What To Do If You Had a Broken Tooth

A broken tooth is considered to be a dental emergency. Not only are you likely to be in intense pain from damaging your tooth, but it is imperative that you seek treatment immediately in order to restore your smile to complete health. People suffer from a broken tooth in a variety of ways. Children and…

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Our New Laser Offers Even More Precise Treatment

Precision Digital Dentistry is proud to now offer the latest laser technology available to our patients. Our practice is now equipped with the PerioLase® MVP-7 laser to give patients several highlighted advantages when it comes to laser dental surgery. Dr. Joyce Guojun Ma received mandatory hands-on clinical training with the PerioLase® MVP-7, and she received…

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Drink Water, Save Your Smile

Water is an essential element of life. Not only does every living thing require water to survive, but the human body is made up of 60% water. Staying adequately hydrated is crucial to your overall health because hydration levels affect how well bodily systems function. Water is also extremely important to your smile and oral…

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Stress Can Damage Your Smile

2020 has been the worst year in modern history for almost everyone. Millions of people have been out of work for months, lockdowns and restrictions have caused depression and mental illness to skyrocket, and the overall stress of the upheaval in our Nation has left very few unscathed. While numbers of incidents of emotional stress…

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Close Out 2020 Looking Your Best

Few things in 2020 have gone as planned, and many things have gone in the complete opposite direction than you’ve wanted. Why not close out 2020 on a positive note by doing something for yourself that will make you look and feel better? Cosmetic dentistry is a specialized area of dentistry that focuses on improving…

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Start Dental Care Earlier Than You Expect

When questioned about how early parents should take their children to the dentist, parents give a wide array of answers. The average age that most parents think they should take their children to the dentist is by age 5. Yet, waiting until a child is five years old is about four years too long. Surprised…

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Breathe Easier in Our Office

When you come into the dentist’s office, you expect to leave with clean teeth. You also expect to leave a little healthier than you arrived. A clean smile leads to a healthier lifestyle, and even if you don’t like visiting the dentist, you feel better after your appointment. Well, now at Precision Digital Dentistry, you…

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Are You Sending a Child to College this Fall?

Whether you are sending your child to college “in person” or virtually for the fall of 2020, you deserve a huge pat on the back. As a parent, you have made it to a finish line with your child, and now adulthood is right on the horizon. Preparing for college is a big undertaking. There…

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Cavities and Flossing

Cavities occur from acid-producing bacteria eating away at your tooth enamel and creating small holes, or cavities, in the teeth. Most cavities occur in the back molars, where the rough surfaces of these teeth make it easy for food particles and bacteria to become trapped. While cavities do frequently occur in these back teeth, cavities…

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Make Your Children’s Oral Health a Priority

From the time your children begin having baby teeth erupt inside their mouths, parents need to make their children’s oral health a priority. It is easy to overlook brushing a 6-month-old’s brand new tooth, but once your children have multiple teeth inside their mouth they need to be taken care of. For children under the…

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