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Common Signs of Dental Implant Failure

Dental Implants have a very high success rate, are predictable, and have positive results. Yet, they are not 100% infallible, and sometimes they can fail, for several reasons. Here's what to look for to see if there's a problem with your implants and when to call your dentist.

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Is a Broken Tooth a Dental Emergency?

When is a broken tooth a dental emergency? Here's everything you need to know. 

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What Negative Health Effects Can Sleep Apnea Cause?

Sleep apnea is one of the most common sleep conditions in America. It’s been estimated that up to 22% of Americans suffer from sleep apnea, and up to 80% of people with sleep apnea are undiagnosed. But is it really a big deal?

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5 Myths About Sedation Dentistry

There are a lot of myths surrounding sedation dentistry, but when administered by trained professionals, sedation is perfectly safe!

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5 Signs You May Have Sleep Apnea

Most people might not even know they have sleep apnea. Here are five common signs of the condition to watch out for.

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How Teeth Contouring Can Transform Your Smile

Dental contouring, also known as tooth reshaping, is a cosmetic dental procedure that can change the appearance of your smile quickly and painlessly.

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Root Canal Aftercare: What to Expect

Curious about to expect after getting a root canal? Our office explains the healing process and what you can expect from aftercare.

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How to Reduce Sensitivity After Teeth Whitening

Teeth whitening treatments can cause some side effects, such as gum irritation or tooth sensitivity. Here's what we recommend to reduce sensitivity after whitening.

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Crowns Vs Veneers: What's the Difference?

While it’s easy to see how people could get crowns and veneers confused, they differ in aspects such as procedure, prep work, cost, and appearance.

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How Teeth Grinding Causes Dental Issues And How To Prevent Them

Prolonged teeth grinding can cause a lot of dental health issues. Our Murphy dental office explains why you should seek treatment for TMJ.

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Take-Home Vs. In-Office Whitening – Understanding The Basics & Benefits

If you’re interested in professional teeth whitening at Parkside Dental, you actually have two primary options for treatment. Dr. Larsen offers both in-office and take-home teeth whitening.

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Does My Dentist Know I Smoke Weed?

If you’re a medical marijuana patient in Texas, you may be wondering if your dentist can tell that you smoke weed. Here's what you should know.

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What Can I Do To Make The Most Of My Dental Insurance Policy?

Dental insurance is complex and every plan is different. But if you want to understand your policy and maximize your benefits, there are a few steps you can usually take. Learn more from Parkside Dental now. 

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Is It Safe To Come To The Dentist During COVID-19? The Answer Is “Yes!”

You may be wondering if it's still safe to get dental treatment during COVID-19. It is, and here's how our Murphy dental office is keeping you safe.

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How Do Dental Crowns & Bridges Work Together?

If you’re thinking about restoring your smile after losing one or more teeth in Murphy, TX, you may be interested in dental bridges. If you have questions about what bridges are and how they work with dental crowns, you’ve come to the right place.

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The Dental Implant Timeline

If you want to get dental implants in Parkside, Dr. Jason Larsen is here to help. Not sure what you can expect during the implant placement process? Let’s take a look at a step-by-step overview of the dental implant procedure now.

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4 Steps to Overcome Dental Anxiety

If you have been putting off dental care out of fear, here are a few steps you can take to get more comfortable with dental appointments.

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Welcome to Our New Website!

At Parkside Dental, we are changing the way that people view dental appointments. Learn more about our friendly dental office today!

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