Why Repair a Broken Tooth? Learn From a Cosmetic Dentist in DC


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Many people, unaware of the possible consequences, let their chipped or fractured teeth go unrepaired. They may not know that these damaged teeth can be saved and repaired with treatment options that look and feed like natural teeth. Dr. Nishan Halim, cosmetic dentist in DC, wants you to know the facts.

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Dentist in Capitol Hill DC: Your Teeth Can Last Your Lifetime


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Thanks to improvements in dental care, members of the baby boom generation have a much better chance of keeping their natural teeth than previous generations. While it’s always important to maintain proper oral hygiene, specific issues of aging do affect oral health and require additional attention.

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Tips for Family Dental Care: Children CAN Floss!


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Did you know that you can start a daily flossing routine for your child’s teeth as soon as any two teeth touch each other? Of course, parents will initially perform the flossing. But as soon as children have learned to brush on their own, it’s time to teach them how to floss. 

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Tips for Family Dental Care: You CAN Get Your Child to Brush


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Learning good oral habits early in life plays a major role in having healthy teeth later.  Many dental problems can be prevented with proper home care – a brushing and flossing routine – and regular dental checkups. Dr. Nishan Halim, dentist in Capitol Hill, DC, shares advice for parents on how to get children to brush.

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Dentist in Capitol Hill DC: Why You Should Replace a Missing Tooth


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Should I replace it or not? Many patients have questions about the need to replace their missing teeth. I recently received an email from one of my own family dental care patients who wanted to know whether to replace a molar. Here’s the question and my answer:  

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Straighten Your Teeth Without Braces? Cosmetic Dentist in DC Tells How


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Are you unhappy with your smile? Are you teeth crowded or crooked?  Today there are less expensive and less time-consuming alternatives to orthodontics that can give your teeth the appearance of  perfect alignment. If you problem is not too severe, one of these may be just right for you.

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Cosmetic Dentist in DC: What You Should Know About Replacing Teeth


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A missing tooth can spoil your healthy smile. But did you know that unseen missing teeth – those in the back of your mouth – can also cause a variety of problems.  Dentists recommend that nearly all your missing teeth should be replaced. The only exception? The last molars.

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Your Cosmetic Dentist in DC Can Restore Decayed Teeth and More!


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Has it been a long time since your last dental visit? Does embarrassment about the condition of your teeth prevent you from getting the treatment you need? If so, you are not alone. However, new procedures and materials now available to your cosmetic dentist in DC, allow your broken, decayed or missing teeth to be replaced and restored more comfortably than ever.

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Family Dental Care for When Cold and Hot Make Your Teeth Ache


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Have you ever been outside on a very cold winter day and noticed that taking a breath of the cold air through your mouth makes your teeth hurt? Maybe you can’t sip a hot beverage or eat something cold without a sharp ache. If any of these situations apply, you probably have sensitive teeth.

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Brush and Floss: Good Beginnings for Family Dental Care


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Good oral health requires regular dental exams and consistent at-home care.  You visit your dentist every six months for an exam and professional cleaning. That’s good, but not enough. Brushing and flossing are equally important if you want to avoid cavities and other oral problems that affect your health and appearance.

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