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Thank you for checking out the Constantine Dental blog! Our staff have collected a series of articles that we hope can improve your oral health or answer some of the more common questions that our dental office in Greenville, SC receives. 

If you would like to schedule an appointment or have any topic suggestions, please don’t hesitate to reach out to our friendly staff today!

How Long Does Dental Bonding Last?

Dental bonding can help to restore your smile and repair many cosmetic issues that bother you. Dental bonding is quick, durable, and can be less expensive compared to other cosmetic options. Dental bonding is a great solution for patients that want to change the length of a tooth, fix a chipped tooth, or close gaps

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Wisdom Teeth Recovery

How Long is Wisdom Teeth Recovery?

Wisdom teeth are the back molars in our mouths and tend to erupt between the ages of 17 and 21. Most people do not have enough room in their jaw for wisdom teeth to properly erupt. Wisdom teeth can be impacted, or cause issues once they erupt such as overcrowding or infection. If you require

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Dental Cleaning

How Long Does a Dental Cleaning Generally Take?

Taking care of our teeth is important and can help avoid problems or unnecessary visits to the dentist’s office later in life. We recommend patients visit our office for their cleaning and exam at least twice a year. These appointments are crucial and can help maintain your oral health and detect issues before they become

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Dental Restoration

What is Considered a Dental Restoration?

If you have teeth that are decayed, injured, or missing you may require a dental restoration. Common types of dental restorations include crowns, fillings, implants, dentures, and bridges. Never hesitate to call the dentist if you have an issue with your tooth. In many cases our team can save your tooth with a restoration before

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What is Oral Pathology?

Oral pathology is the identification process of certain diseases or disorders of the mouth or jaw. Thorough examination and accuracy in diagnosis are extremely important to ensure the patient is treated properly. Our surgeons have years of experience in oral pathology and treating disorders. Our detailed examination process allows our team to determine the cause

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Invisalign duration

How Long Do You Have to Wear Invisalign Each Day?

Invisalign is a great alternative to traditional braces, and eliminates the need for brackets and wires. The Invisalign system uses clear aligner trays to gently move your teeth into place over time. This treatment is discrete and are the trays are comfortable when worn. When you decide to move forward with Invisalign we take photos

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crown durability

How Long Do Crowns Last?

Crowns are used to restore or save a damaged tooth. They are similar to a cap that is placed over the tooth, and give patients the ability to use their tooth again. Crowns are highly durable, look natural, and can help restore the strength of a damaged tooth. A crown is cemented onto the damaged

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Dental Bonding

Is Dental Bonding Permanent?

If you have decided to restore your smile dental bonding is a great option. Bonding is not permanent, and can be reversed if necessary. Bonding is very durable, and if you have any wear or tear it can be repaired easily. This treatment can take care of cosmetic issues, is quick, and less expensive compared

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Dry Mouth with tongue wide open

Can a Dry Mouth Cause Cavities?

Dry mouth is also known as xerostomia, and this happens when the salivary glands do not produce enough saliva in the mouth. In some cases, dry mouth is temporary, and can be caused by dehydration. In other cases, dry mouth is a chronic problem, and many struggle with this issue. Dry mouth can be caused

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Coronavirus Health Update

WE ARE OPEN AND SEEING NEW AND EXISTING PATIENTS!

For the safety of our patients, team members, and our community, our office follows infection control recommendations made by the American Dental Association (ADA), U.S. Centers of Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA).