Grow your dental practice using AI

Personalized video content can be one way to engage clients and bring new ones into your practice. Arclight Content specializes in Ai assisted content marketing for dentist’s offices looking to grow their online presence.

More personalized dental patient communication using AI content

Dental marketing has evolved with the times as consumers have moved from print to digital, with nearly three out of four people beginning their search for a local dentist online. That means dentists need new and innovative ways to connect with potential patients with personalized video content marketing that puts their practiceon the map. At Arclight we can achieve this for you at a fraction of the price of traditional content production.

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Elevating your content workflow

Produce personalized videos for your business and help you connect with clients
in a personal way that sets you apart from the competition!

Video Blogs and SEO Content

Turn our well written content into customized search engine optimized videos that can be published and shared with potential patients. We will write engaging video content that can help people find you on the search engines and convince them to come see your happy, friendly, professional staff!

Virtual Presentations

We can create virtual presentations for your potential clients or office staff on a range of topics and information. Even increase the value of your products or services with an exciting presentation that will leave your customers excited about what you have to offer!

Promotional Videos

A promotional video is a great way for dentists’ offices to connect market themselves directly to their ideal client base. Using our Ai technology, we will create a promotional video featuring your business.


Increase the value of your products or services with an exciting presentation that will leave your customers excited about what you have to offer!

Educational Content

Implementing a new software or training a new employee? We can create custom learning modules or explainer videos on array of subjects to get your message across clearly and precisely. Your employees need to be well-versed before they can work independently.

On-boarding Videos

Welcome new staff and employees to the team with variable data driven, personalized videos that outline the companies policies and procedures while providing the newcomer with a personalized, branded message from the leadership team.

Ready to be part of an industry transformation?

Schedule a call now to see how Arclight Content can support your business.

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What to Do If Your Child Chips, Cracks, Or Knocks Out A Tooth

A tooth is a small, yet essential part of our body. It not only helps chew food but also protects the soft tissues in our mouth. A tooth can be knocked out or cracked by accident, something that can happen to any child at any time. Even if the injury doesn’t seem serious, it’s important to take action immediately so your child does not experience more problems later on.


The type of emergency you are experiencing will determine what steps need to be taken next:


Chipped teeth – If a child ’s tooth has been chipped, the dentin layer of the tooth may be exposed which can cause some sensitivity. If your child is particularly sensitive to hot or cold foods, you should ask your dentist about specific treatments to help them drink liquids comfortably. After this type of dental injury, it is important to see a dentist as soon as possible so they can ensure that no additional damage was done and place a crown if needed around the affected area.


Cracked teeth – A cracked tooth is not only painful for children but also requires treatment right away. There are several ways that this type of dental injury can happen including biting into something hard like an apple skin or ice etc., accidentally hitting their face another person’s elbow while playing, or opening a soda can too quickly and hitting the roof of their mouth instead. If your child has cracked a tooth, take them to see a dentist as soon as possible and they will likely prescribe antibiotics to avoid infection.


Knocked out teeth – Just like an adult who loses their tooth, it is important to find the tooth as soon as possible after it falls out so that all future treatment options are still available. If you cannot find your child ’s knocked out tooth immediately, saline solution until you can reach the dentist for further treatment. When going to see the dentist after this kind of injury, be sure to bring any other parts of the tooth with you.


Stay Calm- While it’s important to know what to do after a dental emergency, it is equally important to keep your cool. The best thing you can do for your child is remain calm and even if they are in pain or scared, comfort them until you can reach the dentist for assistance.


Timing Is Everything- For chipped teeth, it is important that treatment be started as soon as possible after the injury. After this amount of time has passed, there could be further damage that needs immediate attention resulting in more extensive dental treatment needed. Like with chipped teeth – cracked teeth require treatment within 30 minutes so ask them if they are experiencing any pain if you have difficulty assessing their condition yourself.


There are many ways that a child’s tooth can be damaged or knocked out, and it’s important to know what to do in the event of an emergency. It is always best for your child to visit Dr. Fallago as soon as possible if they have suffered any type of dental injury or trauma- no matter how small it may seem at first glance! While our main priority is ensuring all children are comfortable during their time with us, we also offer treatment plans tailored specifically for kids who need help repairing teeth after something traumatic has happened. Contact Main Street Dental today so you never have to worry about properly dealing with a dental emergency again.

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Professional Teeth Whitening vs. At-Home Teeth Whitening

Teeth whitening of many kinds have become increasingly popular in recent years. Though our teeth are mostly white overall, tooth enamel can be many shades and can become discolored or stained over time. Teeth may be discolored for a variety of reasons—some in your control and others as a result of injury or illness. Today we will discuss the similarities and differences between professional teeth whitening and at home teeth whitening.


What is tooth whitening and why do people want it?


Tooth whitening is the process of removing stains from tooth surfaces. Many foods and beverages—including dark colored juices, coffee, tea, red wine, cola, licorice and berries—contain chromogens that can cause discoloration on the surface of the teeth over time. Add to this years of exposure to ultraviolet light (sunlight) or tobacco smoke and it is no wonder why many people seek ways to improve their smile through teeth whitening.


Teeth are composed primarily of a mineral called hydroxyapatite which has a natural color similar to our bones. However, enamel–the hard outer layer of your tooth–is made up mostly of minerals in crystalline form. This crystalline structure scatters light so that the reflection from your tooth is white. When this crystalline structure is altered, the tooth may become discolored and appear darker. If you experience any of the following conditions, you may benefit from professional or at-home teeth whitening:


– Tobacco use (smoking and chewing tobacco)


– Coffee, tea, red wine, cola, berries and other dark beverages


– Uncontrolled diabetes


– Poor dental hygiene


What Professional Whitening Treatments Are Available?


Today we will discuss two types of professional treatments: in-office bleaching and take home custom trays. In office bleaching — This procedure generally takes about one hour to complete and can be performed with lower concentration of hydrogen peroxide to limit discomfort and sensitivity. The dentist or hygienist applies a bleach to your teeth that penetrates the enamel to lift stains from underneath the surface of the teeth. This will likely need two or more sessions depending on how badly discolored your teeth are initially. When performed correctly by a trained professional, in office treatments have an average 86% satisfaction rate.


Custom trays — Another option is take home trays which are custom fit molds made especially for you. These molds will hold bleaching gel which you apply at home just before bedtime according to instructions for several weeks until your smile becomes sufficiently brightened.


Which Whitening Method Is Right For You?


There some factors you should consider when deciding which method is right for you. For instance, if your teeth are severely discolored or you have a condition such as gum disease or dry mouth that will make it difficult to tolerate the bleaching process, in-office treatments may be more effective.


What can I expect each method to cost?


The cost of professional whitening will depend on the extent of your discoloration, the type of treatment you receive and your dentist’s rate. Typically, in-office treatments range from $200 to over $500 while take home trays can cost around $150 to $300.


What are the benefits of each method?


In-office treatment is the fastest way to brighten your smile, typically requiring just one session or two. There are also minimal side effects and this method may give better results than take home trays for severely stained teeth.


Take home trays tend to be more cost effective while giving good results in most cases. However, they do take time and require you to maintain a strict bleaching schedule so that you get the best results possible.


The whiteness of our teeth is a common concern for many people. We often hear from patients that they want to improve the color and brightness of their smile, but don’t know where to start or what kind of treatment will work best for them. If you’re looking into getting your teeth whitened, it’s important to find out more about different options available so that you can make an informed decision on which method would suit your needs best. Contact Dr Fallago’s Main Street Dental today if you need help with finding the right tooth whitening option!

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