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dental implants Benton, AR

Is the dental implant prone to cavities or gum disease?

Dental implants are made of metal and porcelain or another tooth-colored substance. None of these components can be damaged by tooth decay. However, gum disease can cause problems that could lead to the failure of the implants. Dental Implants and Cavities Tooth decay cannot affect dental implants, since they aren’t made of organic materials. The […]


Dental Care Benton, AR

Increase your quality of life with dental implants

Whether it’s self-consciousness about your smile or an inability to eat healthy foods, missing teeth can have a detrimental effect on your quality of life. Today, there are many options available for tooth replacement that will restore your confidence. From traditional dental implants to All-on-4, there’s a workable replacement option available for you. Why Choose […]


Teeth Whitening Benton, AR - Scott Family Dentistry

Eliminate tough dental stains with teeth whitening

Discoloration on the teeth is very common—in fact almost everyone experiences some kind of staining at some point in their lives. Most commonly, staining is caused by exposure to dark-colored foods and beverages. This type of staining can be treated with teeth whitening. Causes of Dental Stains Stains on the teeth are often caused by […]


Dentures in Benton, AR

Loose dentures: What are my options?

Dentures have been the go-to treatment for tooth replacement for hundreds of years. Over time, they’ve become more durable, natural, and comfortable. However, even today’s modern denture can become loose over time. When this occurs, it’s important to talk to your dentist about options to make them more comfortable. What Should I Do if My […]


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Bad breath: Could a rotting tooth be the cause?

Bad breath, or halitosis, can have a number of causes. If you suffer from persistent bad breath, you should see your dentist. He can evaluate your symptoms and determine what’s causing your bad breath and how to most effectively treat it. Causes of Bad Breath In general, halitosis occurs because the bacteria in your mouth […]


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