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Insurance Quick Tips

Feb 19 2013

Navigating through your insurance policy is often a cumbersome and confusing task. The front desk has a few tips to help keep patients  from  incurring unexpected dental expenses. Be sure to read your policy thoroughly.  Look for clauses, waiting periods and special considerations that may prevent your policy from paying for a service.  Most policies have a deductible and maximum each year. Make sure you know your deductible and maximum payout, and keep track of  how much the insurance pays at each visit.


Combating Sensitive Teeth

Feb 12 2013

Jamie Brewer, RDH. People with sensitive teeth describe a sharp pain or tingling while they do things such as brush their teeth, consume hot or cold foods and drinks, eat acidic foods or even simply from breathing in cold air. This sensitivity occurs when the tooth's underlying layer of dentin becomes exposed by loss of enamel or receding gum tissue, which is the roots protective covering. Once dentin is exposed thousands of tiny canals that lead to the nerve can allow stimuli to reach the tooth's nerve resulting in pain.


Caring For Your Child's Teeth

Feb 05 2013
  • Your child should visit a dentist by their 1st birthday.
  • Parents should be involved in brushing and flossing until a child is 12 years old.
  • Brushing and flossing in front of your kids helps to set a good example.
  • Once 2 teeth touch each other, it's time to start flossing.
  • Before your child gets his/her 1st tooth you should wipe their tongue, gums and cheeks at least once a day with a clean, damp washcloth wrapped around your finger.


    Our Dentist in Auburn Maine Brighten Your Smile

    Jan 30 2013

    Our dentist in Auburn Maine can help you to enjoy a whiter, brighter smile with ease. At Center Street Dental, we understand that most local residents visit our office for the oral health services we provide, but they also want to keep their teeth looking great for years to come. Many would love to improve the look of their smile through cosmetic dental services too. As a full-service dental office, we can provide you with a wide range of services that can improve the look of your smile.


    Let Us Care For Your Auburn Family Dental Needs

    Jan 29 2013

    Keeping up with your oral health is important throughout every stage of your life. Center Street Dental offers Auburn family dental services for your entire family. Whether you need emergency care or you are just looking for a dental clinic to service all of your dental needs, we would be happy to assist you. We have a professional team of dentists, dental assistants and hygienists to help make your experience enjoyable and pain-free.


    Visit Your Auburn Dentist

    Jan 28 2013

    Many residents in the Auburn and Lewiston area lead busy, active lives. You may spend your days working at your job and enjoying the companionship of friends and family. You may also love to spend time enjoying Maine’s beautiful natural areas, shopping at local stores or participating in other activities that you find enjoyable. With so many activities to keep your hours filled each day, it is understandable why you may be putting off the important task of scheduling an appointment for your regular dental exam.


    Signs That It’s Time to Receive Auburn Dentistry Services

    Jan 27 2013

    Many local residents in Auburn and Lewiston know that they should visit their dentist approximately every six months. However, there are many different reasons why you should visit your dentist sooner. Even if you just recently visited Center Street Dental for general Auburn dentistry services, you may need to schedule another appointment. In fact, here are some of the top signs that you need to schedule an appointment with our office today.


    Visit Your Dentist in Auburn

    Jan 26 2013

    It is an unfortunate but true fact that some local residents have had a bad experience at the dentist at some point in their lives. Even those who have not had a bad experience may not enjoy visiting the dentist for various reasons. For some, the taste of a fluoride treatment may be unpleasant, or the sound of various dental instruments may be unnerving for others. While these and are common complaints about visiting the dentist, the fact is that you should make an appointment and visit a dentist in Auburn today for a few different reasons.


    Our Auburn Dental Practice Uses Advanced Technology

    Jan 25 2013

    In many fields, technological advances and innovations have transformed the way business is conducted. The dental industry has also benefited with innovative advances in technology. Center Street Dental is an Auburn dental center that strives to provide patients with the most advanced diagnostic and treatment options available. In fact, here are just a few of the many ways that we use advanced technology in our dental office.


    Find Your Dentist in Auburn Here

    Jan 24 2013

    Auburn may be a relatively small town, but there are several dental offices located in the Auburn and Lewiston areas that you can choose to visit. You may be new to the area, or you may be looking at your options for a new dentist. While there are several dental offices that you could visit, there are a few key reasons why Center Street Dental dentist in Auburn would be a good choice for your dental care.


    How Advanced Dentistry in Auburn Maine Can Improve Your Self-Confidence

    Jan 23 2013

    There is a common saying that states, “beauty is only skin deep.” While this cliché may be true in some regards, the fact is that how you look on the outside plays a major role in how you feel on the inside. Everyone has different “problem areas” that they are unhappy with about their appearance, but a person’s smile is among the most common areas that people would like to improve. Your smile may be one of the first things that other people notice about you, and others may intently focus on your mouth while you speak.


    Dry Mouth Mysteries

    Jan 15 2013

    Xerostomia (Dry mouth) occurs when your body can't produce enough saliva. There are several symptoms that may indicate dry mouth such as bad breath, sticky or dry feeling in the mouth, difficultly eating and swallowing and fast plaque and tarter build up. Additionally, certain health conditions often contribute to dry mouth such as diabetes, HIV, AIDS and Parkinson’s disease. There are also certain medications and therapies that can reduce salivary flow and production leading to dry mouth. It is important not to ignore dry mouth symptoms.



    Oct 25 2012

    It is that spooky time of year again and we want to remind you that we are once again holding our 2nd annual Halloween Candy Buy Back! All are welcome to join us on November 1st at Center Street Dental 5 – 7 pm for an evening of candy collection, dental education, and cavity prevention. How it all works: for every pound of candy your child brings in they get $1.00 and their school gets $.50. All the candy will be donated to our troops! We need your help spreading the word!


    Teeth Whitening 101

    Sep 05 2012

    Teeth may lose their luster over time due to staining caused by buy not limited to coffee, tea, soda and red wine. In the past, whitening was a long process often consisting of bleaching at home and waiting multiple weeks to see results. Now using our new instant in-office whitening system we can brighten your smile in a flash. This system uses a bleaching gel that is activated by light and gives patients instant results. It takes about an hour, and you will leave the office with a more confident smile.


    Sealants Arn't Just for Kids!

    Jul 31 2012

    Do you know about sealants? Sealants are a safe, cost effective shield to help prevent your teeth from decay. Sealants are a white or clear, thin plastic-like coating that is bonded to the chewing surfaces of molars and premolars. They serve as a shield by preventing food particles and acids from finding their way into the small crevices where decay typically starts. It is never too late to apply sealants, as long as the teeth are free of decay and fillings.



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