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General Dentistry Ardmore, PA

How are You Seeing Sensitivity?

You may experience sensitivity when you eat or drink something that is warm or cold. Sensitivity makes it difficult for some people to brush their teeth without warming the water first. Do you experience these sensations? If you do, you may have fallen for the idea that sensitive teeth are a normal occurrence. You may… [Read more]


General Dentistry Ardmore, PA

Tooth Damage: What May be Behind the Unexpected Injury

One of the primary objectives in the field of dentistry is protecting patients from oral disease. Whether that is inflammation and infection of the gums or tooth decay, we place the high priority on prevention. In addition to direct care in the form of exams, cleanings, and minor repairs, we also support long-term health and… [Read more]


Lumineers® Ardmore, PA

LUMINEERS: A Different Path to a Great Smile

Cosmetic dentistry continually offers exciting new ways to improve the appearance of teeth. In recent years, we have seen the use of porcelain veneers increase substantially. The interest in this treatment has been as impressive as the aesthetic changes that have been accomplished with fingernail-thin sheaths of porcelain. Little did we know at the time… [Read more]


Periodontics PA

Are you Remembering the Basics?

We all master certain activities throughout our lifetime. Once, we didn’t know how to walk; now we can do so without thinking. We have all been brushing our teeth for many, many years, which means we can also do this without thinking. In fact, this is exactly what a large majority of adults do. We… [Read more]


How Should You Bridge That Gap?

Not so long ago, if a person were to lose a tooth, there was little, if anything that would be done to restore the appearance and functionality of the smile. Chewing capabilities would be altered, and remaining teeth would most likely shift, causing cosmetic problems. Today, we can bridge gaps between teeth, literally, with dental… [Read more]


Teeth Cleaning and Dental Hygiene PA

Is your Breath Turning on You?

When you laugh and speak with another human, the last thing you want is to notice bad breath filling the air between you. The last thing you want is for that bad breath to be yours. We all know that our breath can turn south if we eat certain foods. That is a relatively easy… [Read more]


Laser Dentistry PA

What Laser Dentistry Means for You

If you find yourself face to face with a dental problem such as a cavity, an infected root canal, or even a gummy smile, one of your greatest goals may be to resolve this issue as quickly and as painlessly as possible. We share in that desire, which is why we are proud to perform… [Read more]


Cosmetic Dentistry Ardmore, PA

Cosmetic Dentistry Done Right

Patients of Ardmore dentist Dr. Lindsey Marshall know that our entire dental team prioritizes friendly, personal service. It is important to us that each case is approached with an understanding of its unique nature. No patient is the same, and no dental problem is exactly like any other. This is as true in general dentistry… [Read more]


Teeth Cleaning and Dental Hygiene Ardmore, PA

Pack These Dental Tips for your Summer Vacation

Who doesn’t feel the pull of the open road during the summertime months! Whether your plans for the summer include a road trip to visit family or friends, or a long flight across the pond, you no doubt expect to bask in the glory of downtime. Along with all those nights under the stars, summertime… [Read more]


Invisalign Philadelphia | Dr. Lindsey Marshall

Ask these Questions if you want Straighter Teeth

Most of us envision a straight, radiant smile for ourselves. In reality, this may not be a given. Misalignment is a common problem that isn’t always addressed during adolescence, as we imagine. Adults who want a straighter smile may have reservations about their treatment options. One option may give the impression of inefficiency, while the… [Read more]


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