Oral Cancer Awareness Month

April is oral cancer awareness month. There are approximately 54,540 new oral cancer cases diagnosed in the United States every year. There are approximately 11,580 deaths from oral cancer in the United States every year. Oral cancer occurs most often on the tongue, the tonsils and oropharynx, which is the part of the throat behind

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Sleep Disordered Breathing

Sleep disordered breathing also known, as sleep apnea is a very serious disorder in which you stop breathing while you sleep. Not only is it very serious, but it is also very common with an estimated 30 million adults in the US having obstructive sleep apnea. It is also estimated that worldwide approximately1 billion people

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National Children’s Dental Health Month

February is the month for celebrating the dental health of children. The ADA recommends kids have their first dental check up 6 months after their first tooth erupts. Although the first few visits to the dentist will just be taking a peek, it is important to start young. Early diagnosis of cavities can lead to

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New Year, New Benefits!

Now that the New Year is here that means most dental insurances have renewed. That means now is the best time to get to know what your plan has to offer and make sure to take advantage of all of your benefits. Dental insurance may seem tricky to understand so we will go over some

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COVID-19 Office Update

It is always our number one priority to keep our patients safe. We will continue to use our universal precautions. We will be adding additional precautions recommended by the CDC and ADA due to the current threat of the COVID-19 virus. Please be advised of the following: If you have traveled outside the country, you

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16 Oct

Let us buy your candy and win a free electric toothbrush!

The month of October is dedicated to practicing good oral hygiene. Did you know that an unhealthy mouth, especially if you have gingivitis or periodontal disease, may increase your risk of very serious health problems? These include, but are not limited to, heart attack, stroke, poorly controlled diabetes, and preterm labor. According to the National

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13 Feb

Meet our new Hygienist, Lindsay

Lindsay was born in Southern California, and moved to Vermont when she was two years old. She attended the University of Vermont for two years prior to transferring to Vermont Technical College School of Dental Hygiene where she graduated in 2014. Lindsay had always wanted to go into the medical field and a large decision

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13 Nov
teeth whitening

Service Spotlight: Teeth Whitening in North Las Vegas

We would probably all like to have some A-list, movie-star good looks, but as your dentist, I can only help with your teeth. Fortunately, teeth whitening is a quick and effective way to improve your smile and roll back the effects of time. Our teeth become discolored for two primary reasons. We typically start out

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