7 Major Benefits Of Sedation Dentistry

Let Me Share with You 7 Major Benefits Of Sedation Dentistry that I see in my practice everyday! No more living with painful teeth because of fear. Sedation can last for hours in a controlled setting making it possible to get much more dentistry done in one sitting. Finally, you can have the attractive, healthy […]

Learn the Benefits of Dental Implants

Are you considering dental implants to repair your smile and restore its beauty and function? First of all,  kudos to you for taking matters into your own hands by paying attention to your oral health. It’s a life-changing option to actually address the problems, not just cover up this ugly situation. As you consider your options, […]

Every Cell Of Your Face Has A “Clock” In It!

Here’s A FREE Chance To Discover How To Wind Those Clocks Backwards! You taught your children… “don’t jump to conclusions.” “Take things one-step at-a-time” It’s time to follow your own advice. Is it possible that you can’t afford your own “smile makeover”? Yes. Is it possible that you CAN afford your own “smile makeover”? Yes. […]

Bone-Creating Protein

Hemet, California dental implant recipients have replaced missing teeth with jaw-bone anchored tooth implants. Unlike a dental bridge, a tooth implant consists of a titanium post inserted into the jaw bone. The bone meshes with the post to create a strong base for the natural-looking prosthetic tooth and crown that attaches to the post. Dental […]

Are You Losing Your Dental Insurance Benefits?

This recession has really changed the way people do things. Folks are saving more and charging less. They’re worrying about the future, eating more dinners at home and putting off purchases they once would have made without a thought. There’s one place, though, where tons of people – maybe even you — are leaving literally […]

Harvard Study Examines Fluoride Levels in Bone

A new study in the Journal of Dental Research finds bone fluoride levels are not associated with osteosarcoma, a rare bone cancer more prevalent in males. A team of researchers from Harvard University, the Medical College of Georgia and the National Cancer Institute analyzed hundreds of bone samples from nine hospitals over an eight year […]