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are smiles hereditary?
added on: April 22, 2016
hereditary

We’ve all heard the phrase, “He has his father’s smile!” And while that may be true when it comes to appearance, can it also mean children and parents can share the same likelihood for dental problems? At my St. Joseph dental office, we’d like to give you a little insight… Read More…


what’s the difference between silver and white fillings?
added on: April 12, 2016
fillings

If you’re like the majority of Americans, chances are you’ve needed to have a cavity filled at least once in your life, and that’s ok. There are several options for filling a cavity, and they’re all successful at helping to keep your teeth healthy. But while all types of fillings… Read More…


top 3 worst easter candies for your teeth
added on: March 23, 2016
Easter Candy

Another holiday traditionally packed full of sweets is upon us, and at my St. Joseph dental office, we’re all about sweet treats — in moderation. Moderation is key to any diet, especially when it comes to your oral health and sugar-loaded snacks. This Easter, try to avoid these top three… Read More…


which vitamins are most important for dental health?
added on: March 10, 2016
Vitamin

A healthy body relies on receiving enough vitamins in order to function properly. Your mouth is no different. Some of the same vitamins crucial for optimal whole-body wellness are necessary for a healthy mouth. At my St. Joseph dental office, we’re here to explain which vitamins are sure to make… Read More…


looking for love? smile!
added on: February 24, 2016
smiling

Love starts with the first glance, right? The first thing someone notices about you had better be attractive. So what do people notice first? Not surprisingly, the first thing is your eyes and the second is your smile. That means if you aren’t smiling, you just might be missing out… Read More…


smother your valentine with minty-fresh kisses
added on: February 10, 2016
kissing

Everyone wants to share a kiss and a smile on Valentine’s Day. Make sure your mouth is ready for it! A good way to start is by having your teeth cleaned. This not only freshens and brightens your teeth, it can really help clear away any lingering bad breath problems… Read More…


smiles and success: the correlation between your grin and your job
added on: January 20, 2016
career

We’d all like to believe we were hired for our brains, our passion for the job, and because we were the best fit all around. Unfortunately, that’s not always true. Everyone at my St. Joseph dental office wants you to know that, while it may sound incredibly superficial, the way… Read More…


top 5 resolutions for a healthy smile
added on: January 6, 2016
new year

New Year’s resolutions are made each and every time the ball drops in Times Square and we all sing Auld Lang Syne. Resolutions give us hope for a better, more successful, healthier year. But unfortunately nearly half of all resolutions fail within six months. At my St. Joseph dental office,… Read More…


2016 – it’s the year to get serious about dental health
added on: December 16, 2015

Everyone is busy gearing up for a new year. Here at my St. Joseph dental office, we’ve been working on our New Year’s resolution lists too. What’s on yours? More exercise? More time to relax? A new hobby? Whatever is on your list already, I’d like to suggest that you… Read More…


the nightly grind – battling bruxism while you sleep
added on: December 2, 2015

As the holidays approach, so can major stress. I mean, really, we are all stressed enough as it is, so the stress of preparing for the holidays can put us right over the top. I often see more patients in these high-stress times than ever. Why? Bruxism. What is Bruxism?… Read More…


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