How to do exceptional cosmetic dentistry

October 17, 2012

Every dentist wants to provide their patients with caring, quality service that can restore form, function and a natural looking, pleasing smile. When we take on the responsibility of providing patients with cosmetic dentistry we directly impact their self-image. Consequently, before providing that service, we need to know as much as possible to determine if we can fulfill their expectations. Fortunately, this is easy to do if you use the following simple techniques:

A 2011 Resolution: Make a Difference

March 21, 2012

One in ten American families is affected by a disability. There are nearly 4.3 million Americans with intellectual and development disabilities, which include autism, cerebral palsy, Down Syndrome, epilepsy, traumatic brain injury and other cognitive disabilities.

What we can learn from lizards

March 21, 2012

December 14, 2010  | In an evolutionary sense, humans have little in common with the tuatara. The ancient lizard species, native to New Zealand, is the last in a genetic line that flourished some 200 million years ago. It features a number of properties that are rare or found nowhere else in nature today and thus is a prized specimen for evolutionary biologists to study.