added on: November 12, 2019

Could psoriasis lead to gum disease? Could gum disease lead to psoriasis? While research has linked oral health to many diseases and conditions in the body, the psoriasis-gum disease connection seems to be one garnering much attention from researchers. And, rightly so. A growing list of other diseases, such as… Read More…


added on: October 9, 2019

For a number of reasons, adults occasionally lose teeth. Some more than others. Although the expectation in the U.S. is that it’s normal to lose teeth as we age, it certainly shouldn’t be. Through proper oral hygiene at home, regular dental visits, a healthy diet, and keeping the mouth moist,… Read More…



added on: July 16, 2019

In yoga, many of the poses involve balancing positions. Stances such as Warrior, Tree, and Figure 4 help our bodies focus on its natural balance, its harmony. If you think about it, our bodies were designed, from our head to our toes, for balance. The head balances on our spinal… Read More…



added on: June 24, 2019

Years ago, I completed advanced training in neuromuscular dentistry. This was because, as an advanced care dentist, I desired to enhance our patients’ cosmetic dentistry and restorative procedures with the advantages of optimal “occlusion.” Occlusion describes the intricate balance between the alignment of teeth and its supporting structures. In biting,… Read More…


added on: June 4, 2019

There is a physical reason why people snore. The same physical components also cause some children to snore as well as some breeds of dogs or cats. Snoring is a vibration that occurs in your throat caused by a narrowing of the upper airway. Snoring can be prompted by a… Read More…


added on: May 28, 2019

At our Shelby Twp dental office, my entire team and I have a commitment that extends far beyond our building’s walls. Many of our staff members are actively involved in volunteer roles in schools, churches, civic and charitable organizations, and willingly lend a hand wherever they can. As a dentist,… Read More…


added on: May 23, 2019

Cavities and periodontal (gum) disease are highly avoidable. Still, gum disease remains the most prevalent disease of all Americans, affecting nearly half of adults. Cavities are even more common. According to the Centers For Disease Control & Prevention (CDC), almost 91 percent of aged 20 to 64 American adults had… Read More…


added on: May 7, 2019

Dining out with friends and family is good for body and soul. Being able to gather and talk and laugh nurtures us from the inside out. Humans were designed to be social creatures. Language skills are suspected to have originally formed to be able to communicate as groups. Studies show… Read More…


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