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How to Prevent Cavities

Here’s a number that makes us really sad: Nearly 90% of adults aged 20 and older have at least one cavity.  The reason this statistic makes us so sad is that cavities can be easily prevented. Don’t know how?  We’ll tell you all about it in this short blog post.  So, What Are Cavities? A
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Can You Whiten Crowns?

The beauty of cosmetic dentistry is that you don’t have to go through big changes to improve the appearance of your teeth significantly. Sometimes, something as simple as a teeth whitening treatment can make a big difference.  What if you want to brighten your smile a bit but also have a crown? Can you still
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Do dental implants needs to be replaced: what you need to know

Do Dental Implants Need to Be Replaced: What You Need to Know Dental implants are one of the most successful and effective ways to restore missing teeth. They can help restore the proper functions of your mouth and give you a beautiful and healthy smile.  But, do you need to replace your implants after a
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How Teeth Whitening Works – Everything You Need To Know

Are you thinking about getting teeth whitening in Escondido from the office of Dr. Douglas G. Hope? If so, you may have questions about the process, how it works, and what to expect. In this blog, we’ll go over all the details, and answer a few common FAQs about teeth whitening treatment, too.   Peroxides
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My Invisalign Trays Aren’t Tracking. What Do I Do?

If you’re getting Invisalign treatment and have not been careful to wear your aligners for at least 22 hours a day, then you’ve likely noticed your trays “aren’t tracking.”   This essentially means the trays aren’t making contact with your teeth, which impairs them from pulling your teeth into their most optimal position.    If
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Is A Root Canal A Dental Emergency?

If you have an infected tooth in Escondido, you may be wondering if it counts as a dental emergency, and if you should come into the office of Dr. Douglas G. Hope for an emergency root canal. The answer is “yes.” Infected teeth are dental emergencies, and the sooner you get care, the better. Call
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