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Tooth Stains: Intrinsic Vs. Extrinsic

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Feb12
Are you unhappy with the color of your teeth? Have they lost their shine or become yellow over time? When it comes to tooth discoloration, there are a number of contributing factors to consider. Tooth staining culprits can include one or more of the following: Dark foods and drinks (berries,

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Grand Oaks Dental Care just turned 1!

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Dec07
December 5th, 2017 marks one year since our opening date. To celebrate, we decorated the office and had our patients that day join in the fun! In one year, we have gone from three to eight full-time staff members, and have added two more treatment rooms to serve you better.

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The 2017 mission trip to Jamaica was a huge success!

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Nov01
The 2017 UF College of Dentistry mission trip to Jamaica was a huge success! I was very lucky to go with such a great group of doctors, students and staff. 480 patients seen in 4 hot, humid days! This was my second year in a row going, and I hope

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Four Common Dental Myths

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Jul03
This expert article by Dr. Amir appeared in the June issue of several local magazines.

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Upcoming Dental Appointment Have You Clenching Your Teeth?

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May11
This expert article by Dr. Amir appeared in the April issue of several local magazines.

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Got A Sweet Tooth?

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Mar15
This expert article by Dr. Amir appeared in the February 2017 issue of several local magazines.

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Why Do We Get Cavities Anyway?

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Jan22
By Dr. Simon Amir, D.M.D. Have you ever wondered why we get tooth decay- something that can literally be described as a hole in the head? Cavities are so common that they are just accepted as a way of life. You try to go to the dentist twice a year,

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