In our practice, we strive for two goals when providing your treatment: Provide the most conservative options to get the job done Provide services that have a track record for longevity It is too much information to go over ever every dental material in this simple blog, but to answer the questions we’ve received about… Read more »

Forcing Dr. Freeman to write about himself and his recent accomplishment this summer has proved futile, so he delegated the task to me. When Dr. Freeman graduated dental school his training did not end there. After interviewing him about his credentials and training record, there is no way to put down in writing what he… Read more »

We all see smiles as a curtain of white teeth framed by pink or red lips. For some, there is an excess of pink in the form of a lot of “gums” showing and the teeth look short. This happens frequently. This is not a big esthetic problem for everyone, but for others the short… Read more »

  I get questions all the time about what is the best material or technique for someone’s dental care. The answer,…”it depends.” One of the most simple analogies I can provide is this: If someone were to ask “What are the best tires I could buy?” That question does not begin to provide enough information… Read more »