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Dr-Shayegan

Dr. Shayegan is an experienced and compassionate dentist who offers comprehensive, high quality gentle dental care in his state-of-the-art practice.

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Early Signs Of Oral Cancer
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Early Signs Of Oral Cancer

There are over 300,000 cases of oral and lip cancer worldwide. Oral cancer, also known as mouth cancer, develops in the mouth’s tissues (oral cavity). Men are

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The Importance of Gum Health
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The Importance of Gum Health

Do you regularly go to the dentist? Probably not as often as you should. Most people visit the dentist to have their teeth cleaned or whitened.

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At Home Teeth Whitening
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At Home Teeth Whitening

Teeth whitening, also known as teeth bleaching, is an increasingly popular and prevalent dental procedure that takes an important place in cosmetic dentistry. With time, adult

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8 Tips for a Healthy Mouth
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8 Tips for a Healthy Mouth

Our practice understands how much you want to care for your overall health. This also includes your teeth! Bad eating habits and poor oral hygiene can

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Lower Your Risk of Oral Cancer
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Lower Your Risk of Oral Cancer

It is estimated that there are 50,000 new cases of oral cancer diagnosed every year within the United States. As dentists, we believe that raising awareness

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What is Tongue-Tie
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What is Tongue-Tie?

If you look under your tongue in the mirror, you’ll notice a small piece of tissue that connects your tongue to the bottom of your mouth–the

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Is a crown really necessary
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Is a crown really necessary?

Crowns are the most common dental restoration and are often recommended in dentistry. Crowns are the ideal solution to many dental problems and they can extend

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Help! I broke my tooth
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Help! I broke my tooth

Teeth are exceptionally strong but can still fracture, chip, or break. Tooth injuries can happen by being hit in the face or mouth, falling, or biting

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