Geriatric Dentistry

Americans live longer and continue to enjoy the lifestyles they have grown accustomed to, in large part, thanks to advances in modern medicine and dentistry. No longer are seniors housebound, forced to live out their senior years watching television in the recesses of an isolated dark living room. Advances in dentistry have created the opportunity […]

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The Smile Makeover

Is it caps on my teeth, dental veneers, or do you bond my teeth? The answer may include all of these methods. A smile makeover includes up to several dental technologies from least invasive and least expensive to more expensive as required to accomplish a beautiful natural-looking smile. Gone are stained, chipped, misaligned, and missing […]

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Snoring and Sleep Apnea

Snoring can ruin a relationship.   It’s embarrassing for the soccer mom whose daughter plays travel soccer and shares a hotel room with another mom or the dad who falls asleep and snores loudly at the school play.    Worse, snoring can be a symptom of a potentially life-threatening medical condition known as Obstructive Sleep Apnea.   Our […]

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Dental Tourism – Caveat Emptor

Dental Tourism or Dental Vacations are similar to the well-known practice of taking a medical vacation, and patients do so for the same reasons.   Like medical care, patients are now traveling to lesser developed countries to believe they will receive the same dental care level provided in the U.S., at a considerable cost saving. One […]

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