Blog Archive

Our newest team member! Sep 2nd, 2019

Congratulations to our dental assistant, Griselda, on the birth of her third child. Baby Victoria joined her siblings on August 31st. She is a beautiful, healthy girl and we welcome her to our dental family also. Griselda is back from maternity leave and just celebrated her 15th year with Dentistry...

Dental Crowns, Onlays and Inlays Aug 12th, 2019

Dr. Miller has perfected the art of making in- office crowns with the use ofour amazing Cerec Machine, which we featured in a previous newsletter. Wehave received such positive feedback from you, our patients, who appreciatethe fact that crowns are started and finished in one visit. No temporaries areneeded while...

Brightening Your Smile! Jun 24th, 2019

Did you know that one of the first things we notice when we meet a new person is there teeth?  One of the best ways to create a better first impression can be smiling with a brighter smile!  Over the past 20 years, teeth whitening has become a very sought...

Staff Spotlight! Jun 10th, 2019

Maggie has been with DENTISTRY IN PARADISE for almost two years. She has been a dental assistant since 2003 and is a pleasure to have in our office. Her hobbies include working out at the gym and she has recently completed acourse on eyelash extensions. Maggie also loves cooking and...

Summertime and the living is easy! May 13th, 2019

SUMMER can bring fun vacations which may also mean a break from routines. Don’t take a vacation from your good oral hygiene habits! Remember to pack that toothbrush and floss and continue to use them daily. Extra sweets along with the traditional BBQ menu, including corn on the cob, make...

New Office Apr 29th, 2019

Dentistry in Paradise has moved to our new office space. You will find us in Suite 109, which is next door to our previous location. We are so pleased with the remodel and our patients are as well. We want to extend a warm welcome to those of you who...

E - Cigarettes, Vaping and Its Effect on Oral Health Mar 25th, 2019

The negative effects of smoking cigarettes have been noted for years, in both overall and oral health. Many people have switched to vaping thinking that it is safer than smoking. The research is still out on that debate but we do know that it can damage your oral health.  ...

3 ways to change your smile Mar 4th, 2019

The most well-known of the options and the one that comes first to most people’s minds, are porcelain veneers.  Porcelain veneers are thin porcelain “facings” that cover the front surface of teeth to straighten or mask colors of the teeth.  Advantages of porcelain veneers are the rigidity and high strength...

CEREC Technology Feb 18th, 2019

"Dentistry in Paradise is excited to announce that we now offer same day crowns with CEREC technology.  CEREC means Ceramic Reconstruction and was developed over 25 years ago in Zurich, Switzerland.  The program is a complex digital software and milling device that is able to provide high strength and high...

Your dentist says you have GINGIVITIS, now what?? Feb 1st, 2019

First, let's understand what gingivitis is. Gingivitis is inflammation of the gum tissue. Gums can appear red, and "puffy". They may be tender when brushing and flossing, and they may bleed. Gingivitis is a mild form of gum disease that can be reversed with good homecare and regular dental visits....

Silver Diamine Fluoride, another great tool for fighting tooth decay...without the drill! Jan 21st, 2019

  Silver diamine fluoride, although an old medicament used over a century ago, is one of the hottest topics in dentistry over the last couple of years.  Large amounts of current research have shown silver diamine fluoride to very effective in the treatment of tooth sensitivity and arresting (or halting) the...

Did you know your oral health can effect the health of your whole body? Jan 21st, 2019

Did you know that the condition of your teeth and gums has a direct impact on your overall health?  Numerous studies have shown strong associations between oral health and a variety of health concerns.  These include heart disease, stroke, diabetes and complications in pregnancy.  In this blog post, we would like to explore...