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WHEN IS DENTAL CARE EXPENSIVE?

After 30+ years of dental practice and after examining and observing thousands of dental patients I can state with confidence that Dental Care is Expensive when it is not excellent and when there is not a truly effective preventive program present. The fact is that with excellent dental care and truly effective prevention people do […]

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WHAT IS WRONG WITH HAVING DENTURES?

Dentures are never part of your body and will never feel, work or look like your real teeth. Dentures are made of acrylic that sits over your gums and covers the roof of your mouth, essentially directing all the pressure of chewing onto your soft tissues. Dentures also need to be brushed daily, the teeth […]

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WATERFLOSSER by WATERPIK

As a Bacteriologist, a Periodontist, and a Preventive Dentist the idea that this device eliminates the need for flossing is a terrible joke on the health of the general public.  A WATERFLOSSER/WATERPIK has an important place in oral hygiene and in preventing dental disease, but when Waterpik says that this device is a substitute for […]

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SADLY NEEDS BETTER DENTIST

I just posted an answer on line to someone who posted a question on REAL SELF. They had stated: “I have almost 16 crowns and I’m only 27. Why?” It seems I’m the only one in the family who suffers from bad teeth, but I believe my dad did as well when I was a […]

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Is All Dental Disease completely preventable?

THE ANSWER IS ABSOLUTELY YES! There is technology, materials, and home care equipment that exists right now to prevent all gum disease, periodontal disease, gum recession, and dental caries/ dental decay. It is done quite readily by simply getting rid of the bad, disease causing bacteria while not affecting the good, beneficial bacteria. And it […]

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ANOTHER REASON INVISALIGN IS BEST!!!!

THE FOLLOWING QUESTION WAS POSTED ON LINE CONCERNING TRADITIONAL “METAL BRACES” ORTHODONTICS. I just got my braces off and my top teeth do not align with my bottom teeth. How can my bite be corrected at this stage? One of the problems with traditional “braces” is that the dentist or orthodontist has to guess or […]

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BEST DENTAL INSURANCE BY FAR!!!!!

We believe all dental disease is preventable at Wilton and Bethel Dental Associates.   THE SYSTEM THAT WE USE GETS RID OF THE SPECIFIC BACTERIA RESPONSIBLE FOR BOTH DECAY AND GUM DISEASE. WE ARE ONE OF ONLY 1000 OUT OF 300,000 DENTISTS WHO ARE USING THIS EFFECTIVE AND EASY SYSTEM.    The system uses new, effective and […]

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DENTAL INSURANCE IS SUPPOSED TO HELP BUT IT DOES THE OPPOSITE!!

Despite what you may believe or what you have been told Dental Insurance does more harm than good by discouraging preventive and routine dentistry to those dentists who sign up via the depression of these fees resulting in dentists making most of their income from root canals, crowns, bridges, implants, surgery and all the procedures […]

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KEEP YOUR OWN TEETH!

I am thinking of dentures instead of a bridge. The cost will be around $6000.00. Opinions? I am 84 and in great health. No meds. One of my very front teeth is moving down. I was told the other day it is bone loss. 75% The one next to it has 50 loss. Money is […]

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CROWDED TEETH! CAN I GET VENEERS?

I have the money to afford the veneers! but I’m scared they might suggest I get braces! I’m too old for braces! do you think I qualify for veneers? ANSWER: With significantly crowded teeth, veneers would not be able to sufficiently address your esthetic or functional needs. Without repositioning the teeth, your teeth would need […]

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