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Our mission is:

Consistency, Responsibility, Accountability, Initiative

We are:

Dedicated to providing the highest quality oral health care in a cheerful and caring environment with a commitment to uncompromised personal and professional service for each patient.

To our patients:

We are committed to honest and open communication to build long-lasting relationships built on mutual respect and trust. Through comprehensive individualized treatment plans, we seek to assure the wants and needs of each patient are recognized and fulfilled and instill a desire for achieving and maintaining optimum oral health.

Our patients are the reason we exist as an organization, and our objective is to make each patient an ambassador for continued growth and success.

To our staff:

We are committed to the hiring and development of the finest individuals in dentistry and rely on our knowledge, dedication and energy to provide superior service. Our quality and performance are based on teamwork and communication, and we provide continuing education for personal and professional growth.

To our profession:

We are committed to remaining at the forefront of dental technology and techniques that make us the leaders in our profession. We associate with quality oriented specialists and laboratories that share our commitment to excellence and contribute greatly to our success.

To our community:

We are committed to building on our reputation as an organization that gives its time and talents to enhance the community it serves.

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Signs and Symptoms of Advanced Dental Disease Including Periodontal (Gum) Disease


Chronic disease anywhere in the body is insidious, thus advanced symptoms may only appear late after significant damage has occurred. Warning signs of advanced dental disease include:

- Redness, tenderness, pain, swollen gums
- Bleeding while brushing, flossing or biting into an apple
- Insufficient long term flossing over a lifetime
- Receding gums, frequently described ‘getting long in the tooth’
- Teeth moving or shifting
- Loose teeth
- Appliances no longer fit comfortably
- Previous history of tooth loss including parents
- History of smoking, diabetes or other metabolic diseases

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