6825 Parkdale Place Ste A, Indianapolis, IN 46254, (317) 293-7171

6825 Parkdale Place Ste A, Indianapolis, IN 46254, (317) 293-7171

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Dental Crowns for the King of Magic

You might think David Copperfield leads a charmed life:  He can escape from ropes, chains, and prison cells, make a Learjet or a railroad car disappear, and even appear Read More

Ready for Summer Camp? Be Sure to Pack a Toothbrush

Summer is the time for many children to experience the fun and freedom of sleepaway camp. Along with greater independence, camp brings increased responsibility for kids to take care Read More

Winning the War on Gum Disease Requires Post-Treatment Vigilance

After several treatment sessions your periodontal (gum) disease is under control. But, while we may have won this battle, the war rages on. To keep an infection from re-occurring Read More

Finding the Right Solution for Your Gummy Smile

Even with picture perfect teeth, you may still be unhappy with your appearance. The problem: too much of your upper gums show when you smile. There’s no precise standard for Read More

Margot Robbie Knows: A Great Smile Is Worth Protecting

On the big screen, Australian-born actress Margot Robbie may be best known for playing devil-may-care anti-heroes—like Suicide Squad member Harley Quinn and notorious figure skater Tonya Harding. But recently, Read More

Take Charge of Stress Management to Reduce Teeth Grinding Habits

It’s hard to avoid stress in the 21st Century. We’re all bombarded with stressors, from work to family — even our smart phones! The problem really isn’t the stressors themselves Read More

Boost Your Overall Health by Reducing Gum Inflammation

The human body’s immune system has amazing defensive capabilities. Without it a common cold or small wound could turn deadly. One of the more important processes of the immune system Read More

Root Planing Cleans Plaque from Tooth Roots Without Surgery

Periodontal (gum) disease is an aggressive bacterial infection caused by built-up plaque on tooth surfaces. Gum disease results in bone loss and causes loss of attachment from the teeth, Read More

Beyonce Makes Flossing a Family Affair

As is the case with most celebs today, Beyonce is no stranger to sharing on social media… but she really got our attention with a video she recently posted Read More

Consider Saving a Tooth Before you Decide to Replace it

Dental implants are the ideal tooth replacement with their life-like appearance, high success rate and durability. If you have significant dental issues, they may seem like the perfect answer. Read More

Treating Gum Disease may Require Invasive Procedures

Periodontal (gum) disease causes more than simple gum swelling—this bacterial infection can harm and destroy your teeth’s supporting structures, including the bone. Its aggressiveness sometimes requires equally aggressive treatment. Gum Read More

Don't let Gum Disease - the 'Other Dental Disease' - Rob you of Your Smile

There's a lot of emphasis — well-placed, of course — on preventing and treating tooth decay. But there's another dental disease just as dangerous to your oral health and Read More

Kathy Bates Plays It Smart With Professional Teeth Whitening

Academy Award-winning actress Kathy Bates knows how important it is to present your best face to the world — and one of the most important features of that face Read More

The Type of Mouthrinse you use Could be Doing More Than Freshen Breath

As a regular part of your daily hygiene you may be using a mouthrinse — or “mouthwash” — mainly to keep your mouth feeling fresh and clean. Some mouthrinses, Read More

Prompt Treatment for Gum Disease Could Ultimately Save Your Teeth

Your smile isn’t the same without healthy gums—neither are your teeth, for that matter. So, maintaining your gums by protecting them from periodontal (gum) disease is a top priority. Gum Read More

Use the Same Prevention Strategy to Defeat Tooth Decay and Gum Disease

Archeologists can tell us quite a bit about our primitive ancestors. For example, because of their coarse, abrasive diet and a primitive understanding of oral hygiene, their teeth had Read More

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