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  • Don't Ignore the Health of Your Gums
    Are your gums receiving proper care and attention? Ignoring your gum health can have severe consequences for your oral health. Give periodontics in Cedar Falls, IA, with your periodontist, Dr. Read more
  • Top 5 Reasons To Consider Dental Implants
    Caring for your teeth continues to be very important. Unfortunately, teeth can become damaged due to decay, infection, or trauma. If this happens, you should speak with Dr. Shawn Reese Read more
  • What To Know About Gum Grafting
    Find out how a gum graft could improve the health and appearance of a receding gum line.When it comes to good oral health it isn’t just about the health of Read more
  • Signs And Symptoms Of Periodontal Disease
    Your periodontist in Cedar Falls, IA, can help if you have periodontal disease. Periodontal disease can cause you to lose your teeth and your smile. The worst part is, periodontal disease Read more
  • Laser Therapy: What It Is and How It Works
    Lasers make our lives better in so many ways. For instance, printing, shopping, and manufacturing are quicker and more precise thanks to innovative laser technology. These light-emitting devices are also Read more
  • Developing a Good Oral Care Routine
    Did you know that the everyday choices you make could either protect your teeth or lead to cavity-causing decay and gum disease? To prevent cavities caused by tartar and plaque Read more
  • What Is Gum Grafting?
    If your gums have begun to recede, gum grafting might be an option for restoring the appearance and health of your gums. Gum grafting is also referred to as gingival Read more
  • Discover the Benefits of Dental Implants
    Losing one or more teeth can affect your self-esteem, interfere with your ability to chew and bite, and even weaken your jawbone. Fortunately, dental implants, offered by your Cedar Falls, IA, periodontist Dr. Shawn Reese, provide an excellent way to restore missing teeth. Read more
  • Do You Have Periodontal Disease?
    Don't let periodontal disease ruin your smile. Call your Cedar Falls, IA, dentist, Dr. Shawn Reese, at (319) 266-3393 to schedule an appointment. Read more
  • FAQs about Laser Therapy
    Find out how laser therapy could improve the health of your smile.  Lasers are being used more and more often for certain dental procedures, so it isn’t too surprising that people Read more
  • FAQs About Dental Implants
    Patients who have missing teeth or major tooth and gum problems often have questions about dental implants. Implants are the modern solution for replacing teeth and are now often preferred Read more
  • Patients on Blood Thinners Require Precautions Before and During Oral Surgery
    The proliferation of drugs to treat all manner of diseases and conditions has heightened concerns not only about general side effects, but also how a particular drug may affect treatments Read more
  • Replacing Missing Back Teeth Is Important - Just Ask Christie Brinkley!
    Supermodel Christie Brinkley has a one-in-a-million smile, but she is just one of millions who have benefited from today's preferred tooth-replacement technique: the dental implant. In a wide-ranging interview, Brinkley Read more
  • 4 Reasons why Quitting Chewing Tobacco is Good for Your Oral Health
    Chewing tobacco is as much a part of our sports culture as the national anthem. What once began as an early 20th Century baseball player method for keeping their mouths Read more
  • Kristin Cavallari's "Spaghetti Catcher" - First Step To A Winning Smile
    Kristin Cavallari's flawless smile has been featured on TV, film and magazine covers. But the 25-year-old actress and reality-show personality didn't always have a perfect set of teeth. In fact, Read more
  • 3 Orthodontic Options for Correcting Bad Bites
    Malocclusions (bad bites) may cause more than an appearance problem — with teeth and jaws not working together properly, you’re at higher risk for dental disease or accelerated tooth wear. Read more

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