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Are Dental X-Rays Safe?

Many wonder: “Are dental x-rays safe?” Here are the facts you need to help you decide what is best for you and your family’s dental care.

Sleep Apnea: Is It a Big Deal?

Sleep apnea contributes to 450,000 death per year. So, yes! It is a big deal if you don’t undergo the proper channels to treat this deadly disease. If you believe you or a loved one have sleep apnea, you’re not alone. In America, sleep apnea affects more than 12 million people. In honor of Sleep […]

What to Expect During Your Dental Appointment [Infographic]

Has it been a while since your last dental appointment? If so, you’re not alone! According to the CDC, only 64% of adults have had a dental visit within the past year. However, a dental checkup and cleaning can have vast benefits for your oral health as well as your overall health. Additionally, times have […]

Say “I Do” to the Perfect Smile with Invisalign

  Did you recently get engaged? First, we at Smile Designs by Dr. Karen Cooper want to say “congratulations!” While you’re trying to find the perfect venue, the perfect dress, and the perfect photographer, have you asked yourself, “Do I have the perfect smile?” Say “yes” to the dress your perfect wedding-day smile with Invisalign®! Invisalign® […]

How to Begin 2017 with a Solid Dental Routine [Free Download]

  As the year comes to an end, you no doubt have thought about what your life will look like in 2017. But have you considered what your smile will look like in 2017, or for that matter, in 2027? Your smile’s future health and appearance depend largely on how you define your dental routine […]

Protect Your Smile by Checking for These 6 Signs of Gum Disease

Gum disease is one of the least noticeable yet most common oral conditions worldwide. Given gum disease’s potentially serious yet invisible signs, how can you protect yourself from losing your smile? Gum disease is no laughing matter. Millions of Americans are diagnosed with it each year and millions more remain untreated, leading to rapid decay […]