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Why Choose a Prosthodontist in Orange Park, FL?

July 26, 2016

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Dr. Matthew Nawrocki is the prosthodontist Orange Park trusts for their comprehensive smile needs. This special area of dentistry deals with the restoring and replacing damaged or missing teeth. But general dentists are qualified to perform the same restorative treatments, so is choosing a prosthodontist really necessary? We say yes. Prosthodontists are highly trained and skilled in your restorative dental care.


Don’t Want to Wear Traditional Braces? Try Invisalign

July 16, 2016

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Have you always lived with a crooked smile? Have you thought about getting braces but feel metal braces just aren’t right for you at this stage in your life? If so, you aren’t alone. Now, you can get the straight smile you’ve always wanted without having to use metal braces. As a cosmetic dentist in Orange Park FL, we help adults of all ages get a more attractive smile with a nearly invisible orthodontic treatment. Invisalign will straighten your smile without the appearance, discomfort, or hassle of traditional braces.


How Do I Know If I Have Gum Disease?

June 24, 2016

Filed under: Gum Disease — Tags: , — nawrockidmdteam @ 6:41 pm

Let’s take a look at something that we don’t feel like gets talked about enough. Gum (periodontal) disease is a serious condition that has major repercussions when it’s left untreated. Unfortunately, it’s estimated that 75 percent of adults are suffering from some level of the condition. Are you one of the majority at higher risk for tooth loss, cardiovascular disease, diabetes, and certain types of cancer due to the gum infection? Learn about gum disease in Orange Park FL, including its symptoms, treatment, and prevention, today.


Are you ready to reveal your whitest smile? Learn about teeth whitening in Orange Park FL from Dr. Nawrocki today!

May 24, 2016

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We’ve got an exciting topic lined up for this week’s blog post. Did you know there’s a teeth whitening method that can give you a dramatically whiter smile in just one, one hour visit to our office? With in-office teeth whitening in Orange Park, FL, you can undergo the treatment at a pace that keeps up with your busy lifestyle. Keep reading to learn more about teeth whitening and Opalescence Boost from Dr. Nawrocki!


One or More Missing Teeth? Learn About Dental Implants Today

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If you’re dealing with the effects of one or more missing teeth, it’s time for you to learn about dental implants in Orange Park.

This week, we’d like to focus on tooth replacement. Did you know that dental implants are the absolute best replacement option for a single lost tooth and multiple missing teeth? And that not replacing even one missing tooth can result in bone degeneration that causes even more tooth loss later on? Dr. Nawrocki specializes in providing dental implants for Orange Park and its neighbors. Keep reading to learn more about this preferred replacement option today.


Is This Website Telling The Truth? How To Find Quality Oral Health Information Online

May 20, 2016

Filed under: General Dentistry — Tags: , — nawrockidmdteam @ 6:48 pm

In our blog this week, we want to provide you with some tips and tricks for deciphering information that you may find on the web related to dental health. According to the American Dental Association, there are numerous websites that provide information related to oral health that is not based on current scientific research. Many of these websites are handing out misinformation related to dentistry. The problem with these websites is that they may perpetuate myths about dental health and hygiene that may be harmful to you or your family’s health. We have written this blog in order to assist you in finding quality information related to healthcare on the Internet. If you ever read or hear about something related to dentistry that doesn’t sound right, be sure to ask your dental providers about the validity of this information.


When Was Your Last Dental Exam or Cleaning? Do You Know The Dangers of Neglect?

April 18, 2016

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We are here this week to teach you about some of the dangers of neglecting your oral health for an extended period of time. According to the American Dental Association, gum disease and dental cavities are the too most common chronic diseases of the mouth. How long has it been since you have visited a dentist? If you are like many adults, you may believe that your teeth are perfectly healthy as long as they look good and are not hurting you. This is not the case, however, as most dental diseases are undetectable by people during the early to middle stages of disease. This means that you may not be aware of your dental disease until it has devastating effects, which may necessitate tooth extraction or pricey dental treatment. More often than not, gum disease and cavities can be prevented with regular dental visits. If these diseases do require interceptive or preventative treatment, it is always easier on the you if the treatment is completed during early stages of disease.


Do You Have Crooked Teeth? All About Adult Braces

March 24, 2016

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In our blog this week, we want to teach you more about braces and how they can benefit people of all ages. Are you an adult with crooked teeth who regrets never having braces as a child? Do you wish that you teeth would be straighter but do not want to go through the process of having ugly, metal braces on your teeth for months or years? Malocclusion, also known as the misalignment of the teeth or the bite, can cause more complicated problems in addition to affecting the appearance of your smile. According the American Dental Association, over 70% of adults in the US suffer from malocclusion. Abnormal bites are usually best treated between the ages of 8 and 14, but it is never too late to have the straight smile that you have always wanted!


Senior Dental Health: Aging and Oral Hygiene

February 10, 2016

Filed under: General Dentistry — Tags: , , — nawrockidmdteam @ 7:00 pm

In our recent blog entries, we have been focusing on the importance of oral health at all stages of life and today we will talk about oral health concerns for older adults. According to the American Dental Association, getting older doesn’t mean losing all your teeth; with healthy habits, adults should be able to keep their teeth for life. Many people believe that everyone will need dentures at some point. This is an outdated believe, though. These days, more 75% of adults over age 65 still have some or all of their teeth remaining. This is due to increased preventative measures by dental providers and the introduction of fluoride to toothpaste and drinking water. A healthy mouth and teeth can really improve your quality of life and overall health. In our blog today, we will talk about some unique dental health concerns that adults encounter as they age. We will also provide some tips for how maintain the health of your dentition for as long as possible.


Pediatric Dentistry: Are Baby Teeth Important?

January 21, 2016

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In our blog this week we are going to talk to you about the importance of maintaining your child’s baby teeth. Many people believe that baby teeth, known dentally as the deciduous dentition, are not important because they will eventually fall out and be replaced with adult teeth. This is not true. It is important for children to visit the dentist as often, if not more often, than adults. Your dentist will monitor your child’s dental development from a young age and offer recommendations for treatment and prevention as needed. When should you take your child to his or her first dental appointment? The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry recommends that a child see the dentist around the time that his or her first tooth erupts or before age one, whichever comes first. Children vary extensively in their dental development and it is important that your dentist monitor this development.


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