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Oral Health During a Pandemic

With the outbreak of the coronavirus, treatment for inflammation and the prevention of infection and disease is more important than ever. The human body can only handle so much inflammation, and the healthier a person is - the less chronic inflammation taxing the body...

Welcome to Oral Systemic Health Week 2018!

When I think of all the lifesaving information I hope to share with you this week, there is a single topic that stands apart…and it’s the opportunity to BREATHE! This simple need seems to sum up life as we know it! While this topic and the topic of sleep apnea therapy...

The Oral Systemic Connection of Pregnancy

Congratulations! You just found out that you are expecting a baby! You have so much to look forward to! Don't forget the dental health of you and your unborn baby! WHAT?   Pregnancy is the period from conception (when a woman's egg is fertilized) to birth....

The Oral Systemic Connection of Diabetes

What is Diabetes? Diabetes is a disease that occurs when your blood glucose, also called blood sugar, is too high. Blood glucose is your main source of energy and comes from the food you eat. Insulin, a hormone made by the pancreas, helps glucose from food get into...

Oral Systemic Connection of Heart Disease

Research has shown that periodontal disease is associated with several other diseases. For a long time it was thought that bacteria was the factor that linked periodontal disease to other disease in the body; however, more recent research demonstrates that...

Show Off Your Best Possible Smile

How can you improve the look and function of your smile? While preventive services such as checkups and cleanings support your hygienic rituals at home, your teeth and gums can become their absolute best through aesthetic services from your Newtown, PA,...

Restore Your Smile with CEREC Crowns

It’s always best to try to prevent problems before they occur, but sometimes a tooth becomes damaged, either through decay or because of an accident. In the past, if you needed a dental crown to fix a damaged tooth, it would take a couple of visits to get...

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