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How to Whiten Your Teeth with Braces or Invisalign

Posted on October 12th, 2022 | Dr. Kerry Lowery

How Do Braces and Invisalign Stain Your Teeth? When you have overcrowded, gapped, or crooked teeth, or a bite misalignment, orthodontic treatment can help restore functionality and beauty to your smile, as well as improve your oral health. Invisalign clear aligners and traditional metal braces are popular methods that produce trusted results. However, while Invisalign […]

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Causes of Bad Breath Even After Brushing

Posted on July 30th, 2022 | Dr. Kerry Lowery

Many of us want to make a good first impression, however, if someone has bad breath, that is often the only thing we notice once we are close enough to pick up on it. In fact, many people who have bad breath find their professional and personal relationships are affected by it, especially if the […]

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Average Age For Oral Cancer – Risk Factors for Oral Cancer

Posted on June 3rd, 2022 | Dr. Kerry Lowery

Oral cancer is a serious medical condition that can arise in patients with or without a poor oral health history. However, there are several risk factors that can significantly increase a person’s chances of developing oral cancer. Oral cancer is cancer of the oral cavity and related tissues, such as the tongue, cheeks, lips, gums, […]

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All About Toothaches from Your Dentist in Park Ridge

Posted on December 15th, 2021 | Dr. Kerry Lowery

Family Dental Care in Park Ridge, IL – Toothaches and Pain Relief Most people have experienced tooth pain at some point in their life, and while knowledge of proper dental care has certainly advanced over the years, it is not always easy to avoid toothaches and other dental issues. Toothaches are usually quite painful and […]

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End of Year Dental Insurance Benefits

Posted on December 9th, 2021 | Dr. Kerry Lowery

Use It or Lose It – Dental Benefits at The End of The Year When it comes to dental insurance plans, many people do not use up or exceed their plan’s annual maximum by the end of each calendar year. Whether an individual is paying for dental care through a benefits plan or using an […]

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