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At Nelson Dentistry, we are proud to offer a unique dental payment program that few dental offices in Missoula can offer. 

What Is Our Nelson Dentistry Savings Plan?

Our Nelson Dentistry Savings Plan allows patients to save up for comprehensive exams and dental procedures every year. We offer discounts so that patients can continue to save money and enjoy fantastic value. 

Our Savings Plan allows our Missoula patients to pre-pay for necessary preventive services without having to depend on insurance approval or determining what their benefits genuinely are. This will enable patients to take control of their own treatment and not worry about pre-approvals. 

With our 10 percent off restorative and cosmetic dental treatments, plan members can enjoy saving money and getting the dental health they need. 

While this Savings Plan is not dental insurance, it allows patients who do not have dental insurance to still receive the care they need. Dental procedures should be paid in full before they start, and we are happy to work with insurance providers, CareCredit, and our own Nelson Dentistry Savings Plan. We also accept most major credit cards and cash payments. 

Insurance

In addition to our dental savings plan, Nelson dentistry also accepts most dental insurances. Our Missoula staff is always happy to verify your insurance ourselves and submit claims on your behalf so that you can avoid a headache. We can also bill your insurance their estimated portion of treatment costs before we do treatment, so you only have to pay your co-pay upfront.

At Nelson Dentistry, we don't want patients to forego necessary oral health treatments due to financial concerns. Without regular preventive procedures, it is easy for patients to pick up tooth decay, infection, and more. Through routine visits with Dr. Jonathan Nelson, we can keep your teeth and gums strong and healthy.

Call for Your Next Dental Cleaning and Exam

Give us a call today to schedule your next dental cleaning—ask our friendly dental team about our Savings Plan and how it can benefit you and your family. Together, we can keep you healthy and avoid dental emergencies. 

It depends. But typically right away if you'd like. Let's break down the details though:

  • Routine Cleaning:  You're in the clear to eat right away.  However, if you needed fluoride varnish, then stay away from hot liquids for the next half hour (sorry coffee drinkers!).Male Dental Patient | Dr. Jonathan Nelson
  • Gum Therapy:  You might have needed to get numb for this, be really careful to not bite your lip, cheeks, or tongue!
  • Tooth-Colored Composite Filling:  We use a special "flashlight" to cure the composite as hard as it's going to get, so you're safe to use it like regular.
  • Silver-Colored Amalgam Filling:  These take time to harden completely.  When you leave they are pretty hard, but you should still "baby" them with soft foods for the next 24 hours.
  • Temporary Crowns:  These are... well... temporary.  So they're not meant to be as rugged as the permanent crown.  This means that they come off easier (which is good for when we want to replace them with the permanent) and they're not as strong.  So extra care must be given to avoid sticky and hard foods.
  • Permanent Crowns:  These are tough and pretty, the only thing to remember is that the cement usually needs some time to completely set.  Avoid sticky foods for the rest of the day.

Dental Services in Missoula MT

Give our team a call today to get to know our friendly dental team, and book a cleaning, exam, or consultation! We are currently accepting new patients. 

 

 

 

 

 

Family Dental Patients | Nelson DentistryAt this time I am unable to open the office on the weekends. HOWEVER, I know how tough it can be finding the time around work, school, and the kids.  So I have extended our business hours to allow hard-working patients to be seen before or after work.  I even offset our lunch break to help patients have the option to be seen during their lunchtime!  And while most dental offices are closed on Fridays, we're open.  So odds are we have something that can work for you.  

Flexible Dentist in Missoula

And if you're at work now, multitasking and don't have time for a phone call, click on our widget in the lower right to "chat" (if we're in the office) or leave a message.  You can also send us an email through our "Contact" page.  We're pretty good at responding quickly.  And of course, our phone number is at the top of this page!

 

 

As a general dentist I do not, by default, have a specialty.  However, there are some dental proceduresDental Patient | Filling | Nelson Dentistry that I have worked extra hard to become very proficient at in addition to routine dental work.  I have taken advanced training with world renown instructors in cosmetic dentistry, occlusion (how your teeth bite and function together), and composite (tooth-colored filling material) artistry using advanced layering techniques.  My goal is to provide my patients with restorative dental work that appears indistinguishable to natural teeth, to not only the patient but to other dentists.  It's actually not too hard to make something that looks white and roughly the same shape as a tooth, but the artistic challenge to recreate natural beauty is very rewarding.

Dental Specialties 

As an FYI there are nine recognized specialties by the American Dental Association (ADA):

Dental Public Health, Endodontics, Oral and Maxillofacial Pathology, Oral and Maxillofacial Radiology, Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopedics, Pediatric Dentistry, Periodontics, and Prosthodontics.

Nearly all of these specialties require additional schooling above and beyond dental school.  Some even require a residency.  Perhaps the most intensive training is for Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery where the specialist goes through dental school, medical school, and also a residency--that's a lot of schooling!

 

 

I recommend that your baby be first seen by a dentist when their teeth first appear or by their first birthday.  The first teeth that usually appear are the bottom front teeth at around six months. I like to seem them at this early age to catch any growth and development problems, catch cavities, make sure you know (especially if it's your first baby) how to clean the teeth, and to help the baby become accustomed to the dental office.  

First Visit to the DentistBaby at the Dentist | Dr. Jonathan Nelson

Nearly all babies and kids are a little scared to be in a new and unique environment and be laid back, and indeed most of them cry.  But it's not because they're hurt, it's just because it's new.  Typically the earlier and more consistent your kiddo is experiencing the routine of a dental visit the sooner they become accustomed to it, and it stops being scary.  It's not uncommon for children who don't start seeing the dentist when their first teeth come in to finally come in when a tooth hurts. At which the tooth usually hurts from a big cavity.  And if one tooth has a big cavity, usually there are several other cavities. This sets them up for a bad dental experience and they will often need to be treated by a specialist, possibly under sedation.

Kid's Dentist in Missoula 

One of the worst things you can do for your baby is to let them go to sleep with a bottle of milk or juice (even diluted).  This leads to getting a lot of cavities, possibly needing to have the teeth pulled if it's bad enough.  If your baby can't seem to sleep without a bottle, try using warm water, or feed them before putting them to bed.  It's even better to let them fall asleep with the bottle and take it away then to leave it with them all night or for the nap.  

Give our team a call today to schedule your child's first dental check-up!

Comprehensive Dental Exams

Dental Teeth Image | Dr. Jonathan NelsonPhotography is one of my hobbies, so yes, I love taking pictures of your teeth to show you exactly what I see!  I take high-resolution photographs of all new patient's teeth.  It's funny how little people know about something they use so much--something that's attached to them none-the-less.  It's very rewarding for me to show a picture to a patient that allows them to understand their health so much better.  

Smile Makeovers in Missoula

This also helps you feel much more confident about getting the work done that you need since you can see the problem I'm talking about. It's not just me telling you of something complicated and abstract, it is us looking at the problem together to find the right solution for you. Often times there is "more than one way to skin a cat" and allowing you to see the issues helps you confidently make the right decision.

 

 

I recommend that your baby be first seen by a dentist when their teeth first appear or by their first birthday.  The first teeth that usually appear are the bottom front teeth at around six months. I like to seem them at this early age to catch any growth and development problems, catch cavities, make sure you know (especially if it's your first baby) how to clean the teeth, and to help the baby become accustomed to the dental office.  

First Visit to the DentistBaby at the Dentist | Dr. Jonathan Nelson

Nearly all babies and kids are a little scared to be in a new and unique environment and be laid back, and indeed most of them cry.  But it's not because they're hurt, it's just because it's new.  Typically the earlier and more consistent your kiddo is experiencing the routine of a dental visit the sooner they become accustomed to it, and it stops being scary.  It's not uncommon for children who don't start seeing the dentist when their first teeth come in to finally come in when a tooth hurts. At which the tooth usually hurts from a big cavity.  And if one tooth has a big cavity, usually there are several other cavities. This sets them up for a bad dental experience and they will often need to be treated by a specialist, possibly under sedation.

Kid's Dentist in Missoula 

One of the worst things you can do for your baby is to let them go to sleep with a bottle of milk or juice (even diluted).  This leads to getting a lot of cavities, possibly needing to have the teeth pulled if it's bad enough.  If your baby can't seem to sleep without a bottle, try using warm water, or feed them before putting them to bed.  It's even better to let them fall asleep with the bottle and take it away then to leave it with them all night or for the nap.  

Give our team a call today to schedule your child's first dental check-up!

Fillings

Dental Fillings | Nelson Dentistry Amalgam, or silver colored fillings, contain mercury; which has been a point of contention and lead to many controversial debates.  While large quantities of elemental mercury are certainly bad for you, the amount in fillings is not.  As with many things in life, we must weight the "pros" vs. the "cons."  Amalgam has been one of the longest used filling materials of all time with great clinical success.  And for all those decades there has been no solid evidence of mercury poisoning from amalgam fillings.  

Mercury in Fillings

This is largely due to the fact that the mercury is amalgamated (mixed) with the other components to form a solid and stable chemical bond that renders the mercury inert.  At this point, no traceable amount of mercury is able to chemically interact with your body. So not only has amalgam proven to be safe over the years, but I (Dr. Nelson) also have amalgam fillings in my own teeth!  Not only that, but the American Dental Association supports it's use (click here for information for dentists and here for information for patients).

That being said there are two times where there is a minor risk for mercury exposure:  as the filling is being placed and hardening (finishing the reaction that sets the filling up) and when these fillings need to be removed (small amounts of vapor).  Fortunately, these are easily avoided by the use of a rubber dam.  A rubber dam allows for isolation of the teeth from the rest of the mouth and makes it easy to clear away any excess amalgam during placement or removal.

Dental Cleanings in Missoula

But that still doesn't answer the question!  The answer is yes, we offer composite (tooth colored) and gold (also called "inlays" instead of "fillings") fillings that have no mercury in them.  I believe that amalgam and composite both have their indications in different situations, and I love having these different "tools" in my metaphorical toolbox to help me provide the best treatment for my patients.  So don't hesitate to ask me about which option is best for you.

It depends. But typically right away if you'd like. Let's break down the details though:

  • Routine Cleaning:  You're in the clear to eat right away.  However, if you needed fluoride varnish, then stay away from hot liquids for the next half hour (sorry coffee drinkers!).Male Dental Patient | Dr. Jonathan Nelson
  • Gum Therapy:  You might have needed to get numb for this, be really careful to not bite your lip, cheeks, or tongue!
  • Tooth-Colored Composite Filling:  We use a special "flashlight" to cure the composite as hard as it's going to get, so you're safe to use it like regular.
  • Silver-Colored Amalgam Filling:  These take time to harden completely.  When you leave they are pretty hard, but you should still "baby" them with soft foods for the next 24 hours.
  • Temporary Crowns:  These are... well... temporary.  So they're not meant to be as rugged as the permanent crown.  This means that they come off easier (which is good for when we want to replace them with the permanent) and they're not as strong.  So extra care must be given to avoid sticky and hard foods.
  • Permanent Crowns:  These are tough and pretty, the only thing to remember is that the cement usually needs some time to completely set.  Avoid sticky foods for the rest of the day.

Dental Services in Missoula MT

Give our team a call today to get to know our friendly dental team, and book a cleaning, exam, or consultation! We are currently accepting new patients. 

 

 

 

 

 

As a general dentist I do not, by default, have a specialty.  However, there are some dental proceduresDental Patient | Filling | Nelson Dentistry that I have worked extra hard to become very proficient at in addition to routine dental work.  I have taken advanced training with world renown instructors in cosmetic dentistry, occlusion (how your teeth bite and function together), and composite (tooth-colored filling material) artistry using advanced layering techniques.  My goal is to provide my patients with restorative dental work that appears indistinguishable to natural teeth, to not only the patient but to other dentists.  It's actually not too hard to make something that looks white and roughly the same shape as a tooth, but the artistic challenge to recreate natural beauty is very rewarding.

Dental Specialties 

As an FYI there are nine recognized specialties by the American Dental Association (ADA):

Dental Public Health, Endodontics, Oral and Maxillofacial Pathology, Oral and Maxillofacial Radiology, Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopedics, Pediatric Dentistry, Periodontics, and Prosthodontics.

Nearly all of these specialties require additional schooling above and beyond dental school.  Some even require a residency.  Perhaps the most intensive training is for Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery where the specialist goes through dental school, medical school, and also a residency--that's a lot of schooling!

 

 

Dental Crowns

It depends. But typically right away if you'd like. Let's break down the details though:

  • Routine Cleaning:  You're in the clear to eat right away.  However, if you needed fluoride varnish, then stay away from hot liquids for the next half hour (sorry coffee drinkers!).Male Dental Patient | Dr. Jonathan Nelson
  • Gum Therapy:  You might have needed to get numb for this, be really careful to not bite your lip, cheeks, or tongue!
  • Tooth-Colored Composite Filling:  We use a special "flashlight" to cure the composite as hard as it's going to get, so you're safe to use it like regular.
  • Silver-Colored Amalgam Filling:  These take time to harden completely.  When you leave they are pretty hard, but you should still "baby" them with soft foods for the next 24 hours.
  • Temporary Crowns:  These are... well... temporary.  So they're not meant to be as rugged as the permanent crown.  This means that they come off easier (which is good for when we want to replace them with the permanent) and they're not as strong.  So extra care must be given to avoid sticky and hard foods.
  • Permanent Crowns:  These are tough and pretty, the only thing to remember is that the cement usually needs some time to completely set.  Avoid sticky foods for the rest of the day.

Dental Services in Missoula MT

Give our team a call today to get to know our friendly dental team, and book a cleaning, exam, or consultation! We are currently accepting new patients. 

 

 

 

 

 

Teeth Extractions

We turn to teeth extractions in Missoula, MT when our dentists exhaust other treatment options. 

When your tooth is damaged beyond repair, it's time for an extraction. But how do you know if your tooth needs extracting? 

Most likely, the first symptom you will notice when you need a tooth extraction is severe pain. Teeth that need to come out of your mouth will be painful, and the pain can be so intense that you struggle to get through your daily routine. If you notice extreme pain, the best thing to do is call our Missoula dentist right away. We can examine your smile and determine if your tooth needs extracting. 

Other signs or symptoms you might observe when your tooth needs extracting are:

  • Swollen, tender, or inflamed gums localized around a tooth 
  • Jaw pain
  • Tooth pain that gets worse when you chew food or bite down 
  • A cracked tooth that's broken into multiple pieces within your mouth

When something is severely "off" in your mouth, you will likely instinctively know. If you recognize that something isn't right with your smile, please contact our treatment team at Nelson Dentistry right away by calling (406) 542-3305. We will walk you through how to best proceed and help you determine if you need teeth extractions in Missoula, MT. 

Wisdom teeth extraction is a standard procedure that most Americans need to undergo. It is entirely reasonable to feel nervous before the treatment, but patients should know there is no reason to feel anxious.

How Long Does Wisdom Teeth Removal Take?

Generally, removing a wisdom tooth takes under an hour in our Missoula dental office. The actual surgical procedure is not painful because patients will be under local anesthesia. They will feel the same amount of discomfort that a cavity does.  

At Nelson Dentistry, Dr. Jonathan Nelson and his amazing dental team work hard to make sure all patients feel comfortable and happy. 

We make sure that patients are numb or asleep throughout the entire extraction, the most discomfort they will feel is when the local anesthesia wears off. For this, we recommend over-the-counter pain medication. 

Once the procedure is done, Dr. Nelson will stitch the wounds to allow quick healing; they will dissolve by themselves after a few days. 

We may apply clean gauze to soak any blood; if bleeding doesn't stop, contact us immediately. 

After Your Wisdom Tooth Extraction

As with any surgery, it's normal to feel groggy and dreamy after the anesthesia wears off. Patients can also expect some inflammation and swelling for the next couple of days. 

If you are feeling a severe and sharp pain, let us know immediately. 

We recommend that patients rest and only eat soft foods for a few days until the stitches naturally dissolve. 

This is the best time to catch up on your beauty sleep! Or your favorite shows and movies, or curl up with a book.

Are Your Wisdom Teeth Acting Up?

There's no reason to suffer needlessly; we can extract your teeth in one dental visit and get you back to your normal life.

Dentures

At Nelson Dentistry, we know how missing teeth can impact how you eat, speak, smile, and even feel about yourself. Dr. Jonathan Nelson offers custom-made and hand-crafted dentures as a reliable tooth restoration option.

We provide multiple options for dentures: partials are great for patients who have some teeth that need to be replaced. They allow patients to chew, speak, and look great. They also fill out the cheeks where the missing tooth had created a sunken appearance to prevent facial sag or your remaining teeth from shifting. Complete dentures are perfect for patients who are missing all their teeth on the upper or lower arch, or both. 

Proper Maintenance Is Critical

Dentures can last for many years, especially if they are well taken care of. Patients are encouraged to visit their denture dentist in Missoula so that we can make any necessary adjustments. Even if all the teeth have been restored, patients will still need to come in annually for a dental check-up. 

According to the American Dental Association, patients should replace their dentures every 5-7 years to account for changes in the fit and to restore their appearance. Typically dentures have an average life of 7-10 years.

Dentures can have regular wear-and-tear that comes with usage; they can stain and wear down faster than natural teeth. The jawbone and tissues can shrink over time, which will change the way dentures fit the gumline. 

Call Nelson Dentistry for Your Denture Check-Up

With proper care, your dentures can last for many years; patients will need to replace them to keep up with any changes to the bone or gums. 

Are you missing one or multiple teeth? If so, there is more to worry about other than how it affects your appearance. Every tooth plays a vital role and function in the structure of our faces, so even one missing tooth can cause your face to sag and appear older. Missing a tooth can also have a negative impact on how you speak or chew. 

Without a tooth root, nearby teeth can start to shift towards the gap left in your smile. This can alter the alignment of your bite, make it more difficult to chew, and create multiple difficulties. For these reasons, we recommend dentures at Nelson Dentistry. 

Partial and Full Dentures

We custom fabricate dentures from impressions that we take of your mouth. Patients who have existing natural teeth are more suited to partial dentures, which work around their teeth and allow them to retain as much of their original smile as possible.

Full dentures are ideal for patients who are missing most or all of their teeth on the upper or lower arch. 

The denture base for full dentures is gum-colored and rests along the gum line; it is fabricated to fit along your gums perfectly. 

Partial dentures use one or more teeth to hold the dentures in place. If the existing teeth are not a good option for this, the prosthetic tooth can be attached directly to the jaw using dental implants.

Dentures go a long way to functioning and looking like real teeth, and they allow patients the freedom to eat what they want and speak clearly. 

Your Dentist Can Help You Determine Which Dentures Are Ideal

Your dentist at Nelson Dentistry, Dr. Jonathan Nelson, can help you determine which option fits your needs, lifestyle, and budget best. We will also go over how to maintain them and how long they can last for you. 

We look forward to making your life easier and making your investment in your oral health an excellent one. Call our  Missoula, MT dental office a call today. 

Gold Inlays and Onlays

Dental Fillings | Nelson Dentistry Amalgam, or silver colored fillings, contain mercury; which has been a point of contention and lead to many controversial debates.  While large quantities of elemental mercury are certainly bad for you, the amount in fillings is not.  As with many things in life, we must weight the "pros" vs. the "cons."  Amalgam has been one of the longest used filling materials of all time with great clinical success.  And for all those decades there has been no solid evidence of mercury poisoning from amalgam fillings.  

Mercury in Fillings

This is largely due to the fact that the mercury is amalgamated (mixed) with the other components to form a solid and stable chemical bond that renders the mercury inert.  At this point, no traceable amount of mercury is able to chemically interact with your body. So not only has amalgam proven to be safe over the years, but I (Dr. Nelson) also have amalgam fillings in my own teeth!  Not only that, but the American Dental Association supports it's use (click here for information for dentists and here for information for patients).

That being said there are two times where there is a minor risk for mercury exposure:  as the filling is being placed and hardening (finishing the reaction that sets the filling up) and when these fillings need to be removed (small amounts of vapor).  Fortunately, these are easily avoided by the use of a rubber dam.  A rubber dam allows for isolation of the teeth from the rest of the mouth and makes it easy to clear away any excess amalgam during placement or removal.

Dental Cleanings in Missoula

But that still doesn't answer the question!  The answer is yes, we offer composite (tooth colored) and gold (also called "inlays" instead of "fillings") fillings that have no mercury in them.  I believe that amalgam and composite both have their indications in different situations, and I love having these different "tools" in my metaphorical toolbox to help me provide the best treatment for my patients.  So don't hesitate to ask me about which option is best for you.

Teeth Whitening

You can try it, but I don't recommend it!  I have yet to see any research showing that charcoal will whiten stained teeth.  It may remove some yellow surface stain from plaque and calculus, or even tobacco tar, but for most folks it's not going to get you the results you want.  I think if anything it might seem like your teeth are whiter simply due to the contrast of the black color of the charcoal.  Be careful too, typically charcoal is abrasive and can damage your enamel.  

Professional Teeth Whitening in Missoula

You're much better of have a custom set of bleaching (AKA whitening) trays made at our office, or even using over the counter whitening products like Crest Whitestrips to get a brighter, whiter smile.

Veneers (Partial Crowns)

As a general dentist I do not, by default, have a specialty.  However, there are some dental proceduresDental Patient | Filling | Nelson Dentistry that I have worked extra hard to become very proficient at in addition to routine dental work.  I have taken advanced training with world renown instructors in cosmetic dentistry, occlusion (how your teeth bite and function together), and composite (tooth-colored filling material) artistry using advanced layering techniques.  My goal is to provide my patients with restorative dental work that appears indistinguishable to natural teeth, to not only the patient but to other dentists.  It's actually not too hard to make something that looks white and roughly the same shape as a tooth, but the artistic challenge to recreate natural beauty is very rewarding.

Dental Specialties 

As an FYI there are nine recognized specialties by the American Dental Association (ADA):

Dental Public Health, Endodontics, Oral and Maxillofacial Pathology, Oral and Maxillofacial Radiology, Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopedics, Pediatric Dentistry, Periodontics, and Prosthodontics.

Nearly all of these specialties require additional schooling above and beyond dental school.  Some even require a residency.  Perhaps the most intensive training is for Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery where the specialist goes through dental school, medical school, and also a residency--that's a lot of schooling!

 

 

White Spot Removal

White Spot Removal Dentist in Missoula Living with teeth that are stained or discolored with white spots can prove to be frustrating as many of these imperfections can be very stubborn and hard to remove on your own. Luckily, Dr. Nelson offers treatment options designed to help you achieve your best smile, including procedures specific to eliminating white spots in Missoula. Let's review your options.

Resin Infiltration

This is a quick and non-invasive procedure that utilizes composite resin to fill in the white spots. Composite resin is the same material that is used for cosmetic bonding and dental fillings and it is designed to blend seamlessly with your tooth for a very natural aesthetic.

Teeth Whitening

Teeth whitening can also be an effective option for some patients depending on what caused their staining. In-office and take-home systems offer you different but effective whitening options depending on your lifestyle and budget. Unfortunately, teeth whitening may not be sufficient for white spots caused by tetracycline.

Porcelain Veneers 

Stubborn white spots can effectively be covered with porcelain veneers to create a flawless and uniform smile. A veneer is a micro-thin layer of porcelain that fits over your tooth, adds strength, and eliminates imperfections.

Cosmetic Dentistry in Missoula 

Which option is best for your needs? Contact Nelson Dentistry today to schedule a complimentary consultation to learn more.

White Spot Removal in Missoula | Dental EquipmentWhite spots on your teeth typically occur when enamel is demineralized, which causes it to reflect light in a different way than normal tooth enamel. White spots have a more matte-like finish as opposed to the translucent look of a natural tooth.

How White Spots Form

Poor oral hygiene can contribute to white spots, and they may appear after orthodontic treatment with braces, which are harder to brush and floss around correctly. In some cases, the spots can remineralize on their own with improved oral hygiene. For other patients, treatment may be needed to eliminate the spots and improve the appearance of their teeth.

Certain medications such as the antibiotic tetracycline can also cause white spots or tooth discoloration. Tetracycline is widely used to treat bacterial infections and respiratory concerns. The stains caused by tetracycline often prove to be more stubborn than those produced by demineralization. 

White Spot Removal in Missoula 

Dr. Nelson, your dentist in Missoula, offers specialized treatment for white spot removal called "Resin Infiltration." This process is non-invasive and substantially fills the white spot with tooth-colored material designed to reflect light the same way your tooth does, which eliminates the appearance of the white spot. Contact Nelson Dentistry today for more information on white spot removal. 

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