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8 reasons to love clear aligners

8 Reasons to Choose Clear Aligners Over Metal Braces

  Have you been putting off getting your smile straightened because you’d rather not be seen with metal brackets and wires all over your teeth? Traditional braces can take years to successfully straighten your smile – all the while you are dealing with eating restrictions, the endless struggle of brushing and flossing around all those […]

To floss or not to floss? The importance of flossing has recently been questioned.

Flossing: Important or Not? [Infographic]

      There has recently been some controversy over the importance of flossing – is flossing really necessary to maintain healthy teeth? Despite conflicting reports, dentists defend keeping flossing a priority. Don’t toss your floss into the trash just yet – there are several sound reasons to keep flossing a part of your daily oral care […]

You can maintain healthy teeth while traveling with these essential tips.

8 Tips to Maintain Healthy Teeth While Traveling

What are your travel plans this summer? Whether you’re planning a long weekend at the beach, a rustic camping adventure, or an international getaway, no doubt you’re excited about your upcoming escape. The house-sitter is booked, your bags are packed…but do you have everything you need to maintain healthy teeth while traveling? It can be easy […]

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Revery In Old Greenwood Is One of Our Fav Places And Here’s Why!

Just 15 minutes from downtown Indianapolis is a little gem, Old Greenwood. This historic district is full of old world charm and has one of our team’s fav places for a fun family dinner or a romantic couple’s brunch. Cool, Old World Charm and Great Food! On the outside, Revery has a cool, old school […]

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Top 10 Dental Emergencies and What To Do About Them

  One of your worst fears is realized: You fell face first onto the concrete, and you felt that front tooth break. Panic mode ensues. What the heck are you going to do now? Don’t panic, we’ve got some answers for you. There are all types of dental emergencies and most of the time, the answer […]

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Technology in the Dental Office- Good for All!

I had a recent conversation with a prospective new Team member.  We started talking about technology and what it meant to the office.  I spoke about our Cerec “same day crown” machine, our digital x-ray and panoramic machine, as well as our Biolase MD Laser.  I was really excited to share what we are doing […]

Do You Suffer From Sleep Apnea? Take This Quick Test

Disruptive sleep apnea is actually very common, but often goes un-diagnosed or mis-diagnosed. If you suspect you might be suffering from sleep apnea take this quick test to determine if you have any of the common signs associated with sleep apnea. Do you experience any of the following: √Loud snoring √Choking or gasping for air √Extreme […]

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The Link Between Pancreatic Cancer and your Mouth

Here is the latest Blog from the ADA about ways to detect Pancreatic Cancer with Salvia testing. We are finding that many harmful bacteria can be found in your mouth and be related to so many life threatening conditions. Certain Oral Bacteria May Be Linked To Higher Risk Of Pancreatic Cancer, Study Suggests. The Washington […]

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Oral Cancer Awareness Month

April is Oral cancer awareness Month During the month of April Dr. Brad Sammons, your Indianapolis Dentist would like to spend the word about Oral Cancer. Did you know that close to 48,250 Americans will be diagnosed with oral or pharyngeal cancer this year? This will cause 9,575 deaths, killing 24 people a day which […]

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The Scary Side of Missing Teeth

The Scary Side of Missing Teeth – and What You Can Do About It Do you have one or more missing teeth? You’re not alone. According to the American Dental Association, the average adult between the ages of 20 and 64 has decayed or missing teeth. If the gap left by your missing teeth is […]