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Dr. Cocco's Blog

Dental Bridge Lifespan & How to Make Them Last

August 9, 2022

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person with a dental bridge smiling

Are you missing two or more consecutive teeth? Though there is a range of tooth replacement options available, dental bridges repair the look and function of your smile by literally bridging the gap between teeth. The dental bridge lifespan depends heavily on how well you can care for your new smile. Read on to learn about a few different factors that impact the longevity of your dental bridge as well as how you can make it last.

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Choosing Between Crowns or Veneers

June 4, 2022

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woman talking to dentist

You can restore your teeth and enhance your appearance no matter whether you choose veneers or crowns. These two treatments can help you obtain your desired results by improving the look and function of your smile. However, when pondering the right solution for your dental needs, there are some factors you must consider. Keep reading as your dentist in Ann Arbor explains the differences between these options so you can make an informed decision.

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Enhance Your Summer Smile with These Cosmetic Dental Treatments

May 16, 2022

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woman smiling after getting cosmetic dental treatments in Ann Arbor

Summer is all about fun and spending time in the sun! You might even plan on attending a special event or traveling, in which case you’ll want to ensure you look your best. While choosing a great outfit can make you look and feel better, so can enhancing your pearly whites. Read on to learn about two cosmetic dental treatments that can improve your smile significantly this summer!

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What Can You Eat and Drink After All-on-4 Surgery?

March 3, 2022

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Fruit smoothies and fresh fruits on a old wooden table

All-On-4 can deliver a full, confident smile with fewer implants compared to traditional implant treatment. But what does recovery from All-on-4 surgery look like? You’ll need to make a few changes to your diet, and you can expect some slight discomfort. Here’s everything you need to know to prepare your refrigerator before you go into surgery.

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The Importance of Oral Cancer Awareness Month

April 23, 2021

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Person circling the words oral cancer

According to The American Cancer Society, over 54,000 new cases of oral cavity or oropharyngeal cancer are diagnosed each year. Fortunately, this condition is largely preventable, and the survival rates increase dramatically with early detection. That’s why Oral Cancer Awareness Month is dedicated to spreading up-to-date, accurate, potentially life-saving information on risk factors, symptoms, prevention tactics, and the importance of routine screenings. Keep reading to learn more about the importance of this campaign!

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How Far Woman in Dentistry Have Come

March 8, 2021

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Female dentist

Did you know that dentistry used to be a very male-dominated field? However, this is slowly changing as time goes on. The first female dentist was licensed back in 1898 in Canada, and boy have things changed over the past 123 years. More and more women are getting involved in the field and there are all sorts of different ways that women in dentistry have helped the field advance to whole new levels. There is no better time to learn about women in dentistry than International Women’s Day!

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4 Ways to Improve Your Child’s Smile During Children’s Dental Health Month

February 3, 2021

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a little girl with a flower clip in her hair smiles at her dentist during a visit

As your child grows, their smile changes. From only needing a damp washcloth to wipe their gums to watching them brush with the help of their favorite song, it takes patience and consistency to ensure their smiles remain healthy and strong. February is National Children’s Dental Health Month, which means dentists throughout the country are raising awareness about the importance of good oral hygiene from an early age. If you want to learn more about what you can do to keep your child’s smile looking and feeling its best year-round, check out these helpful tips.

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3 New Year’s Resolutions for a Healthy Smile

December 7, 2020

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Tiles for New Year’s resolutions.Did you know your oral health directly influences your general health? As you enter 2021, why not make a healthy smile part of your New Year’s resolutions? You can invest in your mouth and body by committing to your dental hygiene during the year ahead. Not sure where to start? Here are 3 resolutions to follow to achieve your oral health goals.

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3 Concerns of At-Risk Patients, Answered

August 27, 2020

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Mature male patient at dental appointmentSeemingly overnight, the transmission of COVID-19 was rampant, and the pandemic became a worldwide concern. To combat the spread of this novel virus, social distancing, self-isolation, face coverings, and extensive hand hygiene were put in place to protect the public against dangerous symptoms. Thanks to infection control measures like these, many patients have made the transition into the “new normal” safely, but those who are most vulnerable are still understandably hesitant. Therefore, a dentist is addressing three common concerns of at-risk patients.

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How is COVID-19 Affecting Your Local Dental Office?

March 23, 2020

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dentist treating a patientMichigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer released a new emergency executive order at the end of March declaring a state of emergency, after two patients tested positive for COVID-19. In it, it states that no business that requires its employees to leave their home will operate, as long as they’re not considered “critical infrastructure workers”. Read on to learn what services and businesses are still open, and whether you can visit your dentist for emergency care if you have an accident while self-isolating. (more…)

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