Time flies! Next month will be the one year anniversary of our office
since grand opening. Though a small, family-run dental office, we focus
on quality dental work and superior customer service at an affordable
price. Thanks to the trust of many loyal patients like yourself, our
office keeps growing constantly, expanding services to more and more
families in the local community.
In this tough economy, in reward to all of our great customers, we
decide to offer a 5 year limited warranty on our restorative dental
work, including crown, bridge, onlay/inlay, veneers, and composite
fillings, under the condition that you keep your 6 month check ups and
cleaning at our office.
If you have been thinking about improving your smile, you may be a
good candidate for cosmetic dentistry. Take a few moments to ask
yourself the following questions:
- Are you embarrassed about smiling in front of people?
- Do you ever cover your mouth to hide your teeth?
- Do you wish your teeth were whiter?
- Would you like to change the shape of your teeth or gums?
- Do you have gaps or spaces between your teeth?
- Are you considering braces for that perfect smile?
you answered yes to any of the above, you may be a candidate for
cosmetic dentistry. In fact, anyone who is unhappy with the appearance
of his or her smile is a candidate for cosmetic dentistry. A smile
makeover can change your life - make you look and feel younger, more
attractive and more confident. Request an appointment or call our
office to schedule a personal consultation.
Invisible braces, including clearcorrect and Invisalign, use a series of clear aligners that are custom-molded to
fit you. The virtually invisible aligners gradually reposition your
teeth into a smile you'll be proud of.
- Remove your aligners to eat, brush and floss
- Change aligners every three weeks
- Your teeth move little by little
- Regular progress checks with your dentist
- Results often in 6 months to 1 year
Why people prefer Invisible Braces
The convenience and ease of use of the invisible aligners have made them
the choice of over half a million people.
Periodontitis (Gum disease) in the US may be as much as 50% more common than previously thought, according to new research from the CDC and American Academy of Periodontology (AAP).
A pilot study of 450 American adults found significantly higher levels of periodontal disease than expected.
Previous estimates of periodontitis in the US relied on partial-mouth examinations. When full-mouth periodontal
exams were conducted instead, researchers discovered significantly more
periodontal disease, leading them to suspect that previous estimates may have
underestimated the population's level of gum disease by up to 50%.
According to the American Dental Association, there is recent good
news about progress against cancer. It is now easier than ever to detect
oral cancer early, when the opportunity for a cure is great. Currently
only half of all patients diagnosed with oral cancer survive more than
As a previous oral surgeon in China, plus my further training in oral pathology, I always do a thorough oral cancer screening for each patient at every exam, to ensure that
early signs of cancer and pre-cancerous conditions are identified.
Periodontal diseases, including gingivitis
and periodontitis, are serious infections that, left untreated, can lead
to tooth loss. The word periodontal literally means 'around the tooth'.
Periodontal disease is a chronic bacterial infection that affects the
gums and bone supporting the teeth.
It is estimated that over 80%
adults have periodontal diseases, which is also linked to many
systematic diseases, including diabetes, heart disease, stroke, etc.
disease can affect one tooth or many teeth.