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January 12, 2020

It seems that with modern life we are all experiencing stress more than ever before.  Unmanaged stress can affect our entire health including our mouth and teeth.  It is known that stress can affect your immune system’s ability to fight off infections.  This also can b...

September 28, 2019

Reaching the age of 40 and beyond makes you think about your health differently. Our bodies take longer to recover from wear and tear and our level of health care may increase.  One’s dental concerns are no exception to this rule.  Just as our bodies age, so do our tee...

March 1, 2017

The teeth are the hardest substance in the human body.  They are even harder than bone.  However, as hard as they are, teeth are susceptible to the harmful effects of acid.  Acid is detrimental in two ways.  First, the bacteria that cause decay find it much easier to e...

February 25, 2017

I feel my primary role as a dentist is to help each person I see to become as healthy as he or she can be.  Oral health, as with the health of the rest of the body, is determined more by what the individual does than by what a doctor does.  (The only time the doctor ha...

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