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    • 11 FEB 16
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    Now offering: Injectable Facial Fillers!

    Now offering: Injectable Facial Fillers!

    Hayner Dental now offers facial injectable fillers in-office including Botox, Juvederm and Dysport. Juvederm is the first and only FDA-approved filler to last up to one year in the lips with optimal treatment. Learn more here. Dysport is great for fighting frown lines, without giving you “frozen face” you fear. For adults under 65 who want a natural look,

    • 08 JAN 15
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    Restorative Dentistry – Before and After

    Restorative Dentistry – Before and After

    Over a lifetime, this patient has had patch and fill work. That means he just fixed it as needed –  filling on top of filling on the same tooth. He needed a lot of restorative dentistry work to transform his smile. As you can see, there was a lot of gross decay. He finally realized he

    • 14 MAY 13
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    What to Expect from Teeth Whitening

    Decided to have your teeth whitened? The first step is to be sure that your expectations are realistic. It’s important not to expect a celebrity-bright smile, as everyone’s teeth react differently to the peroxide. If you want quicker whitening results, it’s usually  best to come in for an in-office whitening procedure. These procedures are considered

    • 30 NOV 12
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    Gift Yourself a Smile Makeover for the Holidays!

    Embarrassed by your smile? Self-conscious about your teeth? – Learn more about #SmileMakeovers What is a Smile Makeover? A smile makeover helps improve your current smile by one or more cosmetic procedures, such as teeth whitening, white fillings, Lumineers, veneers, bridges, crowns and/or dental caps. A smile makeover can improve your overall look quickly and

    • 07 SEP 12
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    What is Cosmetic Dentistry and is it right for me?

    What is Cosmetic Dentistry? Cosmetic dentistry improves the appearance of a patient’s teeth, gums and smile, and cosmetic dentists are held in the highest regard for their extensive training, education and experience in improving the esthetics of one’s oral appearance. Cosmetic  dentistry is different from general or restorative dentistry in that a patient chooses to