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Your Consultation is the First Step

The decision to get cosmetic dentistry is a big one. It is an investment of your money, time, and your most-noticed asset: your smile.

I’m Dr. James DeFinnis of Back Mountain Dental, and I have been giving my patients beautiful smiles for years. I want to do the same for you. I invite you to schedule a consultation so that we can begin the journey to your new smile. Continue reading

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A New You in 2011

About a third of women will keep their New Year’s resolution for over a month. (Men tend to only keep their self-promises for a few days.) So what have you resolved to do in the New Year? Top picks are always lose weight and exercise, and this year two out of eleven women vow to eat organic food. Interesting. The most popular resolutions center on self-improvement. But what’s the first thing, according to studies, that people notice about new acquaintances? Smile and eyes. Not weight. Looking good has a lot to do with your face. Continue reading

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How to Correct Sharp or Jagged Teeth

Sometimes people don’t need porcelain veneers or a full smile makeover. Take, for instance, the problem of sharp, fang-like incisors or jagged edges on front teeth. These cosmetic imperfections can make a smile look less than desirable – even animal like. In some cases, I can reshape sharp or jagged teeth edges. Most commonly, I can remove a minimal amount of tooth structure to even and smooth teeth edges. If the problem teeth are small, I may add structure to the tooth, then shape the edges for an appealing appearance. Removing tooth structure as described above is called recontouring, while adding structure is called bonding. Continue reading

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What’s Good for Your Teeth?

If you take good care of your teeth, they’ll take good care of you – and may last you a lifetime. Today, more people than ever before are keeping their natural teeth throughout life. Want to learn more about dental care? Continue reading

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