July 1, 2015 It would be so great if a hiring manager could take one look at you and see what a dedicated, qualified, and passionate person you are. Unfortunately, these attributes only come out with time. Instead, the hiring manager’s first impressions will strongly be influenced by your appearance. The way you dress, your posture, and your smile will all create a positive or negative impression.
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July 1, 2015 If you want a gorgeous new smile, then your first stop should be to a cosmetic dentist, a trained expert who specializes in just that – giving you a perfect smile. At Antigone Skoulas, DDS and Associates Dental, one of our most popular procedures is called a “Smile Makeover.” What the smile makeover entails will depend on your teeth and your goals.
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July 1, 2015 Crooked, discolored, or missing teeth can cause an individual to feel extremely self-conscious about their smile and their overall appearance. It is hard to feel confident and enjoy yourself at a party or outing with friends if you are constantly afraid to smile or laugh.
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July 1, 2015 No cavities, no problem, right? Wrong! Even the straightest and whitest of teeth can fall prey to a serious case of receding gums, a common condition that can sneak up and do some damage before many individuals realize it’s even a problem. While a surefire way to detect and treat it is with regular visits to the dentist, meticulous at-home monitoring and preventative care is also a great line of defense. Here’s what you should know to keep the threat of gum recession at bay.
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July 1, 2015 Have you finally decided that it’s time to make a big change in your life and undergo a cosmetic procedure, such as a face lift, breast augmentation, breast lift, tummy tuck, or liposuction? If you are fully committed to improving your appearance, then consider adding a smile makeover to your list.
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July 1, 2015 Prosthodontics is the artistic, cerebral dental specialty that focuses on improving aesthetics,  restoring and replacing teeth,  correcting poor function, treating poor bites and jaw problems.  A Prosthodontist can aid in the rehabilitation of a complete dentition or merely in the repair or replacement of one or two teeth. This specialist handles problems that arise due to neglect, trauma and congenital problems.
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July 1, 2015 Advances in the fields of dentistry make it easier than ever to find a full-service dental office, and indeed, general dentists provide a high level of care. However, you may prefer more specialized care for your smile. Just as you’d prefer a specialist to work on your imported sports car, you’ll want a prosthodontist when you need implants, dentures, or crowns.
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