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Straight Is Great

Straight is Great and Other Things Your Teeth Want You To Know... Its not news that a great smile reaps dividends. First impressions are weighted by a bright and confident smile, things like trust and appreciation are a little more effortlessly gained just by sharing a confident smile. Conversely, confidence is easier to cultivate when we are well received,  both points making a good argument for getting straight teeth. Less often considered are the number of other health benefits that come from ... Read more

The Power of Influence and the Science Behind it: First Impressions

  One brief chance to give your best, to influence a perception of the best version of you, is all any of us get to make a convincing first impression. A few moments of researching and the results are evident, from the moment you utter as few as two syllables or flash a smile your audience makes a snap judgment about your sincerity, your trustworthiness and your overall likability. Today, more than ever before, people are in a hurry and must make ... Read more

The Truth about a Root Canal

The popular expression, “I’d rather have a root canal…” has unfortunately earned this tooth saving dental procedure a bad rap. While the pain prior to the procedure can be horrific, the actual treatment itself is relatively painless and very successful. And the news gets even better as the tooth that has had appropriate endodontic treatment and is properly restored can last as long as other natural teeth! If you have any of the following symptoms: momentary sensitivity to lingering pain after eating ... Read more

The Hidden Consequences of Losing Teeth

Our goal at Mansfield Dental Center is to restore normal function, comfort, aesthetics, speech and health to our individuals who are missing teeth. As our population is aging and growing, an increasing number of people are being affected by the loss of teeth. Tooth Loss can affect: The way you feel psychologically. Function. Health. Facial aesthetics. It is not so much about teeth as it is bone. Bone surrounding and supporting your teeth require the necessary stimulation that comes from your teeth. The small stresses transmitted through ... Read more

Do I Have the Symptoms of a Future Root Canal Problem?

When all the tissue inside your tooth (pulp chamber) dies, including the nerve, the pain may be acute, even excruciating! Many times the pain goes away temporarily, but the infection does not. And when this occurs, you will need a root canal to treat the infection so that your tooth can be saved. But now you may wonder “what got me into this situation?” When decay reaches the pulp chamber, it frequently causes infection. The pulp (nerve) inside the chamber can die ... Read more
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