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Artistry in Dentistry In Gilbert Is Accepting New Patients

Hello, I am Doctor Sullivan. Whether you are one of our patients or a blogosphere visitor, welcome to my dental blog. My dental practice is called Artistry in Dentistry and is located at 3303 E. Baseline Rd. # 105 in Gilbert, Arizona. I have been practicing dentistry since 1996. Since opening my dental practice, I

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Why Sports Drinks Put Teeth At Risk

Many health-conscious people exercise regularly, and some turn to sports drinks for hydration. While it’s true that they help maintain electrolyte levels in the body (and pose fewer health risks than energy drinks), their acidity can erode tooth enamel. And when tooth enamel is weakened, those pearly whites are more staining, discoloration, and decay. Nobody

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Be Wise About Your Wisdom Teeth

Today’s post discusses the often misunderstood subject of wisdom teeth. The Third Molars Wisdom teeth are sometimes called the third molars because they are even farther back in the mouth than the two sets of regular molars we all have. These four teeth usually erupt when a person is eighteen or nineteen. Many dentists recommend

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We Keep Dental Patients Comfortable

To state the obvious, nobody enjoys pain. Doctor Sullivan knows this, and that is why the dental team at Artistry in Dentistry has made patient comfort our number one goal. In conjunction with creating a relaxing environment, we have various medications that can lower and even eliminate pain associated with different dental procedures to give

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Preventing Facial Injuries

Facial injuries occur all too often in our immediate area. Local Little Leaguers get hit by inside pitches, construction workers suffer falls and other accidents at the worksite, and motorists sustain injuries in harmful collisions every single day. Accidents at home can also result in serious injury to the face. We at Artistry in Dentistry

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5 Smile Makeover Questions For Gilbert Smiles

If you are considering a multi-procedure cosmetic dental smile makeover or extensive restorative dental work, here are four considerations: All At Once Or Over Time? At Artistry in Dentistry, our smile makeover patients can often receive several (or all) procedures in one visit. It all depends on the specific treatments needed to achieve your perfect smile.

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Questions To Ask Your Dentist

Your smile is important to you, and at Artistry in Dentistry in Gilbert AZ it’s our job to help keep it clean and healthy. We encourage all our patients, from newcomers to those who have been with us for years, to bring questions about their smiles to each and every checkup. In this article we’re

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Save Your Breath

This post from Artistry in Dentistry in Gilbert AZ focuses on a problem experienced by many people, bad breath. Bad breath, or halitosis, has several causes. The most common is poor oral hygiene. Halitosis often happens in the middle of the day, due to an inability to brush between meals. Small food pieces on the

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Holidays Bring Dental Health Hazards

At Artistry in Dentistry in Gilbert AZ, we don’t like providing the reality check; especially around the holidays. Everyone wants to think positively and enjoy their time, and that’s well and good. But we would be an ineffective dental team if we didn’t remind you to take extra care of your teeth this holiday season.

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Best Practices For A Healthy, Beautiful Smile

It’s easy to become a little complacent about your dental health. At Artistry in Dentistry in Gilbert AZ, we know that all too well! Our goal in this blog post is for you to evaluate where you stand and consider how you can improve things. Brushing Good: Brush teeth once a day. Better: Brush teeth

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