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Caring for Your Smile After Invisalign

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After Invisalign

At Fine Dentistry of Downtown Orlando, we love nothing more than seeing someone successfully complete treatment with Invisalign. As the end of your orthodontic treatment draws to a close, you’re probably really excited to see the final outcome and to begin enjoying your lovely new smile.


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Adult Orthodontics

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Adult Orthodontics

Traditional braces may bring back not-so-great memories of junior high, but when you imagine adult orthodontics, you need to rethink that picture! These days, there are lots of orthodontic options for adult patients who want to straighten their teeth. Lots of adults never had a chance to get their teeth straightened as teenagers and these patients show up regularly at Fine Dentistry of Downtown Orlando to get a straighter smile now that they’re old enough to really benefit from it.


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Why You Should Choose a Cosmetic Dentist

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Choose Cosmetic Dentist

Most people think of a dentist as a person who takes care of fixing cavities, doing root canals, or repairing chipped teeth, to name just a few important services. Their priority is the health of your teeth. What if you're unhappy with your smile, however? What if your teeth don't look the way you wish they did? That's where a cosmetic dentist steps in. Keep reading to learn more about all the ways a cosmetic dentist can brighten your smile.


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What Makes Invisalign Special?

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Invisalign Special

The cutting-edge Invisalign system has taken teeth straightening treatment to a new level and is constantly striving to add new technological innovations to further benefit orthodontic patients of all ages.


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Is Botox Right for You?

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Botox Right for You

In 2021, more than 3 million people used a neurotoxin such as Botox for cosmetic procedures. If you're not one of those people, you may be wondering what it is that they know about Botox that you don't. They may know that Botox can help with a whole host of issues related to your dental health.


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Dental Tips for Kids

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Dental Tips for Kids

It is believed by many that teeth development for children starts when they are between one and four years old, but this isn’t the case. Formation of milk teeth begins when the fetus is five weeks in development, and the first baby teeth are seen on the surface of the gum when the infant is between four months and one year old.


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How Dental Implants Transform Your Smile

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Dental Implants Transform

If you’ve lost a tooth or several teeth, you’ll know how the resulting gaps in your mouth can change your appearance – and not in a good way! Dental implants can restore your self-confidence by transforming your smile. Before dental implants, people with missing teeth had to depend on dentures or bridges that could result in embarrassing mishaps, doing little in allowing you to show off your smile with assurance.


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When to Consider Invisalign Clear Aligners

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Invisalign Clear Aligners

Everyone has that moment when they have had enough of their misaligned teeth. For some, the constant jaw pain has just become too much. For others, it may be an aesthetic reason that they decide to talk to a dentist who offers orthodontics, like our dentists do at Fine Dentistry of Downtown Orlando.


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How to Help with Dental Anxiety

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How to Help with Dental Anxiety

If someone you know refuses to step inside a dental office, you may think their attitude is based on groundless anxieties, but to them, their fears are likely to be all too real. Some people may have mild concerns about a dental visit but for others this apprehension can become a mental health condition called odontophobia (dental phobia).


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How to Prevent Gum Disease

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Prevent Gum Disease

Gum disease is a serious problem that can result in tooth, bone, and soft tissue loss, and affect other parts of the body. It begins as gingivitis – inflammation of the gums which generally occurs when a film of bacterial plaque accumulates on and between the teeth.


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