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  • I’ve Never Been to the Dentist – Why Should I Start Now?

    I’ve Never Been to the Dentist – Why Should I Start Now?

    While many people visit their dentist every six months for a cleaning and a check-up, there are others who only go to the dentist when they’re in pain. Then there are those who simply don’t visit the dentist at all. Some don’t have dental insurance or don’t believe they can...  read more

    CT Planning and Guided Surgery to Make Implant Placement More Predictable

    CT Planning and Guided Surgery to Make Implant Placement More Predictable

    If you’re considering dental implants, one of the newest technologies in dentistry can make the entire process much easier. One of the risks of implants is that the implant site may turn out to be damaged or compromised for a number of different reasons. When this occurs during the procedure,...  read more

    Making a New Smile with Porcelain Veneers

    Making a New Smile with Porcelain Veneers

    Everybody wants whiter, straighter, and youthful looking teeth. Unfortunately, as we get older, our teeth wear. Extenuating circumstances due to bruxing (night time grinding), clenching, or acid reflux, and make this happen much faster, and more drastic, leading to short, dark, worn teeth. There are several different ways to correct...  read more

    Will my Insurance Pay for all this Treatment?

    Will my Insurance Pay for all this Treatment?

    This is a question that is often asked. Unfortunately no two insurances are the same. Each has different deductibles, co payments, maximums, inclusion and exclusions. Some of the terms you should be made of aware of in your policy is: Pre-existing condition prior to coverage date. What this means is...  read more

    What Can a Dentist Do for Sleep Apnea?

    What Can a Dentist Do for Sleep Apnea?

    If you suffer from sleep apnea, you know how debilitating it truly can be. You may go weeks or even months without feeling like you’ve slept much at all, and that affects your thinking, reflexes, and your overall health. Most people assume that you would go to a doctor or...  read more

    August, 2016

    The Link Between Nutrition and Oral Health

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    Keeping our oral health in pristine condition is not limited to just brushing and flossing regularly. The foods that we eat and beverages we drink can also be linked to poor oral health. There are certain foods, including sugars and carbohydrates, that promote the production of bacteria in the mo... read more