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Should I Get a Smile Makeover?

Deciding to invest in your smile’s appearance can benefit your life in more ways than one. Having a beautiful smile can give you confidence, freedom from embarrassment, and help you make vital first impressions. Have you been looking to get a smile makeover in Little River, SC? Well, when is the best time to get a smile makeover? The answer is now! Most people wind up wondering why they didn’t do it sooner and here’s why. A Smile Makeover is Easier Than You Suspect Smile makeovers are customized to the specific needs of each person. Don’t automatically assume that there is only one option available. In most cases, we will recommend a tooth-by-tooth approach that implements techniques like teeth whitening, bonding, veneers, or porcelain crowns.

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Replace Missing Teeth With Dental Implants

A chipped or missing tooth can not only effect the function of your smile but it can also impact your self-confidence. If you visited a dentist in North Myrtle Beach recently, they may have told you that you can repair your smile with a crown, bridge, or denture. There is another option! Dr. Hortman at Palmetto Dental Associates offers dental implant solutions for the North Myrtle Beach community. Keep reading to learn more about dental implant solutions.

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Dental Procedures for Missing Teeth

Missing teeth can make it hard to smile, bite, chew, and speak and lower your self-confidence! The truth is, you don’t have to live this way. Whether you lost a tooth from trauma or from decay, Palmetto Dental Associates in North Myrtle Beach can help you improve the look and function of your smile with dental procedures for missing teeth. There are many different ways that we can replace missing teeth. Here are a few options Dr. Hortman may present to you.

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Can a Dentist Pull an Infected Tooth?

At Palmetto Dental Associates in North Myrtle Beach many patients ask, can a dentist pull an infected tooth? The answer is yes! Actually, a majority of teeth that are pulled, also called extracted, have an infection. A deep cavity or a cracked tooth can allow bacteria to build up in the cavities of the tooth. A large number of bacteria inside the tooth can cause an infection. So, yes, a dentist can pull an infected tooth. 

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Why Do Teeth Become Stained?

There are a lot of reasons why your teeth may become stained. Sometimes, you may think the stains are from the most talked about reason: foods and drinks. But, there are a few other, less known causes, that may be acting on your teeth. Here are a few reasons along with stained teeth tips to keep your teeth white. 

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