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By Tanya Powell 13 Sep, 2017
At Cherry Hill Dentistry, we offer CEREC tooth restorations. CEREC stands for Chair side Economical Restoration of Esthetic Ceramic,and this technology allows us to offer same day tooth restorations. We find that patients often have questions about this process so this blog provides answers to some of the most common questions we hear about CEREC.
By Tanya Powell 16 Aug, 2017
Oral health care is as important as caring for the rest of your body, and you should see your dentist twice a year on a regular basis for checkups and cleanings. But when you have a dental emergency, you need to see your dentist right away.
By Tanya Powell 06 Jul, 2017
Do you avoid visiting the dentist for cleanings because of the pain you experience while a hygienist cleans your teeth? The pain you feel during these cleanings is likely a result of having overly sensitive teeth. A lot of people have this problem, yet getting your teeth cleaned is vital for good oral health. If you have this problem, you should understand why you have it and how you can decrease the sensitivity you experience.
By Tanya Powell 16 Jun, 2017
The most fundamental and important dentalcare happens on a daily basis. No amount of cosmetic or restorative dentistry can completely make up for the damage caused by poor at-homecare.

Unfortunately, children tend to be less worried about their dental health. They love sweets, spend hours playing, and they often don't worry too much about skipping tooth brushing when they they're tired or busy. However, parents can help their children develop great dental health habits at home.
By Tanya Powell 13 Sep, 2017
At Cherry Hill Dentistry, we offer CEREC tooth restorations. CEREC stands for Chair side Economical Restoration of Esthetic Ceramic,and this technology allows us to offer same day tooth restorations. We find that patients often have questions about this process so this blog provides answers to some of the most common questions we hear about CEREC.
By Tanya Powell 16 Aug, 2017
Oral health care is as important as caring for the rest of your body, and you should see your dentist twice a year on a regular basis for checkups and cleanings. But when you have a dental emergency, you need to see your dentist right away.
By Tanya Powell 06 Jul, 2017
Do you avoid visiting the dentist for cleanings because of the pain you experience while a hygienist cleans your teeth? The pain you feel during these cleanings is likely a result of having overly sensitive teeth. A lot of people have this problem, yet getting your teeth cleaned is vital for good oral health. If you have this problem, you should understand why you have it and how you can decrease the sensitivity you experience.
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