Monthly Archives: April 2015

All Ages Have High Rate Of Dental Implant Success, If Non-Smokers.

Dental Implants are nothing new, with ‘modern’ versions emerging in the 1950’s. Over the past several decades, they have been perfected as a dependable tooth replacement system. There are now many types, designed to accommodate various needs and preferences. Dental … Continue reading

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Ouch! What Is That Sore In My Mouth?

Because of the devastating statistics associated with oral cancer, any sore or unusual spot in the mouth should be monitored carefully. However, some sores that occur inside the mouth may be canker sores. A canker sore is a painful spot … Continue reading

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Comprehensive Dentistry For Every Smile!

People often first come to know us by hearing of our advanced technology and offering advanced treatments such as dental implants, cosmetic dentistry and restorative dentistry. However, the foundation of our practice is general dentistry, or what some refer to … Continue reading

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Most Destructive Factor In American Smiles

On a worldwide scale, what is one of the most common diseases? You may be surprised to learn that the answer is tooth decay. When researchers from the University College London and the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine … Continue reading

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Healthy Smiles & Heart Health

There are a number of studies that suggest that oral health and gum disease are related to serious conditions like heart disease. Although the precise link between periodontal (gum) disease and heart disease hasn’t been pinpointed, there is strong evidence … Continue reading

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Position Of Every Tooth Important To Avoid Problems

Imagine a two-lane bridge that extends over water. Let’s say a boat comes along and destroys one of the pillars supporting the bridge. You may assume, “So? There are plenty of remaining pillars.” The loss of one, at first, may … Continue reading

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Taking A Bisphosphonate? Why We Need To Know.

As we age, our bone strength and density naturally declines. If you’ve ever seen an adult who is permanently hunched over when they stand or walk, that’s commonly due to severe osteoporosis. Avoiding such health issues has motivated millions of … Continue reading

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Easy Flossing Tips To Get You Into The Habit

As a dentist, I’ve heard every reason in the book why people don’t floss. And, for every reason, there is an even better one to make daily flossing a priority! Flossing removes food particles that become wedged between teeth. It … Continue reading

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