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Commonly Treated Orthodontic Problems

Malocclusion (literally meaning “bad bite”) is the number one reason people seek orthodontic treatment. There are many different forms of malocclusion, such as: Crowding: Crowding… Continue Reading

Palliative Care Is Supportive Care

Somewhere along the way, the term “palliative care” picked up a scary reputation. When offered as a treatment option, many think it means death is… Continue Reading

Healthy Resolutions For Your Family

We all make resolutions at the beginning of the New Year; however it may be difficult to stick to our plans if we don’t have… Continue Reading

Empowerment Is Yours

Life coaching is a way of helping others through brainstorming, inspiring and motivating by implementing successful ways in which to reach goals and passions in… Continue Reading

How To Eat a Mediterranean Diet

The Mediterranean diet – you’ve likely heard of it but may not know why it’s popular, how it would benefit you or what to do… Continue Reading

Gyn Problems and Laparoscopy

A laparoscope is a small telescope that is inserted into the abdomen through a small incision (cut). It brings light into the abdomen so the… Continue Reading

A New You For 2021

After the new year when the holidays are over, it’s time to do something for yourself, like improving those areas you may be self-conscious about:… Continue Reading

30-Minute Foot Workout

Your feet work hard. They support your total body weight. They absorb the shock of your body pounding against the ground and adjust to the… Continue Reading

Advantages Of Adult Braces

In the United States there are millions of people receiving orthodontic treatment. In those millions the number of adults getting braces have increased. It is… Continue Reading

Laser Resurfacing: Turn Back the Hands Of Time

The anti-aging breakthrough of the decade is a skin-resurfacing treatment known as fractional CO2. Combining the effectiveness of traditional carbon dioxide lasers with a new… Continue Reading

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