According to the American Dental Association, what you eat is what your teeth are.
Pediatric Dentist Advice: How to Tell Your Child Has a Cavity A pediatric dentist can tell you some things are just unavoidable in the life as a child, and cavities are one of those instances. With all the prodding and encouragement to brush and floss well every day, and to make healthy food choices, your … Continue reading Pediatric Dentist Advice: How to Tell Your Child Has a Cavity
Heart attack survivors who suffer advanced gum disease show significantly higher levels of a protein in their blood called C-reactive protein (CRP) than such patients without gum disease, new University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill research indicates.The findings, presented Sunday (Nov. 12) during a news conference at the annual American Heart Association meeting in … Continue reading New research finds link between gum disease, acute heart
Dr. Paul o& Benjamin Ganjian of Next Generation Dental have been recognized as an Invisalign Premier Pr vider, placing them among the top five percent of Invisalign practitioners in North America. Each year, Align Technology, Inc., the inventor of Invisalign, a clear, removable method of straightening teeth without wires and brackets, will award Premier Provider … Continue reading Invisalign Premier Provider