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Give someone a smile today and let them know you care.  To become a sponsor or to learn more about the following charities, simply click on the links below. Thank you.
American Dental Association Give Kid's A Smile
American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry Give Back A Smile Campaign
Academy of General Dentistry Resources National Children's Dental Health Month
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About Cosmetic Dentistry - Questions & Answers
about Dental Bridge Procedures

How is dental bridge accomplished?

Your cosmetic dentist will prepare your teeth on either side of the space for the false tooth. You will be given a mild anesthetic to numb the area, and the cosmetic dentist will remove the an area of each abutment (teeth on either side of the space) to accommodate for the thickness of the crown. When these teeth already have fillings, part of the filling may be left in place to help as a foundation for the crown.  Read more...

The American Dental Association held the first national observance of Children's Dental Health Day on February 8, 1949. This single day observance became a week-long event in 1955. In 1981, the program was extended to a month-long celebration known today as National Children's Dental Health Month. Read more...



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