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Celebrating National Children’s Dental Health Month

This February is National Children’s Dental Health Month, and Dental Smiles of West Loop is excited to join thousands of dental specialists, healthcare providers, and educators across the country in observance! According to the American Dental Association (ADA), National Children’s Dental Health Month is designed to “raise awareness about the importance of oral health. NCDHM […]

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Dental Crowns To Save Your Smile

Each tooth is made up a clinical crown and a root. The root serves as an anchor while the crown makes up the upper part of the crown which sits below the gum-line in the case of the upper jaw and above the gum-line in the case of the lower jaw. A dental crown is […]

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No One Has to Know Your Secret!

Invisalign makes it possible to straighten and perfect your smile without all the metal. That’s an improvement, isn’t it? Wearing braces no longer has to hold the stigma that it used to. A beautiful smile can be yours without all the hardware and in less time. Typically, you can get that perfect smile in about […]

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Cosmetic Dentistry with Doctor and Patient | Dental Smiles Of West Loop

Cosmetic Dentistry And The Common Procedures Available

Oral healthcare has over the past few decades taken on the cosmetic dentistry, which seeks to correct uneven or broken teeth. Cosmetic dentistry is very different from orthodontic treatment, which helps straighten teeth through the use of devices like braces. Otherwise known as aesthetic dentistry, cosmetic dentistry generally helps individuals improve their appearance much the […]

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What is Teeth Grinding (Bruxism)?

Teeth grinding or bruxism as it is medically called, is one of the common complaints by patients. You might clench them during the day or grind them at night. According to the Mayo Clinic, People who clench or grind their teeth (brux) during sleep are more likely to have other sleep disorders, such as snoring […]

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