Tips For Parents Bringing Children To The Dentist

Posted by Ralph Reilly on January 30, 2018

Every parent knows that a children’s behavior is not predictable 100% of the time.

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How To Choose A Pediatric​ ​Dentist​ For Your Family

Posted by Ralph Reilly on January 25, 2018

Every parent wants the best in everything for their child, and rightfully so. We are here to take care of them and to meet their needs. Finding the best doctors and dentists may seem like an intimidating feat but we are here to help!

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5 Tips For Choosing A Family​ ​Dentist​ ​In​ ​New​ ​Jersey

Posted by Ralph Reilly on January 23, 2018
Just like looking for the right family doctor, looking for family dentist can be a little worrisome. You want to find the 
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Checklist: How's Your Smile?

Posted by Ralph Reilly on October 5, 2017

Did you know your smile or lack thereof could cost you financially? Attractive men and women get paid an average of somewhere between 4% and 14% more than their less attractive co-workers who hold the same positions or titles?

Is your smile catching eyes for all the right reasons or all the wrong reasons? People will notice your smile no matter what. They’ll notice you hide it behind your hand. They will see your half smile and wonder if you are being disingenuous or wonder if your are hiding something. Or maybe they will see your smile light up your face and your beautiful personality shine through.

Time for some self evaluation! Grab a pen, get to a mirror and shine a bright light on those teeth. Now as you look over your teeth start going over the checklist below so you can see just where your smile factor stands.

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Case Study- Why Tim No Longer Needs Monthly Blood Transfusions

Posted by Ralph Reilly on October 3, 2017

It was a day like most any other day, except this day, Tim, one of our new patients had a very unusual and challenging situation. During the evaluation process Tim mentioned he had to get a blood transfusion once a month just to live! I looked at him in amazement and asked what was going on.

He said “Well, my own blood seems to get toxic and my blood cells are dying faster than they should so, I have to get a transfusion every month to live.”

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