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The Consequences of Not Replacing a Missing Tooth
Posted By: Dr. Jeffrey Pass

The Consequences of Not Replacing a Missing Tooth

If you are missing a tooth, you may think it’s no big deal, especially if it doesn’t show when you smile or talk. However, failing to replace a missing tooth can have significant physical, cosmetic, and psychological effects that will cost you in the long run.…

South Florida Dental Care Team Volunteers at Mission of Mercy
Posted By: Dr. Jeffrey Pass

South Florida Dental Care Team Volunteers at Mission of Mercy

 

A team from South Florida Dental Care recently volunteered their services at Florida Mission of Mercy. The goal of the mission is to serve the uninsured and underserved Florida residents without access to regular dental care.…

Be Happier and Healthier – Smile More
Posted By: Dr. Jeffrey Pass

Be Happier and Healthier – Smile More

 

You know how someone else’s smile or laugh makes you feel: happy! Well, your smile and laugh can make others feel this way – and that’s just one of the many benefits.

 

Below, we’re going to detail the various ways that smiling and laughing are good for you, and how we can help if you’re nervous about smiling because of how your teeth look.…

Understanding Dental Bridges: The Types That Are Available
Posted By: Dr. Jeffrey Pass

Understanding Dental Bridges: The Types That Are Available

If you have one or more missing teeth, a dental bridge can offer you several benefits. In this post, we’ll answer all your questions about the different types of dental bridges and show you how they can improve your oral health by looking at what bridges are and how they work.…

When St. Patrick’s Day Celebrating Results in a Dental Visit
Posted By: Staff Writer

When St. Patrick's Day Celebrating Results in a Dental Visit

St. Patrick’s Day is famous for green beer, Irish food, and celebrations with friends, but did you know it’s also one of the top times of the year for emergency dental visits? We’ll tell you why in this post, and we’ll also describe the long-term risks for your dental health related to partying and drinking.…