Monthly Archives: November 2017

The Gift Of A Confident Smile

The holiday season has most of us anguishing over gifts. This time of year seems to trigger an annual quest of sorts to find that someone special in our lives just the right gift. Or, maybe it’s the challenge of … Continue reading

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Why We ‘Probe’ Gum Tissues During Cleanings.

Most patients have a ‘cleaning’ during their 6-month dental check-ups, which are known as ‘prophys’ in the dental profession. Prophy is an abbreviated term for prophylaxis, which is the cleaning needed to remove plaque. During the appointment, we begin by … Continue reading

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Experience & Advanced Skills Matter With Dental Implants

A growing number of American adults are opting for Dental Implants to replace missing teeth. As a dentist, I know what a wise investment they are since I can see the advantages that occur both above and below the gums. … Continue reading

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Adjust Oral Hygiene To Eating Patterns For Healthier Smiles

Most baby boomers grew up sitting down to a table to eat a meal. For many of us and the generations before us, there was a set time of day for breakfast, lunch and supper. Drinking a soft drink or … Continue reading

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