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Happy Holidays to You and Your Families!

I never tire of hearing patients tell me how impressed they are by my staff and the positive energy we have at the office. I am so lucky to be surrounded by a team of talented, personable women (and one … Continue reading

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Fluoride Toothpaste Use for Young Children

There is constant concern and debate about whether or not young children should use toothpaste, should it have fluoride and how much should they use.  Parents are generally worried that their child will swallow toothpaste, and therefore, have too much … Continue reading

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PerioProtect®: Advancement in Gum Disease Treatment

Patients who suffer from gingivitis and gum disease are always asking us what else they can do to treat their disease. For years, our answer has always been the same: brush and floss in the hopes that it will make … Continue reading

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Should you replace all your amalgam fillings?

  If you watched a recent episode on Dr. Oz, you would initially think that everyone should race to the dentist and have all their amalgam (silver) fillings removed because of mercury vapors that are released from amalgams.  Sensationalism makes … Continue reading

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Dental Care for Infants and Children

  Caring for your child’s teeth begins the moment they are born. Kelly Olsen, our hygienist, has prepared some information on dental care for your infants and children: Newborn dental care When babies are born, you should wipe their gums … Continue reading

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Preparing your child for their first dental visit

According to the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry (AAPD), a child’s first dental visit should be scheduled 6 months after the first tooth appears in the mouth or by their first birthday. This visit is primarily an exam to check … Continue reading

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Enjoying the Mundane

A good friend who knows how much I love to cook gave me a wonderful Christmas present: Thomas Keller’s French Laundry cookbook. Part of my fascination is certainly the food – the spectacular recipes, the food combinations and the presentation … Continue reading

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Hurricane Sandy and the Community’s Response

  I’ve been overwhelmed at the incredible response of our community following Hurricane Sandy.  The outpouring of concern for one another and the positive attitudes considering the loss of power has been amazing. The town of Madison should be commended … Continue reading

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Children, Airway, Snoring and ADHD

I was at meeting of a group of physicians, dentists, speech and physical therapists, other health care providers and the public that works to educate and provide integrated care for children and adults.  The focus of the meeting was airway … Continue reading

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