Art of Fine Dentistry

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Art of Fine Dentistry
Art of Fine Dentistry is listed in the Dentists category in Lansing, Michigan. Displayed below are the social networks for Art of Fine Dentistry which include a Facebook page, a Google Plus page, a Instagram account and a Twitter account. The activity and popularity of Art of Fine Dentistry on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 73.

Art of Fine Dentistry offers Dentists services in Lansing MI.

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X-ray imaging is a routine part of a child's dental care — and it undeniably makes a difference in preventing and treating dental disease. It's so routine, we can easily forget they're being exposed to an invisible form of electromagnetic radiation. And just like other sources of radiation, too mu...

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Magician Michel Grandinetti can levitate a 500-pound motorcycle, melt into a 7-foot-tall wall of solid steel, and make borrowed rings vanish and reappear baked inside bread. Yet the master illusionist admits to being in awe of the magic that dentists perform when it comes to transforming smiles. In ...

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Periodontal (gum) disease is a serious infection that can damage more than periodontal tissues — supporting bone structure is also at risk. Any bone loss could eventually lead to tooth loss. To stop it from causing this kind of damage, we must match this disease's aggressiveness with equally aggress...

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Discovering a loose tooth can be exciting — if you're six, that is, and anticipating a windfall from the tooth fairy. If you're an adult, a loose tooth is a different story. You're in real danger of it becoming a lost tooth, and there won't be another one coming in to replace it. Fortunately, that r...

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If you've suddenly noticed your smile looking more “toothy,” you may have a problem with your gums. They may have lost their normal attachment to your tooth and begun to shrink back — or recede. Millions of people have some form of gum recession. The most common cause is periodontal (gum) disease, b...