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Invisalign   •   June 26, 2019

Dentist in Phoenix, AZ explains the amazing health benefits of Invisalign

Everyone knows the power of a stunning smile. It exudes self-confidence, health, competence, and beauty. If you have crooked teeth and feel like they are holding you back, you may be wondering about your options for straightening your teeth. Fortunately, with the latest dental technologies such as Invisalign, getting that perfect smile has never been […]

blog   •   May 31, 2019

Planning to get All-On-Four dental implants in Phoenix, AZ? Here’s what you should know

Edentulism is a medical term, defined as the loss of natural teeth. However, what you lose is much more than teeth. You lose the ability smile, laugh and eat what you love. You can lose your confidence and your overall health can be compromised. Many people say conventional dentures are not enough to make them […]

Emergency Care   •   February 21, 2019

Resolve your urgent dental needs with emergency services provided in Phoenix, AZ

No one likes to wake up to a painful tooth, a loose crown, or other unexpected dental issues. It can be a headache to try to get in to see your dentist for emergency services while you are in pain or can’t chew on one side of your mouth. Many dental offices are open limited […]

blog   •   December 21, 2018

Patients in Phoenix ask, “Am I a good candidate for CEREC crowns for teeth?”

Crowns for teeth are one of the oldest types of dental restoration, with the earliest evidence dating back to about 700 BC. Yet CEREC technology brings the procedure and results to a post-modern level. Advanced CAD/CAM dentistry is available in Dr. Sameet Koppikar’s care at Biltmore Dental Center in Phoenix. Is CEREC right for you? […]

blog   •   December 20, 2018

Finding effective treatment for sleep apnea in Phoenix, AZ

Most people – male and female – snore occasionally. It may be a result of temporary sinus congestion from allergies or a head cold, falling asleep in an awkward position, or having a little too much to drink. If your snore is frequent and loud, though, you could have obstructive sleep apnea or OSA. You […]