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Dental Health

Your Mouth Might Be Telling You That…

By Marcos Grande, DDS, PC

You’re majorly stressed out Grinding or clenching your teeth can be a sign that you’re under pressure. Over time, you can grind down and damage ... Continue Reading

Economical and Minimally Invasive Implants For Teeth Replacement

By Neil R. Woods, DDS

Mini dental implants can be used to provide titanium tooth “roots” to support crowns, dental bridges and dentures. They were developed in 1983 and FDA ... Continue Reading

Natural-Looking Fillings and Crowns In A Single Visit

By E. Taylor Meiser, DDS, PA

A smile is one of our greatest personal assets; it is a reflection of happiness and good health, yet many people avoid smiling because they ... Continue Reading

Aging and Dental Health

By Zeyad Mady, DDS, FAGD

Not so long ago it was taken for granted that serious memory impairment was a normal part of aging. While some memory loss is common ... Continue Reading

Oral Bacteria and Heart Disease

By Maribel Vann, DDS

The dental profession has an incredible ability to not only treat your teeth and gums, but to help you prevent all kinds of bad things ... Continue Reading

Are Dental Implants Right For You?

By Zahra Kavianpour, DDS

Patients primarily seek out dental implants for two reasons: cosmetic and oral health. If you have lost a tooth due to injury, you may not ... Continue Reading

Early Childhood Orthodontics: Straighter Teeth In As Little As One Month

By Sheri Salartash, DDS, FAGD

Most people think of pre-teens and teens when they think of orthodontics, but there are good reasons your child should get an orthodontic evaluation much ... Continue Reading

Blade Dental Implants Another Alternative

By Richard Hughes, DDS, FACS

If you are considering or were considering dental implants, you may be interested in what I have to say. Some of you may have been ... Continue Reading

Oral Appliances For Sleep Apnea Improve Insomnia

By Arthur M. Strauss, DDS

The Mayo Clinic and various medical dictionaries suggest that insomnia is a persistent disorder that can make it hard to fall asleep, hard to stay ... Continue Reading

Embarrassed By Bad Breath? The Permanent Cure For Halitosis

By Richard A. Miller, DDS

Do people step back when you get close? Brush their fingers under their nose when you are near? Quietly move a ½ step sideways or ... Continue Reading
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