Now Is the Time To Set Orthodontic Goals for an Aligned Smile!

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It's that time of year again when we look back over the past year and make some goals to better ourselves mentally and physically. For many, that includes improving their smile! While considering your New Year’s resolutions for this year, be sure to include improving your smile on your list!... Read more »

Preventing Gum Disease From Taking Over Your Teeth and Gums

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Did You Know? Gum disease afflicts nearly half of Americans over 30. Men succumb to gum disease more than women. Periodontal disease is the biggest factor of adult tooth loss. Pregnant women with gum disease can give birth to their babies prematurely. Men or women over 35 often lose more... Read more »

Thanking You and Your Families This Season

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Thanksgiving will soon be here, and once again, we will be reminiscing about all the things we are grateful for. For our dental team, that means letting our patients know how thankful we are to get to care for you and your loved ones' smiles all year round! We work... Read more »

It’s National Breast Cancer Awareness Month! Read up on Our Tips To Help You Look and Feel Your Best!

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Every October, we observe National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. According to U.S. Breast Cancer statistics, approximately 1 in 8 U.S. women (around 13%) will develop invasive breast cancer throughout her lifetime. This year, not only will an estimated 281,550 new cases of invasive breast cancer be diagnosed in women in... Read more »

Our Cosmetic Plastic Surgery Treatments for the Face Can Boost Self-Confidence While Creating a More Youthful Appearance

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Are you considering having cosmetic plastic surgery to boost the appearance of your facial features? If so, you are not alone. You have options to choose from, including having a facelift, eye lift, rhinoplasty, chin and cheek implants, or liposuction. These popular surgical treatments are done all the time, and... Read more »

September Is National Gum Care Month. Do You Know How To Protect Your Gums for a Healthier Smile?

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September is National Gum Care Month, and it is a big deal for your oral health. Good oral health is the foundation to a healthy-looking, self-confident appearance when it comes to your smile. By ensuring healthy teeth and gums – because when it comes to tooth loss, it is not... Read more »

Learn How Exercise Can Boost Your Health and Appearance!

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Looking and feeling your best means getting the right amount of exercise so you can trigger those powerful physiological and biochemical processes in your body. Exercise calms you so you can sleep better, and in turn, allow your body to process your blood sugar most effectively for a healthier you.... Read more »

Are You Ready for Bikini Season? Having a Tummy Tuck Can Give You the Confidence Boost You Need!

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It's bikini season again, making abdominoplasty (tummy tucks) a popular plastic surgery for a transformative boost to one's body image. This plastic surgery procedure means having reconstructive surgery done to tighten your stomach muscles that may have expanded, become loose, or separated after experiencing extreme weight loss or pregnancy. And... Read more »

What Happens to Your Health and Smile When Putting Off Your Biannual Dental Cleanings and Exams?

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Because of the pandemic (and occasionally dental anxiety just from going to the dentist), patients may find themselves tempted to skip a dental appointment or two, especially if they are not currently having any acute dental problems. But skipping those routine dental cleanings can also put one's oral health and... Read more »

Summertime Exercises That Can Help You Sleep Better

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When it comes to your sleep quality, some exercises can help you fall asleep faster, sleep longer and get a better night's sleep. You do not want to exercise strenuously right before bedtime because it will increase your heart rate, body temperature, blood pressure and spike your adrenaline, all of... Read more »

What You Need To Know About Malocclusions

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When people think of orthodontics, they tend to visualize teeth straightening using metal braces or clear plastic aligners. But orthodontics is about more than just beautifully straightened teeth. It also corrects a misaligned bite! Malocclusions are what we orthodontists call "mismatched teeth" or jaw problems because of a misaligned bite.... Read more »

How To Take the Best Care of Your Smile in Dentures

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Taking good care of teeth and gums is vital for keeping teeth in great shape, and the same is true for your dentures when they replace a missing arch! Tooth replacement options still require good oral care, because your mouth is still a place where oral bacteria can thrive. Proper... Read more »

Dentures Are a Beautiful and Welcome Tooth Replacement Option Today!

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When it comes to your smile, you want the best possible tooth replacement option your money can buy. Your smile plays a big part in communication and socializing to convey your intent. In today's climate, dentures have gone from unattractive false teeth to beautiful and functionally effective tooth replacements. Why... Read more »

Do You Constantly Find Yourself Experiencing Jaw Pain?

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Do you frequently experience pain in your mouth? While sometimes jaw pain can feel like an infected tooth, often it is a result of jaw pain from problems with your temporomandibular joints (TMJs). These joints connect your lower jawbone (the mandible) located near your ear to the side of your... Read more »

The Evolution and Treatment of Temporomandibular Joint Disorder

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When it comes to dental conditions, TMJD is relatively new in being identified. It took until the 1950s for TMJ syndrome to get the attention it deserved from the healthcare community. And it took another 30 years after that for healthcare professionals to diagnose and treat this oral condition with... Read more »