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Concerns about Radiation

A brief article in the June 2011 issue of “Redbook Magazine” discussed radiation and when to be concerned. “Radiation is all around us.  When should you worry? The [fusion_builder_container hundred_percent=”yes” overflow=”visible”][fusion_builder_row][fusion_builder_column type=”1_1″ background_position=”left top” background_color=”” border_size=”” border_color=”” border_style=”solid” spacing=”yes” background_image=”” background_repeat=”no-repeat” padding=”” margin_top=”0px” margin_bottom=”0px” class=”” id=”” animation_type=”” animation_speed=”0.3″ animation_direction=”left” hide_on_mobile=”no” center_content=”no” min_height=”none”][2011] nuclear crisis in […]


Obliterate Morning Breath

Your nighttime routine can obliterate morning breath! The September issue of “Cosmopolitan” Magazine has a great recommendation to alter your dental hygiene routine at home before bedtime and you can eliminate that pesky morning breath. “BRUSH…for two minutes (30 seconds on each quadrant) to remove surface debris. FLOSS…to dislodge hidden food and plaque – a […]


Dental implants

Dental implants are the best option for patients who have severely cracked or missing teeth. Performed in single or multitooth restorations, implants are a permanent option for those who might otherwise need something like dentures. For decades, titanium implants were the only choice, but the new zirconia implants offer several benefits, including a holistic one, […]


Quick Way to Brighten Your Smile

Want a quick tip to brighten your smile? NewBeauty says Hollywood celebrities know a trick- that makeup can make a big difference in your overall look. Whether you recently whitened or never have, wearing lipstick with a bluish hue in it will make your teeth look whiter no matter what. NewBeauty also reports Supersmile On-the-Go […]


Hidden Braces

Traditional braces are  still the most ideal for severely misaligned teeth.  However, if you only are looking to get a small fix to improve your ‘social’ smile but don’t want to walk around with visible metal braces, NewBeauty has a recommendation- Incognito Lite Hidden Braces. They are great for correcting mild imperfections in the anterior, mainly […]


Your Front Teeth Can Tell Your Age

As posted in NewBeauty, one of the first things people notice about you is your smile and your teeth might be aging you more than you realize. “The telltale signal of an older-looking smile is the worn or “sawed off” look of the front teeth. When we are young, the front two teeth are longer […]


Fun Teeth Numbers

As pubished in Allure Magazine, Tooth history has had it’s moments of true brilliance… 1000 B.C.: Approximate year of Africa’s Bantu migration. The people believed death entered the body through the teeth; to allow death to exit, they filed their teeth into triangular points. 19:20 Passage in the Book of Job in which the phrase […]


A Good Laugh

New findings from Loma Linda University of California supports the evidence that laughter triggers healthful phsyiological responses similar to those produced by exercise.  Research subjects who watched funny videos experienced positive changes in blood pressure.  Study author Lee Berk suggests spending time each day with people, videos, or blogs that crack you up. “A joke […]


Herbal Calm for Cold Sores

Shape Magazine noted that German researchers found that a topical ointment containing the herb lemon balm was found to reduce redness and swelling of cold sores within only 2 days.  Try Cold Sore Relief by Enzymatic Therapy ($11 at www.phytostore.com).


What is a Dental Implant?

A dental implant is an artificial tooth root, made of titanium metal. It is placed in your jaw by the dentist to hold a replacement crown or bridge, and is a permanent fixture that has outstanding long-term success. Why not just leave the space where there is a missing tooth? When a space is left […]


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