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What Happens During a Routine Dental Cleaning?

If you have not had a professional teeth cleaning in a while, you may have forgotten what to expect during this type of visit.  Seeing your dentist consistently for cleanings and evaluations of the mouth is an essential aspect of maintaining good oral health.  At Serene Smiles, our goal is to make all of our
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Invisalign – Clear Braces in Westernville, Gahanna or New Albany

CLEAR BRACES How Can I Straighten My Teeth without Metal in My Mouth? One of the biggest concerns that we hear from our Westerville patients about the prospect of orthodontic treatment to straighten the teeth is the unsightly appearance of metal brackets and wires.  Many people are looking for a teeth-straightening option that is less
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What Makes a Good Dental Office: Things to Look For

If you are new to the Westerville, OH, area, one of the items on your long to do list may be finding a dentist for your family.  But how do you find a great one?  As you consider the dental offices in your local region, you can use this list as a guide of important
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How to Find Who Is a Good Dentist in Ohio

If you are new to the Westerville area, you may be searching for a good dentist.  Or perhaps you are not new, but you haven’t yet found the right place for your family’s dental needs.  Finding a great dentist can take some time.  Here are some tips to help you in your search. Read Online
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Is It Safe to Go to the Dentist during COVID-19?

Many people are feeling anxiety over all of the unknowns and uncertainties associated with the current coronavirus pandemic.  The news is full of conflicting information, and it can be difficult to know how you can keep yourself and your loved ones safe.  Our last blog focused on how we at Serene Smiles are safely providing
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I Have Dentures: Do I Still Have to Go to the Dentist?

Many people who wear traditional dentures assume that having no teeth means that they no longer have to see a dentist.  Unfortunately, this can be a dangerous myth. Dental visits are still important for multiple reasons.  The truth is that your dentist is able to intercept problems that have nothing to do with the teeth.  This
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