Dentistry around the World

April 17th, 2024

From the clinical perspective, dentistry is similar around the world. Dentists, like Dr. Jared Jacobskind, go to school, obtain a license, and work hard to prevent and treat tooth decay, gum disease, oral infections, throat or oral cancer, tooth loss, and other conditions that might limit a person’s ability to smile, bite, chew, or speak.…
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Educational and Entertaining Enamel Experiments

April 10th, 2024

Let’s talk about the science of our teeth for a moment. Our enamel has a very high mineral content, making it extremely strong.  In fact, enamel just happens to be the hardest substance in our bodies.  But, unfortunately, it is not indestructible! Certain foods we eat can actually damage the surface of our teeth. Some…
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Snowball Effect

April 3rd, 2024

Winter and its snowball fights are behind us, true, but there might be another kind of snowball heading your way—the snowball effect you risk when small dental concerns are ignored and left to grow into much more serious dental problems. Here are three early symptoms that might seem minor, but shouldn’t be overlooked: Sensitivity Ouch!…
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Should You Get Dental Veneers?

March 27th, 2024

Dental veneers are a popular treatment to improve the appearance of your smile. Dr. Jared Jacobskind and our team want to help you understand whether this dental option is right for you. Veneers, also known as laminates, are custom-made shells that cover the front of your teeth. They can change the color, size, or length…
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