Every year more and more research is conducted that expands the scope of dentistry, thankfully 2017 will be no different. As we become aware of how the human body works, in particular how the tissues of the human mouth work, we can begin to utilize our existing technologies to better serve our patients. 2017 is also a chance for dentists and scientists a like to use our minds and create new dental technology that will rid our patients of their dental ailments. At the beginning of this year we already have three promising dental technologies that, if successful in their trials and with further experimentation,...Read more
We believe that starting the new year with a trip to the dentist is one of the most important things you can do for your health. Unfortunately according to a recent poll, approximately one third of American adults choose not to see a dentist at all. For some finances are an issue, others are terrified of the chair, and the last group does not understand what a large role oral health plays in the overall health of your body. For people seeking to become patients, choosing a dentist can also be an overwhelming challenge. With so many dentists...Read more
New Year’s Resolutions are a wonderful tradition that inspire everyone to become better in the new year. While losing weight, spending more time with friends and family, and quitting smoking top the list every year, most people skip over a resolution that can improve your health, and self esteem. This is, of course, resolving to maintain impeccable dental health. We may be a little bias as your Melbourne, Florida dentist, but keeping your teeth healthy is something you can practice every day for a more healthy new year. Here are a few tips on how to keep those dental resolutions all year round.Read more
Every day at our Melbourne, Florida dental practice we work hard to educate our patients about their oral health. We clean their teeth, fill cavities, place dental implants and other dental restorations, and teach them how they can keep their mouth healthy after they’ve gone home. One thing we don’t often mention in the office is to get more sleep, but perhaps we should because sleep may just be one of the most important aspects of oral health.Read more
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Straight teeth are a very desirable trait. Unfortunately we are not all born with a straight smile. Along with being aesthetically pleasing, a straight smile adds symmetry to our faces, is easier to clean, and allows us to eat and speak properly. Here at this Melbourne, Florida dental practice, we offer Invisalign as a treatment for malocclusion. While this option may not a perfect for everyone, it is a discrete and simple way to straighten teeth. You can call to make an appointment to see if Invisalign is right for you today.Read more