Why Are We Smiling???

We hope that you are enjoying the beautiful weather that we are having this summer.  We certainly are working hard, and playing hard. We wanted to share news of the changes that are happening here at Smiles 4 A Lifetime.  First, we have added some amazing new team members to our family.  Nina joins us… Read More »


THE IMPORTANCE OF YOUR MEDICATION

As we age, we tend to take more and more medications. Many of these medications have side effects that can have an impact on your oral health. In the past, we have discussed how certain bisphosphonate medications for osteoporosis can cause a condition called osteonecrosis of the jaw (an area of bone destruction of the… Read More »



Great News!!!

Recently, Dr. Berman received his Fellowship from the ICOC (International Congress Of Oral Implantologists) at Columbia University’s College of Dental Medicine. Though he has been practicing the restorative part of implants for years, it is so exciting to Recently, Dr. Berman received his Fellowship from the ICOC (International Congress Of Oral Implantologists) at Columbia University’s… Read More »


Are Dental X-rays Safe?

Are Dental X-rays Safe? Is There a Link to Brain Cancer? Many of you may have seen a report published recently online concerning a possible relationship between bitewing dental x-rays and brain cancer. At Smiles 4 A Lifetime, we have always respected the ionizing radiation produced by dental x-rays and have followed the American Dental… Read More »





Our Trip To Lawrence Middle School

On Wednesday, March 7th, Lindsey and Gina went to Lawrence Middle School to meet with Mrs. Rhonda Barsel’s 5th grade health class. They were both excited to meet the kids. Lindsey began speaking with the children about the importance of good oral hygiene. They brought along some activities and of course, our purple friend with… Read More »


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