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20 Jan Winter Weather Pondering

We've had a somewhat unusual amount of snowy winter weather this holiday season here in Prescott and the rest of Northern Arizona. Have you found yourself staring out of your window, watching the crisp white snowflakes delicately cascade toward earth, contemplating the very fabric of...

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31 Dec Invisalign Vs Traditional Braces

With the addition of a new service like Invisalign, it is important for you as a patient and consumer to understand the differences between Invisalign Vs Traditional Braces. For the sake of clarity and ease of understanding here is a helpful chart: Comparison Chart Invisalign Braces Effectively treats a...

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15 Dec Depression & Failure of Dental Implants

Depression is a common ailment that many people suffer with today. There are many means and methods for treating depression, one of those is the prescription of SSRI medication. SSRI stands for selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor. The goal of these medications is to increase concentrations...

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09 Dec Biomimetic Dentistry Advances Continue

We've discussed the merits of Biomimetic Dentistry at lengths on this blog, however, the beauty of science and medicine is that newer and better advancements are always occurring. Biomimetic Dentistry seeks to provide a better and more natural way of oral care by mimicking nature....

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30 Nov A Dentist’s Nightmare

Recently, this rare Deep-Sea Anglerfish, or "Black Sea Devil" was captured on film, which has only happened less the half a dozen times since it's discovery. These devilish carnivores have massive mouths filled with fang-like teeth angled inward to optimize prey capturing. We're just thankful...

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20 Nov When in Rome

The general mainstream thought process is that society has slowly improved and progressed throughout human history. However, discoveries regarding our ancestry occasionally will throw a wrench in that linear thought process. A study out of King's College London has unveiled that only 5 percent of...

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11 Nov A Virus that Makes us Stupid?

A recent accidental finding has led to the discovery of a virus that 'makes humans more stupid.' While this might sound like something hot off the presses of The Onion, the study was published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. This algae...

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