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(480) 899-52402470 West Ray Road Suite 1, Chandler, AZ 85224

Daniel G. Kline DDS - Chandler Dentist

(480) 899-5240

2470 West Ray Road Suite 1, Chandler, AZ 85224

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Hair Growing in the Mouth?

Posted by Editor in , , on December 2, 2017

It might sound like something out of a sci-fi book, but tongues can technically grow hair. It’s usually black, and Read More »

Do I Really Need to Floss?

Posted by Editor in , , on November 15, 2017

  Flossing doesn’t give us the same instant feeling of gratification that brushing does. We instantly feel cleaner, fresher and Read More »

Three Rare Dental Conditions

Posted by Editor in , on October 31, 2017

  Just like any other part of the body, the mouth (and specifically the teeth) can present some rare and Read More »

Tooth Anatomy 101

Posted by Editor in on October 20, 2017

  Most patients have heard about enamel. It’s the outermost layer of the tooth, and although it’s very durable it Read More »

Should You Brush Your Tongue?

Posted by Editor in , on October 13, 2017

Whether you’ve heard about tongue brushing or tongue scraping, it’s an often overlooked part of oral hygiene. In fact, your Read More »

The First Dental Implant

Posted by Editor in on October 4, 2017

Today’s dental implants are extremely advanced and high tech, giving patients teeth that look, feel and act just like their Read More »

Take Oral Health to Heart

Posted by Editor in , on October 1, 2017

Can poor oral hygiene increase your risk of heart disease? Research points to yes! An increasing number of studies have Read More »

Tips for Preventing Plaque Buildup

Posted by Editor in , on September 20, 2017

You can’t escape tooth plaque entirely, but you can take steps to minimize it. The basics, like brushing at least Read More »

The Truth About Orthodontics

Posted by Editor in on September 1, 2017

Although orthodontics might be a great solution for patients of any age, adolescents and teens are the best candidates because Read More »

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 »