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Put a Smile on Your Face—Here’s Why

Put a Smile on Your Face—Here’s Why

It might sound cheesy but smiling makes you feel better when you’re down. What parents and friends advise in difficult times actually works, and scientists have long been able to identify numerous advantages attributed to the smile. The power of a smile can bring you...

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Brittle Teeth: Aches and Breaks

Brittle Teeth: Aches and Breaks

The ultimate goal when it comes to dental care is to keep your teeth in the best condition as possible for as long as possible. Dental problems can be painful, impairing, and expensive. Teeth that are weak and brittle can cause many problems including fractures,...

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This is How Smiling Improves Your Life

This is How Smiling Improves Your Life

It might sound silly but smiling improves your whole life. In fact, scientists have long been able to identify numerous advantages attributed to the smile. The power in a smile can bring more happiness and satisfaction and have tangible benefits in social interactions...

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Is a Regular Cleaning Good Enough?

Is a Regular Cleaning Good Enough?

Everyone’s mouth is full of bacteria and plaque. We need to brush twice daily and floss to remove it. The plaque that we miss in our own brushing and flossing hardens to tartar. We have all had our teeth cleaned at the dentist, hopefully twice a year. Regular cleaning...

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Do My Cuspids Look Like Fangs?

Do My Cuspids Look Like Fangs?

Lions and tigers have them, hippos have them, in fact, all mammals have canine teeth, including humans. These are also called cuspids or eye teeth. Most mammals develop 4 cuspid teeth, two on top and 2 on the bottom. The top cuspids are typically longer than the...

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Dental Details—Your Smile Predicts the Future

Dental Details—Your Smile Predicts the Future

Did you know your smile predicts the length of your marriage? How you look in old school photos can tell you whether or not your marriage will last. Sound crazy? Maybe, but this seemingly absurd notion is actually backed by science. Matthew Hertenstein from DePauw...

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Danville Family Dentistry
PO Box 486
23 S Co Rd 200 East Suite B
Danville, IN 46122

(317) 745-4400
info@danvilledentalcare.com

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