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What Happens if Your Don’t Treat Your Sleep Apnea?

February 23, 2021

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Woman with sleep apnea

When most people think about sleep apnea, they imagine snoring and difficulty breathing throughout the night. Fatigue throughout the day is also a result of this issue. However, if you leave sleep apnea untreated, you could end up with other serious issues throughout the body. Continue reading to learn more from your dentist about the dangers that sleep apnea in Danville can cause you to experience if you leave it untreated.


Four Reasons Why Traditional Braces Might Be Better for You

January 21, 2021

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diagram of traditional braces in danville

Every year, millions of people in America choose to undergo treatment for straighter teeth. The idea of wires and brackets isn’t necessarily the most exciting one, and this is the reason a lot of people decide to go with clear aligners as an option. While they have helped many, there are some who are actually better suited for traditional braces. Keep reading to learn the four reasons why your Danville orthodontist might suggest them as a better option for you.


5 Myths About Dental Implants, Busted!

December 30, 2020

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Happy friends smiling and holding hands

Today, dental implants are a state-of-the-art, high-quality, extremely effective solution to tooth loss. In fact, according to the American Academy of Implant Dentistry, roughly 500,000 are placed annually! Despite its popularity, there is still an alarming amount of misinformation out there. To set the record straight, here are five common dental implant myths, busted!


Toys for Tots 2020

December 15, 2020

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The doctors and staff of Danville Dental Associates and Collinsville Dental Associates presented nine boxes of gifts for the annual Toys for Tots program. 


10th Annual Give Thanks For Smiles

November 18, 2020

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The Danville Dental Associates 10th Annual “Give Thanks for Smiles” benefit fundraiser took place on November 7th and November 14th, 2020.  Dental services, such as fillings, extractions, and cleanings were provided for a fee of $50 for each procedure.  Danville Dental Associates donates all materials and supplies needed for the procedures.  All of the proceeds received were donated to God’s Storehouse.


6 Facts You Didn’t Know About Your Teeth

November 2, 2020

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Man smiling

You use your teeth every day. You need them to eat, speak, and smile. Going without them would make it challenging to do any of those things. However, you probably don’t think about them all that often. Dental care has advanced a lot throughout the past century, and we have learned a lot about teeth that we didn’t know before. Continue reading to learn some interesting things about your teeth from your dentist in Danville.


5 Qualities That Make a Good Dental Implant Candidate

October 22, 2020

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a person checking off traits that make a good candidate for dental implants in Danville

Dental implants in Danville are one of the most popular restorative treatments among patients because they have countless unique benefits to offer, including acting and feeling like your natural teeth. Whether you’re missing one or all of your teeth, this advanced procedure has the ability to give you back your confidence and enhance your daily quality of life by replacing the entire structure of missing teeth, including the roots! Read on to learn five qualities that could indicate that you’re a good candidate for dental implants.


7 Tips for Making the Most Out of Your Dental Insurance Plan

September 9, 2020

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Closeup of dental insurance paperwork on clipboard

You pay for it every month and you know it’s important, but do you understand how your dental insurance works? Many patients don’t, and as a result, end up avoiding, delaying, or overpaying for their dental work. While your dental insurance policy may seem complicated and confusing at first, there are a few basic tips to keep in mind that can help you understand how it works. Read on as your Danville dentist shares seven practical ways to make the most out of your dental insurance plan.


Dentistry and COVID-19: 4 Important Reasons Not to Delay Your Visit

August 21, 2020

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Dentist wearing PPE while talking to patient

Since the onset of COVID-19, our lives have been completely re-designed in the name of infection control. Fortunately, safety and sanitation measures like face coverings and social distancing have made the transition into our “new normal” possible. Nevertheless, many patients are continuing to postpone their routine dental visits since there currently isn’t a cure or vaccine available. However, this can negatively impact your oral and overall health. Therefore, a dentist in Danville is sharing four reasons not to delay your bi-yearly appointment during COVID-19.


Danville Dental Associates Show Appreciation of SOVAH Health

August 13, 2020

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Danville Dental Associates appreciating SOVAH Health

The doctors and staff of Danville Dental Associates recently showed their appreciation for the tireless work of SOVAH Health – Danville’s “Superheroes,” the front-line healthcare workers that have been caring for patients throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, by handing out breakfast to 500 of its employees.  “We at Danville Dental Associates are incredibly appreciative of those who have been on the frontline dealing with the worst of this pandemic.” said our newest associate, Dr. Morgan Williams.  “A single meal does not even begin to express our gratitude, but we hope that we were able to brighten the day of everyone that stopped by.  We are honored to be a part of this community and are so thankful for all of it’s heroes.”

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