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Your Cosmetic Dentist in Camp Hill, PA, Discusses Ways to Change your Smile Immediately

July 20, 2016

smiling woman photoEverything seems to happen fast nowadays. Fast cars, fast Internet, fast service. And why not? People have a lot going on in their lives, so it can be helpful to get fast results. At the practice of Camp Hill, PA, cosmetic dentist Dr. Rina Singh, we offer a number of cosmetic dentistry procedures that can give you a more attractive smile… fast! Read on to learn about these quick smile-changing treatments.

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Annual Halloween Candy Buy Back Program

October 27, 2015

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160051708It’s that time of year again, and Halloween is just around the corner. As you and your family prepare to celebrate one of the most entertaining holidays of the season, Dr. Singh would like to take a moment to talk about what’s on every kid’s mind right about now: Halloween candy! While your local dentist’s office probably isn’t the first place that comes to mind when you think of candy corn and Tootsie Rolls, we have one good reason it should be. Our practice is proud to announce its 2015 Halloween Candy Buy Back Program! (more…)

Arestin® for Dramatically Improved Periodontal Health in Camp Hill, PA

August 10, 2014

178845072Periodontal disease (also known simply as gum disease) is the leading cause of adult tooth loss in the United States, affecting more than half of the population. It has been linked to a broad range of seemingly unrelated health conditions such as coronary artery disease, stroke, heart attack, Alzheimer’s disease, and possibly certain types of cancer. At the office of Dr. Rina Singh in Camp Hill, PA, our comprehensive periodontal therapy program helps men and women suffering from gum disease drastically reduce their risk of developing these and other conditions. Two of the most critical components of our periodontal therapy regimen are a procedure called scaling and root planing and the application of prescription drug Arestin®. (more…)

Consider Cosmetic Dentistry To Improve Your Smile

July 29, 2012

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Your smile is one of the first things people notice about you. Even a small imperfection in your teeth-and your smile-can impact how you feel, how you look, and how you interact with others. There are many cosmetic dental procedures to help you look and feel your best. Here are some ideas:

Tooth Whitening has become one of the most common procedures to enhance the appearance of one’s smile. Teeth that have grayed or become “yellowed” or stained can undergo a remarkable transformation through the whitening process. Through an easy in-office treatment or a take-home process, your teeth become whiter and brighter, leaving you with a more beautiful, youthful, and healthy-looking smile.

Veneers can be applied to restore and beautify the front surface of a tooth. Veneers are an easy and affordable option to: restore chipped or broken teeth, remedy uneven or crooked teeth, treat stained teeth or close unwanted spaces between teeth. A veneer is a custom-made covering that is permanently bonded to fit over an existing tooth. A dental veneer will perfectly match one’s teeth color and shape, resulting in a totally natural and desirable appearance. (more…)

What Is Gum Disease?

May 29, 2012

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If your gums are sore, swollen, red, or bleeding, it may be an indication of gum disease. Other indications of gum disease may be: painful chewing, loose teeth, sensitivity, changes in how your teeth come together when you bite, ongoing bad breath, or a lasting bad taste in your mouth.

Gum disease is caused by bacteria-building plaque on teeth. If not removed, the plaque can harden and form tartar, which can ultimately lead to gum disease. There are several stages of gum disease:

Gingivitis–the most mild form of gum disease in which gums become swollen and red and often bleed easily when brushing or flossing. Gingivitis can typically be reversed with routine professional cleanings by a dentist or dental hygienist along with daily brushing and flossing. (more…)

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