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Nomad Radiographic Unit

  • January, 2012

Smiles has a cool new tool. The "Nomad" xray unit is portable, easy to use and delivers the lowest possible amount of radiation. Due to it's unique design, the operator of this device does not even need protective wear when…

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AAPD Policy On Stem Cells

  • October, 2011

Every year, the AAPD issues a Reference Manual with updates on the guidelines of pediatric dental care in the United States. The Purpose of the Manual is to encourage a diverse audience to provide the highest possible level of care…

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Emily’s Drawing

  • May, 2011

Our friend Emily was sweet enough to draw a picture for us when she came in for her last checkup. We figured we'd like to share it with all of you!

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St. Timothy School Art

  • May, 2011

The Pre-K and Kindergarten students at St. Timothy School sent us the most lovely art work to thank us for teaching them about healthy teeth. We thought we would share with all of you. Enjoy!

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Warner Ave. School Visit

  • March, 2011

The Smiles Team visited the kindergarten and first grade classes at Warner Elementary School this month. The students were great helpers and wonderful artists. Check out the poster and pictures the students made for our team below.

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2011 Dental Health Month

  • February, 2011

February is the month that most schools educate their students about dental health and the Smiles team is on the go visiting the schools in our community. The Smiles team is scheduled to visit schools around our office throughout the…

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Seal Out Dental Decay!

  • October, 2010

The Journal of The California Dental Association featured dental sealants in it's October 2010 issue. Several articles appeared in the issue to provide the dental health professional with sound scientific and evidence-based data on the use and placement of dental…

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Smiles Uses Xylitol

  • August, 2010

The "Smiles" team has a new flavor. Xylitol is an all natural sweetner extracted from fruit and vegetable fibers. It is being placed as a sweetner in chewing gum, breath mints, infant oral drops and in oral wipes. Studies have…

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