How to Brush Your Teeth Everyone knows how important it is to brush your teeth. Regular brushing of teeth serves several purposes. First, you keep your teeth clean from a buildup of harmful bacteria. This helps prevent common gum diseases as well as keeping your breath fresh. Second, regular brushing helps make each trip to…

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Many people believe that once they lose or break a tooth, that is what they have to deal with for the rest of their lives. Their confidence is typically affected and they have to constantly find new ways of hiding their smile. Look we understand, life happens. People lose teeth all the time for a…

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We all recognize the secret to healthy teeth: brush regularly, floss consistently as well as maintain sugars to a minimum. However, the food you eat can additionally play a part in keeping a healthy and balanced mouth and also, while no food will ever change the requirement to brush, there are some that are remarkably…

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Here at Accelerated Dental, we are big believers that laughter is the most effective medication – well perhaps not if you’re experiencing a toothache… but we got you covered if that takes place too. * wink * Smiling and having that ‘glass half complete’ perspective is where it goes to. It can actually make the…

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Happy New Year! As you’re setting up goals and resolutions for 2019, please remember your oral health. You probably heard before that a good oral and dental hygiene can help prevent bad breath, tooth decay, and gum disease—and can help you keep your teeth as you get older. Now, take a moment and try to…

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Accelerated Dental provides top-quality dentistry in the Las Vegas area. Their mission is to provide dental care for you and your family in a comfortable and compassionate environment. Las Vegas, United States – December 5, 2018 — Las Vegas, Nevada – Accelerated Dental provides top-quality dentistry in the Las Vegas area. Their mission is to…

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Have you used all of your dental coverage for this year? At the end of each year, many people miss out on scheduling their necessary dental treatment before the end of the year. Unfortunately, dental insurance benefit dollars don’t roll over into the next year, which, in turn, leads to a significant waste of your…

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