We would like to wish all of our patients a happy, healthy, warm, and bright holiday! It’s always fun to share the holidays with Dr. Clemente, our favorite orthodontist. See you in 2018!
We would like to wish all of our patients a safe, warm, and healthy, and happy Thanksgiving! We’re thankful for each and every one of you.
After almost 25 years, Nanette has decided to retire and move to Florida. She has not only been a fabulous employee but a marvelous friend to all of us here at University Dental Care. We want to thank her and wish her and Johnny good health and happiness in their new adventure. We will Read More …
1. 60% of people don’t know that a sore jaw when combined with chest pain is a signal of a heart attack.
Inflammation anywhere in the body has been determined to be the root cause of many chronic diseases like heart disease, rheumatoid arthritis, etc. the mouth is a significant source of inflammation when gum disease is present. Gum inflammation usually has no symptoms – usually a only a dentist or hygienist can tell if you have Read More …
Similar to the advances in medicine, which allow robotic surgery with pinpoint accuracy, computer guided dentistry now offers dentists the opportunity to deliver minimally invasive procedures with outstanding aesthetics and precision accuracy.
You may read our blog and browse our website, but did you know that we have social media channels as well? Currently, we have a Facebook Page and a LinkedIn Company Page. We’ve had the Facebook since 2013, so you can take a trip down memory lane and revisit some of Dr. Rubin’s tips and Read More …
The average human produces 25,000 quarts (6,250 gallons) of saliva in a lifetime, which is enough to fill 2 swimming pools!
Many people grind or clench their teeth from time to time without causing any permanent damage, however, grinding on a regular basis has severe consequences.
Sharing questions taken from Dr. Rubin’s “Ask the Dentist” Home News column. Q: A porcelain crown just chipped. It was put in four years ago. I have since switched dentist about three years ago. Do you think the doctor who did the work would replace or repair it at no charge?