you to meet Bethany, so keep reading to learn more about her and how she can help you smile with confidence!

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