What’s The Best Age To Get Straightened Out?

posted on May 4, 2018

Parents don’t forget “first” moments in their children’s lives: A first word, the first day of school, that first drive alone. Someone once said, “Days go slow, years go fast.” A parent looking at life in the rearview mirror probably uttered those words. Dental practices share many milestones with their patients. Whether introducing a child […]


Two Weeks To A New Smile?

posted on April 9, 2018

Your smile sends messages to everyone you meet. Studies show that your teeth are the main physical characteristic that people notice first, and a friendly smile sets the tone for every relationship in your personal and business life. If you’re unhappy with the appearance of your teeth, dental veneers may offer a significant change you […]


Could A Healthy Mouth Save Your Life?

posted on March 6, 2018

Have you ever stood beside a rushing river and watched the current carry wood and leaves quickly past? Your blood pulses through your body at a similar pace. Every twenty seconds, blood completes a round trip from head to toe. This closed system averages 100,000 miles of veins, arteries, and capillaries and delivers many vital […]


What If Teeth Could Be Fixed This Way?

posted on February 6, 2018

With winter upon us, the common cold shows us why it’s aptly named. Rhinoviruses, responsible for many episodes of congestion, coughs, and sore throats, transmit through the population during every season. But research suggests that this virus replicates better at a temperature a few degrees below the body’s core temperature. Plus, people tend to share […]


Do You Drink 45 Gallons of This Every Year?

posted on January 5, 2018

Every time you step into a mini-mart, you’re faced with a host of options to squelch your thirst. A rainbow of colors in plastic bottles compete for your attention, and creative marketing often transforms sugared water into a fountain of youth. When it comes to your teeth, does it matter what you choose? How does […]


Have You Noticed This In Your Smile?

posted on December 7, 2017

In 1952, a university research project examined baseball cards of Major League players. The researchers found that a player’s smile suggested how long he’d live. Players who didn’t smile in their photos lived an average of nearly 73 years, while smiling players lived an average of almost 80 years! A healthy mouth adds value to […]


If You Leave 5 Billion Of These Undisturbed, What Happens?

posted on November 7, 2017

The jury’s still out on the count, but up to 700 types of bacteria call your mouth their home. About 20 billion of these organisms linger on teeth, in your saliva, and on the lining of your mouth at any given time. In dramatic fashion, they’re able to double their population every 5 hours. That […]


National Fresh Breath Day! Here are Some Tips to Avoid Bad Breath

posted on August 6, 2015

Today is National Fresh Breath Day A commitment to keeping your mouth clean, breath fresh and maintaining good oral hygiene is in order! There are many of commercially available mouthwashes, toothpastes, and dental floss we can use to maintain our gums, teeth, and tongues in proper order. Here are some other ways to keep your breath smelling fresh. […]


Study Demonstrates Stems Cells from Dental Pulp Turning into Corneal Cells

posted on May 2, 2015

A recent study has shown that stems sells from the dental pulp can be transformed into corneal cells of the eye. The hope is that one day stem cells may be used to repair corneal scarring due to injury or infection. Corneal blindness affects millions of people worldwide. Currently it is treated by corneal transplants […]


CEREC Ortho SW 1.0 – digital orthodontic software

posted on February 26, 2015

We recently installed our copy of the brand new CEREC Ortho software from Sirona! This software will be used to capture CAD/CAM digital impressions for orthodontics, retainers, occlusal night guards and removable appliances!