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SBS_Sept17

Sleep Apnea Devices – The Gift That Keeps on Giving

Most of us have heard of sleep apnea, but many people do not really know what it is; or – that they have it. When you are fast asleep, you may not know that you are experiencing breathing problems and gasping for air, or snoring; however, those around you will more than likely be aware […]

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Dental Health Affects Your Overall Health

We all know that practicing proper oral hygiene and dental care is important for having good teeth and healthy mouth. However, many people may not realize that oral health affects our whole body, and that diseases of mouth, teeth and gums can affect our general health. A lot of recent research, including the Mayo Clinic […]

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It’s a New Year, It’s a New You!

If one of the things you’d like to accomplish this year is to have a more confident, beautiful smile – we are here for you with smile makeover dental solutions you will love! After all, it’s a New Year, and you deserve a New You, with a unique smile that fits you! What can a […]

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Dr. Shea Stevens, From Smiles By Stevens Has Been Chosen as “America’s Top Dentist” by the Consumers’ Research Council of America

Smiles by Stevens is excited to announce Dr. Shea Stevens has been awarded the “America’s Top Dentist” Award for Cosmetic and Implant Dentistry by the Consumers’ Research Council of America. The Consumers’ Research Council of America, who is known for recognizing professionals in their respective fields, presents this prestigious award annually. The Washington, D.C. based […]

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TMJ Relief – What You Need To Know

According to the National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research, more than 10 million Americans suffer from the temporo-mandibular joint, or TMJ, disorder. TMJ is located on both sides of the head at the point where the jawbone meets the skull. We use TMJ during talking, eating, swallowing, and other everyday activities. Over time, the […]

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