5 Must-Read Heath Books

Raise your hand if you need another diet book in your life. That’s what we thought 🙂 Traipse through your local bookstore and you will get to choose from thousands of titles related to health, weight-loss, short-term diets, and long-term “remove all fun from eating” regimens. Not to mention, you’ll see several covers featuring perfect bodies, which might be as demotivating as the prescriptions on the inside. We’re going to suggest some books that return us to whole foods eating, which means you can eat good food and enjoy it too. Read one, read all, or just read the first and last page. We’re sure you’ll find something you like in each… Read more

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Electronic Cigarettes: Are they any better for your health?

If you’re a smoker looking to quit, electronic cigarettes may look to be the perfect panacea; providing the familiar look and feel of a cigarette without the drawbacks of tobacco. Understanding how accurate this viewpoint is, however, is the question you should ask yourself, and given the product’s lack of real history in the marketplace, getting a conclusive answer will take time. The best approach, then, is to get the facts as they exist now, so you can make as informed a decision as is possible. We’d like to help… Read more

Patients with Heart Conditions: Why Your Dentist Needs to Know

If you have heart disease, a heart condition even as minor as a murmur, or have recently had heart surgery, it’s important to let your dentist know about your condition before your visit. Taking this extra precaution can be vitally important to safeguarding your health… Read more


Tired of Staring at that Chipped Tooth in the Mirror? There’s a Simple Fix Available!

If your smile has an imperfection you’ve always wanted to fix, your dentist may have an easy solution for you called cosmetic bonding. In fact, you may already be familiar with the bonding process and the materials used if you’ve had a cavity repaired using a tooth colored filling. The same material is used in cosmetic bonding to correct blemishes, gaps and irregular sized teeth because of its ability to mimic the color and translucency of our actual teeth. The procedure is also fairly simple, and can be completed in your dentist’s office with very little or no preparation… Read more