Cosmetic Dentistry

Porcelain Veneers Can Eliminate Fluorosis Staining

The drinking water in most regions of the U.S. contains a certain amount of fluoride to help protect your teeth from cavities. The addition of fluoride to water (which occurs naturally in some areas) began in 1945 in order to reduce dental decay. Although fluoride offers many benefits for your teeth, too much of it
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By |May 6th, 2015|Cosmetic Dentistry|Comments Off on Porcelain Veneers Can Eliminate Fluorosis Staining

Blog Entry dated 8/31/10 6:21 PM

Cosmetic Dentures are more than better denture teeth!

Years ago, I heard someone talking about riding in really good sports car.  They talked about how different the feel was from riding in a Mustang.  Since I have never ridden in a Lamborghini and probably never will, I will always have to wonder what the difference
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By |August 31st, 2010|Cosmetic Dentistry, Dental, Mouthguards PPM, sleep apnea, TMJ|Comments Off on Blog Entry dated 8/31/10 6:21 PM

What happens when the sweetness of low price is gone?

This last month, I have replaced 18 anteriors veneers that other dentist have done in the last 12 months.  Two of the three patients that I replaced the cosmetic veneers on had come to see me but gone elsewhere because of price.  Now the saddest thing of all is that they are paying for them
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By |July 2nd, 2010|Cosmetic Dentistry, Dental|Comments Off on What happens when the sweetness of low price is gone?

Every Dentist is a Cosmetic Dentist !!! So how do I chose a Real Cosmetic Dentist?

"Well if every one is, then how do I pick between dentist when I want or need some cosmetic dentistry?"
By |May 26th, 2010|Cosmetic Dentistry, Uncategorized|Comments Off on Every Dentist is a Cosmetic Dentist !!! So how do I chose a Real Cosmetic Dentist?

GI tract findings common with obstructive sleep apnea, snoring | Reuters | RT for Decision Makers in Respiratory Care

GI tract findings common with obstructive sleep apnea, snoring | Reuters | RT for Decision Makers in Respiratory Care.

It is important to note that Obstructive Sleep Apnea and Gastric Reflux are so closely related that it is almost assumed that they both exists at the same time.

If you have a chronic, low grade cough that
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By |October 9th, 2009|Cosmetic Dentistry, sleep apnea|Comments Off on GI tract findings common with obstructive sleep apnea, snoring | Reuters | RT for Decision Makers in Respiratory Care
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