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Your Child’s Dental Safety

May 23, 2017  |   Posted by :   |   Children's Dentistry   |   0 Comments

Child Safety is No Accident From their first crawl, children are prone to accidents. Dental injuries may be more common during those early adventuresome years, but the risk to teeth doesn’t diminish as children grow older. The best way to avoid dental injuries is to anticipate them and take precautions. Here are some guidelines that […]

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All About Bonding

May 16, 2017  |   Posted by :   |   Restorative Dentistry   |   0 Comments

Improving the smiles and self-esteem of our patients is one of the best parts of our job. And often this requires the use of dental bonding, a painless and easy way to restore damaged teeth, or just to improve appearance. A thin layer of liquid resin is simply brushed onto the tooth and cured with […]

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Vitamins, the Spice of Life

May 09, 2017  |   Posted by :   |   Patient Education   |   0 Comments

“Recommended Dietary Allowances.” “Minimum Daily Requirement.” Do you sometimes feel bullied by vitamin manufacturers and dietitians? Since the science of nutrition got off the ground, 40 or so nutrients vital to our health have been identified. And depending on what they’re selling, we’re told we need more or less of one or the other. In […]

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Is Your Mouth Showing Signs of Aging?

May 02, 2017  |   Posted by :   |   Restorative Dentistry   |   0 Comments

Shortened teeth are a sure sign; lengthening them makes people look younger. We have methods to build up shortened or chipped teeth. Do You Have Periodontal Disease? Periodontal, or gum, disease are rarely noticed in early stages. Only by dental exam do you know for sure. However, there are some telltale symptoms: bleeding gums, bad […]

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What To Do About Cold Sores?

April 25, 2017  |   Posted by :   |   Patient Education   |   0 Comments

Shrug Them Off, or Seek Help? Cold sores, aka fever blisters, are known to medical professionals as outbreaks of the herpes simplex virus. Most of us have experienced them at one time or another, on the lips or inside the mouth. They can be spread by kissing or by sharing spoons, cups, or razors with […]

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