After it is all said & done … really … is there a difference in who is the dentist? Only the client can answer and not the insurance company customer service department or the marketing pamphlet of a product claiming pertinent knowledge or statistic. Is it about the money or the benefits that makes the choice of dental practice. Sitting down and enjoying the libation of choice, really … it comes down to the practice /client relationship. How does this equate to the client by knowing treatment value options are given individual attention to their personal health and not just a line to claim that bag of dental goods and literature after a checkup. Some clients only know the side of dentistry that factories people like numbers and expect their teeth to be that way till they retire or start baby sitting. Like human personalities, there are many strokes for different folks, but we all need TLC and we all want to be confident the provider is giving their best to ensure longterm dental health. Oral Cancer exams, Neuromuscular records, Occlusal wear pattern evaluation, Periodontal measurement and charting, photos and more. Teeth act like the rest of the body. Surgical intervention is not uncommon. Root Canal, Crowns, Implants, Wisdom extractions. You get what you put back into the system … so here come the beer bellies and the huge plate lunches that some of us were so used to chowing down at mom and pop diners with college classmates, but how many of us are still doing it at the Pee Wee baseball park during the league season (which can be year-round) … Or you’re like the actors on Hawaii FIVE-O who work out off set to be ready for the next episode (ie Mark Dacascos ”Wo Fat”). Too much? Maybe somewhere mid-range and not extreme … How can we be of service to you today?