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Daniel G. Kline DDS - Chandler Dentist

(480) 899-5240

2470 West Ray Road Suite 1, Chandler, AZ 85224

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When Teeth Turn Black

Posted by Editor in , , , on August 21, 2017

A “dead tooth” can have a dark hue, but tooth decay can also cause this unsightly phenomenon. Heavy tobacco use, Read More »

Types of Dental Phobias

Posted by Editor in , on August 13, 2017

Seeing any type of doctor can be intimidating and a little nerve-wracking if you don’t know what to expect. Setting Read More »

Analyzing Delaware’s New Legislative Plan

Posted by Editor in on August 5, 2017

In Delaware, new legislation is in the works allowing patients to access care more readily. However, there’s a catch: Bill Read More »

How Often Should I See the Dentist?

Posted by Editor in on August 1, 2017

  Most people guess once per year, and that’s a pretty fair estimate—however, every patient is different. How often you Read More »

How Can I Make My Teeth Look Whiter?

Posted by Editor in , , , , on July 23, 2017

  Many a dentist has had a patient bring in a photo of a celebrity and say, “I want teeth Read More »

Fast Fluoride Facts

Posted by Editor in , on July 18, 2017

  On the fence about fluoride treatments? Consider these fast facts from the American Dental Association (ADA), who says fluoridation Read More »

Have You Heard of Gingival Enlargement?

Posted by Editor in , on July 8, 2017

  Also dubbed gingival hyperplasia, this is a rare dental condition that increases the gums (gingiva) and often linked to Read More »

Why Summer Wreaks Havoc on Teeth

Posted by Editor in , , on June 29, 2017

  Summertime, and the living is easy—in fact, a lot of us take it too easy. Then we take it Read More »

Why We Find Un-Smiling Men So Attractive

Posted by Editor in on June 25, 2017

Numerous studies have shown that men who smile aren’t considered as attractive as those who keep a neutral expression. One Read More »

Gap-Toothed Madness

Posted by Editor in , , on June 12, 2017

The dental term for a gap in the teeth is “diastema,” and although it can happen between any teeth, it’s Read More »