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  • What Is Dental Bonding?
    Dental bonding, one of the treatments provided by your Easton and Salisbury, MD, dentist, Dr. John Louis of the Centers for Specialized Dentistry, can help you enhance your smile. The Read more
  • Are You Struggling With Sleep Apnea?
    Sleep apnea is a common disorder that impacts nightly rest, overall health, daily function, and interpersonal relationships. At the Centers for Specialized Dentistry in Easton, MD, Dr. John Louis offers Read more
  • What You Need to Know About Cosmetic Dentistry
    Cosmetic dentistry is a branch of dentistry focused on improving the appearance of your smile. Procedures are available for addressing a variety of cosmetic concerns, such as chipped teeth or Read more
  • How Cosmetic Dentistry Can Improve Your Smile
    People choose cosmetic dentistry to repair a defect in their smile such as a malformed bite, or crooked teeth.  Whatever the reason, the ultimate goal is to restore your smile Read more
  • Developing a Good Oral Care Routine
    Would you like to avoid oral health problems? Although regular visits to your Salisbury and Easton, MD, dentist, Dr. John Louis are important, good oral care habits are just as Read more
  • This Month’s Reading: Diet and Oral Health
    Let’s Raise Awareness of Oral Cancer THE AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY estimates that over 53,000 people will get oral cavity or oropharyngeal cancer in 2020. The death rate of these types of Read more
  • Diet and Oral Health
    WHAT WE EAT and drink obviously plays a big role in our overall health, but in a way, it affects our oral health twice. Food and drink affect teeth and Read more
  • Sweets for the sweet…but what about your teeth?
    Even as adults, sweets tend to bring out the kid in us. Nothing quite satisfies like a good piece of candy! But, as we get older, besides affecting our waistlines, sweets can also affect our gum lines. So, how best to survive holidays that are traditionally surrounded by sugar? Read more
  • Five Simple Ways to Stay Heart Healthy
    Five Simple Ways to Stay Heart Healthy   When it comes to keeping your heart in good shape, you’ve probably heard it all before: eat a healthy share of vegetables, limit meats, cut carbs, Read more

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