Tax season is upon us, but do not despair! Check out Amber Hills Dental's blog post to learn which dental expenses qualify as deductible on your taxes.
Check out Amber Hills Dental's blog post for dental-related stocking stuffers that will keep your loved one's smile merry and bright this holiday season!
Read Amber Hills Dental's blog post to discover the difference between plaque & tartar. Schedule your cleaning today to remove any plaque & tartar buildup!
Read Amber Hills Dental's blog to learn about how the American Tooth Fairy tradition began. We also reveal how much the Tooth Fairy pays per tooth nowadays!
Read Amber Hills Dental's blog for tips to handle common emergencies, like a knocked-out tooth. If you have a dental emergency, call us at (702) 943-0900!
Happy New Year from our team at Amber Hills Dental. We are honored to serve you in 2018 with our innovative and caring dental practice. Did you make your resolutions for 2018 yet?
It’s December! How many times have you watched the movie Elf this month? It’s become a family tradition for so many. The popularity of the movie probably is due to the fact that we all can or want to identify with Buddy The Elf. He acts like a kid, and both kids and adults secretly envy his lack of inhibitions, snowball throwing ability, and diet.
At Amber Hills Dental, we make it our priority to help you maintain optimal dental health. During our cleaning and checkup appointments, we ensure you’re on the right track to maintaining a healthy mouth and teeth.
Amber Hills Dental loves children. Fall is such a fun month to be around kids. The costumes, tricks and treats provide so much joy to all those around. Fall is also a great time to enjoy the changing of the leaves. The fall colors provide a beautiful backdrop to the fall festivals, apple bobbing and trick-or-treating.
Unless you’ve experienced a loss of a tooth or a congenitally missing tooth, you may have never heard of dental implants before. Due to the fact that implants have a totally natural appearance, most people don’t even know that someone has one in their mouth.