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Orthodontics for Adults

Are you an adult who has misaligned teeth but you’re reluctant to get braces? It seems that braces are so closely associated with preteens and teenagers that there’s a stigma around getting them as an adult.  Fortunately for you, this blog is here to do away with that stigma so

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Men’s Health Month

June is National Men’s Health Month, which is as good a time as ever to finally make that change in your habits that you’ve been considering forever but have yet to get around to.  Whether it’s starting to exercise more or eat better or start seeing your doctor with greater

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Eating Disorders & Their Effect on Oral Health

According to the National Association of Anorexia Nervosa and Associated Disorders, 24 million people in the United States suffer from an eating disorder. Eating disorders are among the most dangerous mental illnesses because they affect both your mind and your body, causing deadly damage to organs and bones.  Eating disorders

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Oral Health Tips for Women’s Health Month

Each year, the country dedicates the month of May to promoting women’s health. One often-overlooked aspect of a woman’s overall well-being is oral health. On average, women experience more dental cavities during their reproductive years than men, making them prone to potential oral complications if those cavities go untreated.  There

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Dry Mouth Facts and Remedies

Although it’s not necessarily painful or life-threatening, dry mouth is still an unpleasant condition to deal with. While several remedies for dry mouth are often successful, the various causes of the condition can make it difficult to know which remedy might work best for you or when you should see

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Oral Cancer Awareness Month

April is Oral Cancer Awareness Month, which is as good a time as any to screen for this treatable but potentially deadly disease. It’s an unfortunate fact that oral cancer has a high death rate, likely because early symptoms are often painless, and it often times goes undiagnosed until it

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​​The Facts About Fluoride (Myths & Facts)

There’s a lot of conflicting information out there about the effects of fluoride on both your oral health and overall health. All this information can quickly become confusing and misleading. That’s why we’re here to help clear up a few of the most pervasive myths about the tooth-saving mineral and

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Spring Cleaning Your Smile

As warm weather rolls around, we begin to open our windows and embark on the annual spring cleaning, and most of us tend to start smiling a bit more. But that spring smile may actually not be as fresh as you’d like, especially if you haven’t been taking care of

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Dental Sealant FAQs

Cavities are a concern for patients of any age, and most people will need at least one filling at some point in their lives. But, did you know that there are dental treatments available to help prevent tooth decay?  A popular treatment is a dental sealant, which is a non-invasive

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Tips on Preventing Bad Breath

Everyone is a victim of bad breath at some point in their lives, but it doesn’t have to be a persistent problem! Bad breath has many different causes; however, it’s possible to evade them with a suitable home oral care routine and regular dental appointments.  To help you prevent bad

Read More »

Orthodontics for Adults

Are you an adult who has misaligned teeth but you’re reluctant to get braces? It seems that braces are so closely associated with preteens and teenagers that there’s a stigma around getting them as an adult.  Fortunately for you, this blog is here to do away with that stigma so

Read More »

Men’s Health Month

June is National Men’s Health Month, which is as good a time as ever to finally make that change in your habits that you’ve been considering forever but have yet to get around to.  Whether it’s starting to exercise more or eat better or start seeing your doctor with greater

Read More »

Eating Disorders & Their Effect on Oral Health

According to the National Association of Anorexia Nervosa and Associated Disorders, 24 million people in the United States suffer from an eating disorder. Eating disorders are among the most dangerous mental illnesses because they affect both your mind and your body, causing deadly damage to organs and bones.  Eating disorders

Read More »

Oral Health Tips for Women’s Health Month

Each year, the country dedicates the month of May to promoting women’s health. One often-overlooked aspect of a woman’s overall well-being is oral health. On average, women experience more dental cavities during their reproductive years than men, making them prone to potential oral complications if those cavities go untreated.  There

Read More »

Dry Mouth Facts and Remedies

Although it’s not necessarily painful or life-threatening, dry mouth is still an unpleasant condition to deal with. While several remedies for dry mouth are often successful, the various causes of the condition can make it difficult to know which remedy might work best for you or when you should see

Read More »

Oral Cancer Awareness Month

April is Oral Cancer Awareness Month, which is as good a time as any to screen for this treatable but potentially deadly disease. It’s an unfortunate fact that oral cancer has a high death rate, likely because early symptoms are often painless, and it often times goes undiagnosed until it

Read More »

​​The Facts About Fluoride (Myths & Facts)

There’s a lot of conflicting information out there about the effects of fluoride on both your oral health and overall health. All this information can quickly become confusing and misleading. That’s why we’re here to help clear up a few of the most pervasive myths about the tooth-saving mineral and

Read More »

Spring Cleaning Your Smile

As warm weather rolls around, we begin to open our windows and embark on the annual spring cleaning, and most of us tend to start smiling a bit more. But that spring smile may actually not be as fresh as you’d like, especially if you haven’t been taking care of

Read More »

Dental Sealant FAQs

Cavities are a concern for patients of any age, and most people will need at least one filling at some point in their lives. But, did you know that there are dental treatments available to help prevent tooth decay?  A popular treatment is a dental sealant, which is a non-invasive

Read More »

Tips on Preventing Bad Breath

Everyone is a victim of bad breath at some point in their lives, but it doesn’t have to be a persistent problem! Bad breath has many different causes; however, it’s possible to evade them with a suitable home oral care routine and regular dental appointments.  To help you prevent bad

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I've been a patient of Dr. Piper's for the last 19 years so it's very obvious that I've been a very very satisfied patient. I had an excellent full check-up today with x-rays and everything was perfect. Perfect because I've been going consistently and following their experts on dental care, cleaning and good health! Bravo 👏 👏 👏
Deborah M.
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Dr. Piper and staff are always very professional, I have been a patient for over 15 years, and happy about it. Just got my teeth cleaned and checked recently, Sandra is friendly and thorough, and the office felt very clean which is important.
Tom T.
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Staff were fast and attentive, didn't wait long before I saw Dr. Piper. The office is clean and organized. Was a great decision to use this practice and will be visiting again. Not a single issue. Cannot recommend enough.
Ted M.
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Thank you Sandra, for my teeth cleaning....I had a great experience, I do love getting my teeth cleaned! Piper Family Dentistry rocks...😁.
Deborah W.
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