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Oral Cancer Awareness Month

November is Oral Cancer Awareness Month. Oral cancer accounts for about 3% of all cancer cases in the United States each year.  What Is Oral Cancer? Oral cancer is an umbrella term for several cancers that affect the mouth and throat. This includes cancer of the tongue, lips, gums, and

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TMJ Awareness Month

Do you struggle with jaw pain or difficulty chewing? These can be symptoms of TMJ Dysfunction, a common disorder that affects the jaw. TMJ stands for temporomandibular joint. This joint is responsible for the function and movement of your joint and is located just in front of your ear. When

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How Sugar Can Affect Your Teeth

You’ve undoubtedly heard that eating too much sugar is not good for your teeth, but you may have never learned exactly why that’s the case. Sugar can cause a range of problems, and it’s important to know how you can prevent these issues and protect your oral health. Sugar and

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Pregnancy and Dental Care

Your oral health impacts your overall health, which is why pregnant women should make sure to take dental care just as seriously as any other health concern during pregnancy. Here’s what you should know about dental care before, during, and after your pregnancy. Before Your Pregnancy If you’re planning on

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Gum Care Awareness Month

September is National Gum Care Month, a month in which you can take the time to learn a bit more about the importance of proper gum care. Gum disease is a serious condition that can lead to tooth loss, which is why it’s important to do everything you can to

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Acidic Foods and How They Affect Your Teeth

You’ve probably heard quite a bit about how excessive sugar consumption can be detrimental to your oral health, but you should be aware of a less-discussed enemy of your teeth: acidic foods.  Let’s take a look at some of those foods, how they can damage your smile, and how you

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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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Oral Cancer Awareness Month

November is Oral Cancer Awareness Month. Oral cancer accounts for about 3% of all cancer cases in the United States each year.  What Is Oral Cancer? Oral cancer is an umbrella term for several cancers that affect the mouth and throat. This includes cancer of the tongue, lips, gums, and

Read More »

TMJ Awareness Month

Do you struggle with jaw pain or difficulty chewing? These can be symptoms of TMJ Dysfunction, a common disorder that affects the jaw. TMJ stands for temporomandibular joint. This joint is responsible for the function and movement of your joint and is located just in front of your ear. When

Read More »

How Sugar Can Affect Your Teeth

You’ve undoubtedly heard that eating too much sugar is not good for your teeth, but you may have never learned exactly why that’s the case. Sugar can cause a range of problems, and it’s important to know how you can prevent these issues and protect your oral health. Sugar and

Read More »

Pregnancy and Dental Care

Your oral health impacts your overall health, which is why pregnant women should make sure to take dental care just as seriously as any other health concern during pregnancy. Here’s what you should know about dental care before, during, and after your pregnancy. Before Your Pregnancy If you’re planning on

Read More »

Gum Care Awareness Month

September is National Gum Care Month, a month in which you can take the time to learn a bit more about the importance of proper gum care. Gum disease is a serious condition that can lead to tooth loss, which is why it’s important to do everything you can to

Read More »

Acidic Foods and How They Affect Your Teeth

You’ve probably heard quite a bit about how excessive sugar consumption can be detrimental to your oral health, but you should be aware of a less-discussed enemy of your teeth: acidic foods.  Let’s take a look at some of those foods, how they can damage your smile, and how you

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

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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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