Do I Have a Dental Emergency?

It’s a good thing if you’ve never found yourself in a dental emergency situation, but it’s still important to know when to go to a dentist and why. Although some people might not think that the teeth are an important part of their health, dental care can become absolutely necessary if your teeth are injured

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What Can I Expect When I Get A Dental Implant?

If you’re considering the option of a dental implant for tooth replacement, it can seem a little daunting at first; however, dental implants can be an effective, long-term solution for replacing your tooth or teeth and restoring your smile. Depending on your situation, they can be one of the best options for you! Here’s what

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Do You Need a Dental Extraction?

Have you been suffering from a toothache that is causing you pain and discomfort? You could possibly need a dental extraction to help you with the pain you’re experiencing. If your tooth has become broken or decayed badly enough that a crown or filling won’t fix it, then your dentist may want to extract (remove)

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Why Do I Need a Comprehensive Exam?

Even if you take exceptional care of your teeth at home, it’s still really important to have regular exams when you visit your dentist. Although it can seem like clean teeth are good enough, there are still some important things that your dentist should check for that can have a big impact on your overall

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What to Know About At-Home Tooth Whitening

It can seem like there’s no need to undergo professional teeth whitening if you can do it at home (it seems like there are an unbelievable amount of choices on the market!), but there are some things to know about whitening on your own time when it comes to both effectiveness and oral health. At-home

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What to Know About Teeth Cleaning

An all-around healthy lifestyle requires keeping your teeth and gums healthy. This means adopting a few habits that can help you avoid periodontal (gum) disease and tooth decay (cavities)—like consistent dental check-ups, healthy eating, brushing, and flossing regularly. A sticky film of bacteria called plaque regularly covers your teeth after meals, and can harden over

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What You Should Know About Professional Teeth Whitening

Yellowing or staining of the teeth can be a source of worry and embarrassment for many patients, but it doesn’t have to be!  If you’re in this boat, you could benefit from professional teeth whitening at Schultz Family Dental.  A pleasant smile can go a long way to create a lasting impression, so let us

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When Should a Cavity Be Filled?

Cavities may be an uncommon occurrence for most people, but they can also be fairly prevalent among different age groups.  A cavity is an area of decay on the tooth that involves a breakdown of your enamel, and can be very hard for you to detect without an examination during your regular check-up appointments. They’re

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How to Prepare for Your Next Teeth Cleaning

Although your next cleaning may only feel like an item to check off your list, it’s important to be prepared so that you can get the most out of it. Even if you’re not excited about your dental health, it’s still an integral part of your overall health throughout your life— and a visit with

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When is a Dental Crown Needed?

A dental crown is a restoration that can restore the normal function and appearance of your tooth. With many different dental restorative options available, it can be difficult to determine which one you might need on your own. Here are some instances in which you could benefit from a dental crown: To Restore a Damaged

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