Category Archives: Oral Health

What Do You Really Know About Fluoride?

You think you know fluoride, eh? Beyond its inclusion on virtually every toothpaste and mouthwash, what else do you know about this compound of the element fluorine? If you’re a boomer, you probably first started hearing about fluoride when you were a little kid in the 40s, 50s, and 60s. This was the time fluoride […]


Like Aretha, Show Your Teeth a Little R-E-S-P-E-C-T

Most people take the health of their teeth for granted: they rarely floss, brush haphazardly, open bottles with them, chew ice, and don’t even schedule regular cleanings and checkups. Most people pay far more attention to their car oil change appointments. Where’s the love? Where’s the respect? But if you take care of your teeth, […]


Bad Breath? It Takes More Than Mouthwash

Bad breath – everyone worries about having it, but many people don’t really know what the causes behind it are… and what that breath can be telling you. There are dozens of things that can cause bad breath. Almost all of those issues can be addressed and corrected easily. Some of the options include: Hygiene […]


Habits Healthy People Have

Chances are you know someone who seems to have everything together and, even when things go wrong, they seem to come out on top. They are healthy, happy and satisfied with life. Is this something you want but don’t currently have? You can develop their habits to create an equally fulfilling life; one that is […]


8th World Congress of Oral Implantology

Dr Miller recently traveled to India for the 8th World Congress of Oral Implantology.  While there he attended lectures from some of the leading doctors in oral implantology in the world.  He also stayed after the conference for several days of hands on advanced bone grafting and implant placement at a local Indian hospital.  There, […]