Recent posts

The Fix for Discolored Teeth

The number one cosmetic complaint I hear is “Doctor, I hate the color of my teeth. What can I do?” The discoloration of tooth enamel can be caused by aging, staining or damage to the teeth by some medications. Some lucky people are genetically programmed to have bright, white teeth while others do not. Tooth… Read More »

Replacing a Missing Tooth

One of the things people fear most is the loss of a tooth. The reasons for loss range from accidental injury to disease. The good news is that there are more options for replacing a missing tooth today. The choice is typically between using a dental bridge to replace the missing tooth or the more… Read More »

Gum Disease Linked to Strokes

When we think about chronic diseases which can lead to a stroke we usually think of things like high blood pressure and diabetes but now we need to add gum disease to that list. Didn’t think that gum disease was really all that important? Many people don’t but research over the past several years has… Read More »

Gotta "Go" at Night – Might Be Sleep Apnea

Researchers at Ben-Gurion University have shown that many older men who thought they were waking in the night to go to the bathroom because of enlarged prostates were actually being awakened by obstructive sleep apnea! This is great news for those men because getting the sleep disorder diagnosed and treated can probably allow them a… Read More »

Welcome to our new Blog!

Welcome to our new updated website and blog. Here we will periodically post thoughts and ruminations on oral health. Our first topic is the new tag line that you’ve seen on the home page, “Take a Big Bite out of Life!” So what’s up with that? It really sums up a good chunk of my… Read More »


Welcome to my blog!  Within this regularly updated feature of my website, I will provide visitors with practice news and specials, as well as information regarding the most recent technological advances and new treatments in general, cosmetic, implant & laser dentistry. I believe that patient education and open communication with your doctor are the keys… Read More »