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This is How Sinuses Cause Tooth Pain

This is How Sinuses Cause Tooth Pain

Sinuses are like hollow caves in your skull, empty except for a thin layer of protective mucus. Some sinus passages are large, and some are much smaller. They’re lined with tender pink tissue called the mucosa. You have maxillary sinuses, frontal sinuses, and ethmoid...

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How Oral Piercing Affects Your Dental Health

How Oral Piercing Affects Your Dental Health

Anyone who has piercings in the mouth area runs a health risk. Not only because there is a high risk of infection in the mouth, but also because oral piercing often damages your gums and teeth. Piercings in the mouth area are usually placed on the lips, lip frenulum...

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This Is Why Your Teeth Need Coats

This Is Why Your Teeth Need Coats

During the winter months, there are lots of reasons you might be uncomfortable. The cold weather brings dry skin, the heaviness of extra layers, and tight muscles. Some of us even experience pain or discomfort with our teeth! Exposure to cold may reveal some weakness...

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Dental Veneers Do More Than Fix Smiles

Dental Veneers Do More Than Fix Smiles

How frequently do you hide your smile behind a nervous hand? If you're concerned about showing your teeth or embarrassed of your smile, there is something you can do to restore your confidence. Veneers are a versatile treatment, with benefits and disadvantages. Before...

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Animal Teeth vs. Human Teeth

Animal Teeth vs. Human Teeth

Let’s face it—we’ve all been a little late on scheduling that six-month dental checkup at least a time or two. Life gets busy, things get in the way. We’ve all been told about the importance of regular dental cleanings and checkups. And we’ve all made our excuses. You...

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Inlays and Onlays: The Most Surprising Alternative

Inlays and Onlays: The Most Surprising Alternative

Preserving your natural tooth is our top priority at Danville Family Dentistry. Inlays and onlays are high-quality alternatives to dental fillings and crowns. When a cavity is too big, or there's a large area of decay in the molars, an inlay or onlay is an easy...

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Office Address

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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  • Tuesday 10am – 7pm
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  • Saturday CLOSED
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