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New Materials Add Strength to Veneers' Beautiful Life-Likeness

With exciting innovations in cosmetic dentistry over the last few decades, we can now transform nearly any unattractive smile. One of the best and most cost-effective of these is Read More

Removing Teeth Could Improve the Outcome for a Crowded Bite

The primary goal of dental care is to preserve teeth. But there are circumstances in which removing a tooth, even a relatively healthy one, could prove best in the Read More

Baseball's Francisco Lindor Shines as "Mr. Smile"

At the first-ever Players Weekend in August 2017, Major League Baseball players wore jerseys with their nicknames on the back. One player — Cleveland Indians shortstop, Francisco Lindor — Read More

A Child's Teeth Grinding is Normal - But You Should Still Keep an Eye on it

When you're first startled awake in the middle of the night by a loud, gritting sound emanating from your child's room, you may have two questions: how can such Read More

Food for Thought - What to Eat for Optimum Oral Health

March is national nutrition month—a good time to look at the connection between diet and oral health. You probably know that sugar is a major culprit in dental problems. Read More

An Assortment of Orthodontic Tools helps us Solve Complex Bite Problems

There are an assortment of techniques and treatments in an orthodontist's toolkit, braces being the most common and best known. Of course, there wouldn't be any tools at all Read More

New Front Teeth for a Teenaged David Duchovny

In real life he was a hard-charging basketball player through high school and college. In TV and the movies, he has gone head-to-head with serial killers, assorted bad guys… Read More

Extracting Certain Teeth can Boost Orthodontic Effectiveness

We treat most malocclusions (bad bites) with braces or clear aligners. But not all malocclusions are alike — some can require extra procedures to achieve successful results. One such example Read More

4 Areas We May Check During Your Older Loved One's Regular Dental Visit

While some aspects of regular dental visits are much the same for everyone, they can be more involved for an older adult. That’s because people later in life face Read More

Drawing Impacted Teeth into the Open can Restore a Smile

You don’t have to be a dental professional to appreciate a beautiful smile. Likewise, you’ll also know when something’s not quite right with one. Such can be the case when Read More

How Big Bang Theory Actress Mayim Bialik Gets Her Kids to Floss

How many actresses have portrayed a neuroscientist on a wildly successful TV comedy while actually holding an advanced degree in neuroscience? As far as we know, exactly one: Mayim Read More

Composite Resin Could Transform Your Tooth's Appearance in Just one Visit

You’ve suddenly noticed one of your teeth looks and feels uneven, and it may even appear chipped. To make matters worse it’s right in front in the “smile zone” Read More

How to Lessen the Effects of Chronic Dry Mouth

If you were asked to identify the number one mouth problem affecting dental health, what would you name? Toothaches? Poor hygiene? Jaw joint issues? Believe it or not, the top Read More

Change Your Smile for the Better with Porcelain Veneers

Are you tired of those stained, chipped, slightly crooked or—in a word—unattractive teeth? We have an effective solution for you: cover them with life-like porcelain veneers. As the name implies, Read More

Dental Crowns for the King of Magic

You might think David Copperfield leads a charmed life:  He can escape from ropes, chains, and prison cells, make a Learjet or a railroad car disappear, and even appear Read More

Why the Treatment Model for Your Jaw Joint Disorder Matters

Your temporomandibular joints (TMJ), located where your lower jaw meets the skull, play an essential role in nearly every mouth function. It’s nearly impossible to eat or speak without Read More

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