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What Is Periodontal Disease, And How Do I Know If I Have It?

Gum disease, also known as periodontal disease, is very common in the U.S. In fact, it’s estimated that about 47% of all Americans suffer from some form of periodontal disease. Because of this, you may be wondering exactly what gum disease is, and how you can know if you suffer from periodontal disease. In this
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Sleep Apnea – It’s More Than a Snore!

If you or a loved one snores loudly, there’s a chance that it’s more than just an annoying habit. In fact, it’s possible that it could be sleep apnea. Sleep apnea is often very hard to diagnose, as it can’t be identified in a typical doctor’s visit. It’s estimated that around 75% of severe sleep
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3 Common Myths About Dental Implants

3 Common Myths and Misconceptions About Dental Implants If you’ve suffered a tooth loss due to injury or decay, dental implants are a great way to get your smile back. This procedure is a permanent, durable treatment to restore lost or severely damaged teeth. Using a two-part post and crown implantation method, dental implants offer
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Gum Disease Affects More Than Just Your Mouth

Many people in American neglect their oral health. It’s estimated that up to half of all Americans have some form of periodontal disease, and are failing to treat it correctly. This can lead to a variety of systemic health issues. Beginning with the mouth From minor gingivitis to severe periodontitis, any level of gum disease
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“I see you’re stressed…” What dentists find during simple exams.

Stress manifests itself in many ways, and dentists are among the many professionals who can tell when you’re feeling overwhelmed. A routine examination can be enough for Dr. Jaclyn Haendel of Sol Dental to find symptoms of stress, including mouth sores, gum disease, orofacial pain, bruxism and temporomandibular disorders (TMD). It’s through these regular check
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Gluten Free at the Dentist?

Is it Possible to Be Gluten Free At The Dentist? The Answer May Surprise You!     If you have a gluten intolerance such as celiac disease, going to the dentist regularly is absolutely critical to maintaining a healthy mouth. However, some patients who suffer from serious celiac disease don’t see the dentist as often
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Our Brand New Website!

Great folks of Tempe, lend us your screens… We felt our last website just did not do our beautiful office, friendly team, and experienced doctor justice so we went ahead and got a new one. Introducing the new and improved Sol Dental Website! Browse through our services to learn more about the great treatments you
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“Trust and Compassion is at the Heart of our Community”

Every patient deserves to experience their highest level of oral health in an environment built on trust, integrity and compassion.

-Dr. Haendel