added on: July 8, 2020

A good night’s sleep… That doesn’t sound like something that should be difficult for American adults. After all, with our busy schedules and non-stop list of to-do’s all day, you’d think sleep would be the easiest thing we do in a 24-hour period. Yet, for an estimated 1 in 3… Read More…


added on: June 8, 2020

As our planet goes though the challenges of ever-changing viral strains, there is greater awareness of important yet basic actions that make a difference in added protection. Certainly, the practice of thorough hand-washing, surface cleaning and covering coughs and sneezes will never be taken for granted again. We are also… Read More…


added on: May 27, 2020

Great News!!! We have resumed regular hours as of June 1st!   We are able to resume all levels of patient care as of June 1st. My staff and I look forward to seeing our patient family and are accepting new patients. While we have always taken measures to ensure… Read More…


added on: May 19, 2020

Due to decay, accidents or periodontal (gum) disease, a sizable percentage of adults are missing natural teeth. According to the National Institute of Dental & Craniofacial Research, adults over the age of 65 have less than 19 natural teeth remaining with more than 27 percent having no remaining natural teeth…. Read More…


added on: February 27, 2020

It’s normal to “back burner” things we don’t like doing. Some people dread doing their taxes, postponing the task until the last minute. Some people go to the grocery store only when they are running low on food. Many of us know people who put off doing the laundry until… Read More…


added on: February 10, 2020

I remember when some people switched to Tab cola, one of the nation’s first “diet” sodas. This beverage gained almost immediate popularity. That is, until a study on the sweetener saccharin hit the media with claims that lab rats fed saccharin (the sweetening ingredient) had higher risks for developing cancer…. Read More…


added on: January 30, 2020

Research is showing we are, indeed, what we eat. Even further, it shows the detrimental health effects of our consumption of foods laden with chemicals and growth hormones. Some of these have been associated with cancer, leukemia, obesity and heart disease. In an effort to be a healthier nation, many… Read More…


added on: January 20, 2020

Since your smile is one of your most prominent facial features, it makes sense that something unnatural in appearance would stand out a great deal. Over the years, though, I’ve seen a number of cosmetics-gone-wrong cases, such as in the repair of a gap between front teeth. I’ve seen where… Read More…


added on: January 6, 2020

After receiving a doctorate in general dentistry and advanced training in cosmetic and restorative dentistry, I began to look deeper into a newly-emerging specialty known as neuromuscular dentistry. Neuromuscular Dentistry is based on the understanding that all crainio-facial structures must work harmoniously during chewing, speaking, and in resting positions. Disharmony… Read More…



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