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Dental treatment for snoring and sleep apnea problem

Mar 6th, 2013 | By

Do the sounds of your sleeping partner’s snoring serenade you into wakefulness every night? You’re not alone. Snoring is a common condition, and while the snorer does not typically realize it, the partner often cannot help but notice. In some cases, the constant interruption and noise can strain even the best relationships. What the partner

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Determine the Cause of Toothache

Jan 30th, 2013 | By

A toothache is not a trivial matter. Over 25% of adults in America have admitted to taking time off work to deal with the discomfort of tooth sensitivity, and some women claim tooth pain is second only to childbirth. The magnitude of a toothache can be debilitating, and if you’ve had one before, then you

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Review Our Office

Jul 21st, 2012 | By

At Fresno Dental Studio we always strive to improve the services we provide to our patients. Please let us know what you think about us. Please scroll down to the bottom of this page to send your review. Click on post comment below to write your review and and rate us according to the 5

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Teeth-Friendly Easter Treats

Apr 7th, 2012 | By

Easter is this weekend, and the Fresno Dental Studio team wishes you and your family a safe and festive celebration. While you’re celebrating, Fresno dentists Dr. Claudia Denes and Dr. Alex Denes want you to keep something in mind: you don’t have to fill your kids’ Easter baskets with sugary treats for them to have

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How Methamphetamine Affects Your Teeth

Feb 18th, 2012 | By

Do you have a loved one whose teeth are rapidly staining, rotting, or falling apart? Is this person going days without sleeping, eating very little, and drinking sugary beverages constantly? If so, he or she may be using methamphetamine, a highly-addictive street drug that wreaks havoc on the body and destroys the teeth. These are

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Traditional Dentures vs. Implant Teeth Reconstructions

Jan 28th, 2012 | By

Are you afraid to eat in public or socialize with friends because your dentures keep slipping out of place? If so, you are not alone. Many denture wearers feel as if their lives are ruled by that plate of ill-fitting plastic in their mouths, but you don’t have to resign yourself to a life of

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Lack of Dental Care Impacts Your General Health

Jan 25th, 2012 | By

Millions of Americans do not have access to dental care, and the effects go far beyond just having tooth problems. Oral health and overall body health are closely linked in what is known as the mouth-body connection. Research and anecdotal evidence have shown that poor dental care can be linked to the following: Heart disease.

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The Truth About Tooth Decay

Jan 20th, 2012 | By

What Causes Cavities? Tooth decay is actually an infectious disease caused by a pesky bacterium called Streptococcus mutans. We aren’t born with the bacterium in our mouths; babies get infected with the microbes when their parents kiss them, share utensils, or use their own mouths to clean Baby’s pacifier. The bacterium hangs out in your

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Are you ready to have orthodontic treatment?

Oct 30th, 2011 | By

The subset of Dentistry that focuses on the detection and clinical intervention of misaligned teeth is termed as Orthodontics. A number of disorders associated with Orthodontic cases can be treated. In orthodontic intervention, a pair of dental device is commonly used to exert the needed pressure to straighten teeth. Crude dentistry were already being performed

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Root canals

Apr 4th, 2011 | By

There are three components that make up a tooth: a tough protective layer referred to as the enamel, a softer and sensitive interior layer referred to as dentin, and the pulp which is a soft inner layer. Dental pulp is composed of nerve tissue, lymph tissue and blood vessels, and is considered to be the

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