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Tracey Hahn, RDA – Dental Assistant

One of the things we are so proud of at Smiles by Burgess is the loyalty of our staff. Our newest team members have been here nearly four years already! This means that our patients get to see the same smiling faces at the front desk and in the chair when they come and visit us for their dental or oral health needs.

New Patient Special

As our gift to you, all new patients that have a comprehensive exam and dental cleaning will receive FREE teeth whitening trays following their first visit at Smiles by Burgess!

Benefits of Invisalign

Invisalign is a tooth alignment system that produces gorgeous results comfortably and conveniently. It differs from traditional braces, because the clear aligners are removable and virtually invisible. If you’re looking to straighten your smile without drastically altering your daily life or appearance, Invisalign might be the perfect solution.

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What Is a Dental Bridge?

A dental bridge is a device used to replace missing teeth. It’s different than a crown, because it covers multiple teeth instead of just one and fills the gap where teeth are absent. Bridges have many benefits including improving your appearance and overall dental health. They also help with daily functions that can be hard to perform with missing teeth, such as eating or speaking.

Oral Cancer Screenings with OralID

Would you be shocked to learn that one American dies every hour of every day from oral cancer? That oral cancer has a higher death rate in the United States than cervical cancer, Hodgkin’s disease, cancer of the brain, liver, kidneys, or ovaries?

What is an Abscessed Tooth?

The very center of a tooth is composed of blood vessels and nerves which are collectively called the “pulp”. This inner chamber containing the pulp is susceptible to infection when a tooth has an opening in the enamel that exposes the soft center of the tooth. Severe tooth decay, gum disease, a cavity or when a tooth is broken or chipped can all lead to an abscessed tooth.

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