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Why Should You Use A Philips Sonicare Toothbrush?

It’s not just how often you brush your teeth, but rather WHAT you brush your teeth with that is important. Here at Wilton Dental Associates and TLC Dental, LLC we strongly recommend Philips Sonicare rechargeable electric toothbrushes to all of our patients. Our office continually researches, tries and compares preventative products. The Sonicare toothbrush has […]

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What is Preventative Dentistry?

At our offices we utilize a unique preventative program that eliminates the bacteria in your mouth that causes decay, gum recession and periodontal disease. What makes this system different is that we: 1. Identify and quantify the bad disease causing bacteria using a phase microscope equipped with a video camera and a high definition monitor. 2. Show […]

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HOW DENTAL CARE CAN LAST A LIFETIME

HOW DENTAL CARE CAN LAST A LIFETIME. After practicing dentistry for 30 years and observing the results of quality dental care coupled with effective prevention, I believe restorative, cosmetic, and general dental care can last indefinitely. I am so certain of this that I have decided to put in writing as a GUARANTEE and you […]

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ALL DENTAL DISEASE IS PREVENTABLE RIGHT NOW 2014.

ALL DENTAL DISEASE IS PREVENTABLE RIGHT NOW 2014. There is technology, materials, and home care equipment that exists right now to prevent all gum disease, periodontal disease, gum recession, and dental caries/ dental decay. All that is involved is using the right home care program, the antibacterial mouthwash Therasol which you can get from your […]

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INVISALIGN, ANOTHER REASON WHY IT IS BEST!!!

THE FOLLOWING QUESTION WAS POSTED ON LINE CONCERNING TRADITIONAL “METAL BRACES” ORTHODONTICS. I just got my braces off and my top teeth do not align with my bottom teeth. How can my bite be corrected at this stage? One of the problems with traditional “braces” is that the dentist or orthodontist has to guess or […]

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BEST DENTAL INSURANCE

We believe all dental disease is preventable at Wilton and Bethel Dental Associates. THE SYSTEM THAT WE USE GETS RID OF THE SPECIFIC BACTERIA RESPONSIBLE FOR BOTH DECAY AND GUM DISEASE. WE ARE ONE OF ONLY 1000 OUT OF 300,000 DENTISTS WHO ARE USING THIS EFFECTIVE AND EASY SYSTEM. The system uses new, effective and […]

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DENTAL INSURANCE IS BAD FOR YOUR HEALTH.

Despite what you may believe or what you have been told Dental Insurance does more harm than good by discouraging preventive and routine dentistry to those dentists who sign up via the depression of these fees resulting in dentists making most of their income from root canals, crowns, bridges, implants, surgery and all the procedures […]

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Temporary Veneers

What about eating and/or smoking just after temporary veneers have been put on? Temporary Veneers are placed on the teeth to protect them while the permanent veneers are being made at the lab.  They are not at all like the permanents will be and are not very strong nor very resistant to staining.  I would […]

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CROWDED TEETH! CAN I GET VENEERS?

I have the money to afford the veneers! but I’m scared they might suggest I get braces! I’m too old for braces! do you think I qualify for veneers? ANSWER: With significantly crowded teeth, veneers would not be able to sufficiently address your esthetic or functional needs. Without repositioning the teeth, your teeth would need […]

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How can Dental Insurance help me?

Dental insurance is a benefit provided by an employer which costs the employer considerably more money than the employer’s employees will ever collect from the insurance  company.  If the employer pays in, let’s say, $1500.00 dollars per year to the insurance company per employee,  on average an employee will only collect about $750.00.  As an […]

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