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Maintenance In Dentistry

December, 21, 2016

As we all are aware, we had a snow storm last week. When we took our snow blower out, it chugged and rattled, barely worked. Why- because we neglected to bring it in for maintenance at the end of the season: Maintenance in Dentistry, as with cars, keeps things working longer and more efficiently. It […]

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Looking For A Dental Office?

December, 8, 2016

Why go to a small dental office rather than a large one? In a small office, you get the same doctor each time, while in a large office it is the luck of the draw, often a different doctor each time. In a smaller office, all of the responsibility rests on one Doctor whereas in […]

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End Of The Year

December, 1, 2016

It’s that time of the year again. Thanksgiving has passed and the other holidays are around the corner.  In dentistry, it’s that time of the year as well! As 2016 comes to an end, so do unused dental benefits. If you have unfinished work and don’t compete it before the end of the calendar year, […]

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Healthy gums don’t bleed!

November, 23, 2016

This week the type of referral we are looking for are patients with a silent disease, Periodontal Disease. Many people notice that their gums bleed but don’t do anything about it, after all “they’re just my gums.” If bleeding was noticed anywhere else, most people would seek attention in a heartbeat. The good thing about […]

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Quality over quantity

November, 11, 2016

This week a patient came in for a second opinion. He just had a root canal done and was having continual pain. The problem was that the source of the pain was another tooth further back. The wrong tooth was treated and should’ve been extracted in the first place, in addition to the 2nd tooth. […]

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Customized mouth guards

October, 27, 2016

All of us knows someone who plays one sport or another, whether it be your child or yourself. It doesn’t matter if it is baseball, football or hockey, teeth are vulnerable to injury. If left unprotected, store bought boil & bite mouth guards are helpful but don’t fit well and often need replacement often. A […]

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