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Paul Silberman DDS

Dental Anxiety #2 TBC
Uncategorized |3 min read

Dental Anxiety #2 TBC

Get a preview of what it’s like as our patient. Having trust in your dentist is a huge factor in stopping dental anxiety and fear. In our office, we: Always listen and treat you with respect Never judge you, the condition of your smile, or your decisions Never...

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What is Periodontal Disease?
Restorative Dentistry |3 min read

What is Periodontal Disease?

Periodontal disease is an infection of the gum tissues that hold your teeth in place. It’s typically caused by poor brushing and flossing habits that allow plaque—a sticky film of bacteria—to build up on the teeth and harden. This condition can lead to sore,...

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Easing Dental Fear and Anxiety
Dentist Tips |7 min read

Easing Dental Fear and Anxiety

“My favorite activity is going to the dentist,” said no one ever. Many people experience dental fear and anxiety, but it can be overcome! Empathetic care and clear communication will help with dental anxiety. Know that you’re not alone and that many people...

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10 FAQs About Root Canals [VIDEO]
Restorative Dentistry |5 min read

10 FAQs About Root Canals [VIDEO]

Root canals have a not-so-great reputation. They’re often associated with pain. But do they really live up to the expectation? After all, this endodontic procedure SAVES your tooth. Isn’t that a good thing? Get the answers to the top FAQs about root canals...

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How Long Does a CEREC Crown Last?
Restorative Dentistry |3 min read

How Long Does a CEREC Crown Last?

CEREC crowns are the definition of convenient: They only take one appointment to design, create, and place! Plus, they eliminate all the hassles of traditional crowns like putty impressions, waiting weeks, wearing a temporary crown, and having multiple appointments....

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How to Fix a Chipped or Knocked-Out Tooth
Dentist Tips |3 min read

How to Fix a Chipped or Knocked-Out Tooth

In this article, we’ll break down the differences between baby and adult tooth trauma, what to do when dental trauma occurs, and specific steps to take for a chipped or dislodged tooth. One thing to always keep in mind is that no matter how minor the dental...

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