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One of the most rewarding things we do here at Old Town Dental is give people their confidence back with a new smile. We have many options to make this happen, from removable temporary solutions to fixed permanent ones. We had a patient come in recently with multiple broken and missing teeth and no confidence [...]

By | October 19th, 2016|Blog|0 Comments

Let’s Talk About Kids’ Teeth

First dental visit! It's important to start good dental habits early in life. Even though baby teeth will eventually fall out, they serve very important functions for children's overall health, nutrition, and they are placeholders for permanent teeth. Let's talk about some tips for maintaining your children's teeth for life: Schedule your child's first appointment [...]

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Missing Teeth? Let’s Talk About Your Options

Did you know that 69% of adults age 35-44 have lost at least one permanent tooth? And, by age 74, 26% of adults have lost all of their permanent teeth. That is approximately 20 million US citizens with no teeth, and more than 100 million people will some missing teeth. Every year, about 80 million [...]

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Easy, Accessible, Painless Cosmetics

Have you always dreamed of fixing your smile but didn't think it possible? Were you afraid of the time involved, the potentially astronomic cost, or the pain? Are you an adult who can't imagine the thought of going back into metal braces? Here at Old Town Dental, we strive to get you to your dream smile [...]

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Today in Brushing Technology…

Have you ever wondered if you're getting as far back as you need to with your toothbrush? As of last week, a dentist in Chicago named Craig Kohler debuted his new invention - an electric toothbrush that can live stream HD video while you brush! Called Prophix, the toothbrush will become available sometime next year. [...]

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