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How to Find a Knowledgeable Knoxville Family Dentist

Much like general dentistry, family dentistry encompasses preventative care and basic oral health treatments, but for patients of all ages. Finding a family dentist who can treat both you and your children makes dental care easier and stress-free for the entire family. Many times, dental offices can book appointments together on the same day to make it even more convenient. ...
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7 Reasons Dental Veneers Make a Great Smile Investment

As we age, teeth can begin to show signs of wear and tear, causing our smile to look less than dazzling. If your pearly whites have chipped edges or lost their sparkle, you may want to consider revamping their appearance with dental veneers. These porcelain shells are custom-made to fit over the front surface of teeth to conceal a variety ...
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Benefits of Metal-Free Fillings

Even if you maintain good oral hygiene, there’s a good chance you will need a dental filling at some point in your life. Studies have shown that close to 90 percent of people in the U.S. between the ages of 20 and 64 have had at least one cavity repaired. By the time individuals reach the age of 65 or ...
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5 Tips for Teaching Kids to Brush

Preventive dentistry is the key to keeping teeth and gums healthy long into your adult years. This should involve implementing an oral hygiene early on that includes brushing your teeth morning and night, flossing everyday, and visiting the dentist for routine examinations and cleanings biannually. The same goes for your children. While some may think that baby teeth don’t matter ...
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Facial Esthetics Treatments Can Enhance Your Smile and Improve Your Oral Health

Facial esthetics is a relatively new form of treatment that has been recently introduced to the dental industry to help patients enhance their cosmetic dentistry procedures. This form of treatment includes BOTOX® and a range of dermal fillers designed to reduce fine lines and wrinkles around the eyes, nose, and smile, while also highlighting your facial contours. Dr. Jack Haney ...
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5 Signs You May Have Sleep Apnea

Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is a serious condition that not only results in snoring, but causes individuals to stop breathing repeatedly throughout the night. Although it’s natural for your throat muscles to slacken while you sleep, in cases of OSA, the jaw and throat tissues relax too much and block your airway, resulting in difficulty breathing. It is not uncommon ...
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Knoxville Family Dentist Explains At-Home Oral Care

Patients of all ages should have a dental exam and cleaning with Knoxville family dentist Dr. Jack Haney every six months. During this appointment, he will inspect each tooth for signs of tooth decay or damage. He looks at periodontal health and expects to see healthy, pink gums. He examines occlusion before cleaning each tooth. Biannual dental checkups are an ...
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What Does A Smile Makeover with Dr. Haney Entail?

A smile makeover can consist of a single cosmetic procedure or a combination of multiple treatments. The appropriate procedures for you heavily rely on what you find unattractive about your smile. Most patients want a brighter, whiter smile, in which case Knoxville, TN cosmetic dentist Dr. Jack Haney recommends professional teeth whitening treatment. Professional whitening gels contain significantly stronger bleaching ...
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5 Ways Your Smile Can Improve Your Happiness

As one of the most noticeable features of the human body, a smile plays an important role in our happiness and quality of life. It has been known to brighten the appearance, enhance social and professional lives, and even stimulate good health. While some enjoy their smiles more than others, with today’s advancements in cosmetic dentistry, you can achieve a ...
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Everything You Need to Know About Dental Veneers

Patients seek out cosmetic dentistry because they’re unhappy with the overall appearance of their smile. Many times patients opt for professional teeth whitening treatment. However, porcelain veneers have quickly become one of the most commonly asked for cosmetic procedures in the dental field. Knoxville, TN cosmetic dentist Dr. Jack Haney uses dental veneers to correct a wide variety of issues. ...
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Dr. Haney’s Solution for Your Frequent Jaw Pain

Are you suffering from chronic, excruciating migraines? Many times, patients mistake TMJ disorder for overwhelming headaches. Common symptoms for this condition are jaw pain and frequent migraines. Instead of avoiding light and loud noises, Knoxville, TN dentist Dr. Jack Haney recommends TMJ treatment. We use advanced technology to reduce jaw pain felt from stressed or misaligned temporomandibular joints. TMJ disorder ...
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Root Canal Therapy in One Visit

In the past, root canal therapy required multiple visits to the dentist and a painful, lengthy process. Thanks to advanced technology and dental tools, Knoxville, TN dentist Dr. Jack Haney can perform an entire root canal therapy in a single dental visit. Our office uses digital x-rays to provide patients with quicker results. We also incorporate aromatherapy to relax patients ...
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More Than Half of Americans Need Gum Treatment for Periodontal Disease

Periodontal (gum) disease is the leading cause of tooth loss in adults. This oral condition negatively affects one in every two Americans. Gum disease is commonly referred to as the silent disease because symptoms often go unnoticed. The most effective way to identify gum disease is to attend regular dental checkups with Dr. Jack Haney in Knoxville, TN every six ...
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Children’s Dentist in Knoxville Offers Teeth Brushing Tips for Toddlers

Sometimes, it’s easier to do things yourself, such as brushing your toddler’s teeth. But, it’s important to pass the torch on to your child so that he may learn proper brushing techniques. There are plenty of tips and tricks to make teeth brushing enjoyable for toddlers. Knoxville children’s dentist Dr. Jack Haney shares his favorite tips to help parents get ...
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Metal-Free Fillings: Beautiful and Healthy

Bacteria in sugary foods and drinks produce an acid that can begin attacking tooth enamel, the protective layer that keeps bacteria from reaching the tooth root and potentially entering the blood stream. Once this occurs, a dental filling will be required to seal holes (cavities) left from tooth decay. Cavities are extremely common. Dr. Jack Haney uses metal-free fillings to ...
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Dr. Haney Can Treat Hidden Disorders that Commonly Cause Headaches

If chronic headaches are a problem for you, you’ve probably heard all the conventional wisdom: make sure you are well hydrated, get more sleep, take your vitamins, reduce your stress levels, etc. If you’ve followed all this advice to no avail, there may be another hidden cause behind your pain. Knoxville dentist Dr. Jack Haney has helped many patients reduce ...
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Botox for Headache and TMJ Relief

If you suffer from TMJ disorder, you know that jawbone dysfunction can lead to a build-up of tension in your overstimulated facial muscles. This facial and jaw pain can be unpleasant enough on its own, but may also lead to tension headaches, neck pain, and other related symptoms. There are a number of common treatments, but none are a magic ...
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Why Choose A Family Dentist?

Busy moms choose a family dentist because it’s convenient. One benefit is that everyone in the family can schedule their dental appointment on the same day, to avoid multiple trips to the dentist. This allows biannual dental checkups and cleanings to be hassle-free. Knoxville family dentist Dr. Jack Haney sees patients as young as one year old to geriatric patients. ...
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Is There a Family Dentist Near Me in Knoxville?

So you’re on the search for a dentist in the Knoxville area, someone who’ll provide genuinely compassionate care. You want a dentist your kids and husband, perhaps even your parents, will feel comfortable with. You’d prefer an experienced provider who offers a variety of services, because you’ve heard that dentists can treat sleep apnea and jaw pain. Wouldn’t it be ...