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Gabriel A. Nossa, DMD Blog

5 New Year’s Resolution Ideas for Your Smile

December 2, 2021

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Happy New Year 2022

There is no better time than the beginning of the new year to start fresh with some more wholesome lifestyle habits. Whether you are looking to get a full eight hours of sleep every night, make healthier choices, or meditate before bed, you are taking a step to change your life for the better. As for your oral health, there are always ways that you can improve. Here are some New Year’s resolutions that you can add to your list to keep your smile in excellent shape!


How Taking Care of Your Dentures Reduces Cancer Risk

October 4, 2021

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set of dentures

More than 50,000 people in America will be diagnosed with oral cancer this year and nearly 10,000 will die from it. Even with medical advancements, these figures have not improved much in many years. Believe it or not, one of the major risk factors is actually poorly fitting dentures!

They won’t cause oral cancer but slipping dentures in conjunction with poor oral care can lead to damage that causes the cells in your mouth to become cancerous. On a positive note, there are many signs that let you know it is time to either reline your dentures, replace them, or pivot to implant dentures.


An Easy Guide to 7 Dental Implant Terms

August 12, 2021

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dental implant

Tooth loss is a common issue that people face all throughout the country. The good news is that losing a tooth doesn’t mean that you need to live the rest of your life without it. Dental implants are an excellent tooth replacement option because they have so many benefits. However, you want to be well informed before committing to the treatment, and that means knowing some of the lingo associated with them. Continue reading to learn a few dental implant terms that you should know.


Do You Have a Black Line Around Your Dental Crown?

June 24, 2021

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woman looking in mirror at dental crown

If you have an older dental crown, you may have noticed an unattractive black line around the base of your tooth. Natural teeth don’t develop these lines, making them a tell-tale sign of dental work. It can be unfortunate when this happens as most patients want their smiles to look natural. So, how can this problem be fixed? Read on to learn why a black line formed around a dental crown and how your dentist can get rid of it.


3 Popular Dental Implant Myths, Debunked!

April 16, 2021

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Woman looking at her dental implant in the mirror

With over 120 million U.S. adults missing at least one tooth, it’s safe to say that tooth loss is a prevalent issue among Americans today. Fortunately, there is a long-lasting, smile-rebuilding, bite-restoring solution: dental implants. This state-of-the-art tooth replacement option has helped over three million patients fill the gaps in their smiles for good. However, despite its popularity, there are still quite a few misconceptions out there. Keep reading to learn three common dental implant myths and why they aren’t true!


Why Should You Replace a Missing Back Tooth If You Cannot See It?

February 26, 2021

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Dental implant replacing missing back tooth

One of the many great things about living in the 21st century is that missing teeth can be a thing of the past. With a variety of different tooth replacement options out there, you don’t have to settle for gaps in your smile anymore. Dental implants in Gainesville have become especially popular because of their many benefits. However, why should you replace a missing back tooth? After all, no one can even see it. Continue reading to learn about the inconveniences and risks of not replacing your missing teeth with a dental implant, even if it is in the back.


How Cosmetic Dentistry Can Improve Your Career Success

January 13, 2021

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smiling woman in job interview after getting cosmetic dentistry in Gainesville

When it comes to your professional success, it’s no secret that first impressions mean everything. If you walk into a job interview or a salary negotiation and you avoid smiling because you’re self-conscious about your teeth, you may not achieve the career success you want. On the other hand, a bright, confident smile can help you land your dream job, close a sale, or earn a higher salary. Keep reading to learn how cosmetic dentistry in Gainesville can give you the radiant smile you need to reach your career goals.


Treat Sleep Apnea for Peaceful Nights

December 15, 2020

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Woman sleeping peacefully with the help of a dentist in Gainesville.Are you struggling to feel well-rested besides getting the recommended 7-8 hours of sleep each night? Has your quality of life declined because you can’t get a good night’s rest? It might not be from a bad mattress or extra stress. Instead, you might be dealing with obstructive sleep apnea. Don’t worry, your dentist in Gainesville can help you achieve peaceful nights throughout the holidays with the right treatment and a few extra tips.

3 Reasons to Use Your Dental Insurance

November 18, 2020

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Dental insurance form for dentist in Gainesville.Believe it or not, the end of the year is only a few weeks away. Since you’ve spent more time at home over the last several months, you may not have been able to visit your dentist in Gainesville as often as you would have liked. Thankfully, you’re not out of time. You can still maximize your benefits before they expire. Here’s how to take advantage of your insurance policy before 2020 ends.

Non-Candy Alternatives for Kids This Halloween

October 21, 2020

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Halloween candyEverybody enjoys a sugary treat – especially children. However, too many sweets can be detrimental for their oral health. After all, no kid wants to spend extra time in the dental chair getting cavities filled. The good news is that your kids don’t need an excessive amount of candy this Halloween to have fun. Your dentist in Gainesville shares some fun alternatives to candy that your family can try out during this spooky season.


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