Live Support

Learn how to get the smile you want

  • New Patient Special You Are Going to Like   (page 2)
  • Can Dentistry Really Be Friendly and Gentle?   (page 3)
  • Seven Things You Should Know in Picking a Dentist   (page 2)
  • Why Do People Get in Trouble with Their Teeth – the Answer May Surprise You   (page 7)
  • Smile Transformations You Gotta See   (page 7)
  • Leading Edge Technology for Quicker and Better Results   (page 8)
  • A Breakthrough Solution for Migraine and Chronic Headache Sufferers That Works!   (page 9)
  • Precision Dental Implants - Faster, More Comfortable – The Better Solution to the Problems of Missing Teeth   (page 10)
  • Bigger, Brighter, Whiter Smiles - How to Get Your Beautiful Smile   (page 14)
  • The Journy to Your Smile Makeover – What are the Steps?   (page 15)
  • One Visit Crowns are Now a Reality - Speed and Convenience   (page 17)
  • How To Look Years Younger Even if You Wear Dentures, The End of the "Denture Look" with Facelift Dentures   (page 18)
  • All About Dr Martin - Author, Teacher and Clinician - and Why You Should Know   (page 20)
  • Patients Speak – Real People Tell Real Stories about Their Experiences   (page 22)

Watch Your Teeth. Know Your Heart.

One of the leading causes of death in the US is heart disease. You probably already know that.
But have you heard about the connection between oral health and heart health?
There have been numerous studies performed by researchers in the past 10 years to understand why people with chronic gum disease (gingivitis and periodontitis) have a higher rate of heart disease than people with healthy gums. Some researchers believe that bacteria from your mouth can attack vulnerable, infected gums (caused by periodontal disease) and then move through the blood stream where the culprits can attack heart, arteries and other parts of your circulatory system. Others believe that the reverse is true; that heart disease causes infections of the mouth.
Quite honestly, the jury is still out on which is true.
But what is absolutely clear is that by getting your teeth examined regularly by a reputable dentist, not only can you maintain top-notch oral health. You can also get an early warning for heart disease.
. . . .yet another reason to find a dentist you are comfortable with and visit him or her regularly.
Be Sociable, Share!