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The True Cost of Crowns: CEREC® CAD/CAM Versus Traditional Metal

Beautiful, durable, permanent and convenient, CEREC CAD/CAM crowns and fillings are fast-gaining popularity over metal. Thinking of getting a crown? Smile Generation®-trusted dentists have performed more CEREC CAD/CAM same-day crowns than anyone else in the world*. USA TODAY recently posted an article about CEREC (pronounced se-rick)  CAD/CAM crowns that positively sheds light on how the technology […]

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April is Oral Cancer Awareness Month

When it comes to oral cancer, early detection is key to survival. But due to lack of oral cancer awareness, many people have never heard about the importance of oral cancer screening. According to The Oral Cancer Foundation, approximately 42,000 people in the United States will be newly diagnosed in 2013 with oral cancer. And […]

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Trick or Treat: Halloween Infographic

Can you believe it’s October already?  That means Halloween is around the corner.  Enjoy and share this infographic featuring fun facts about Halloween costumes, pumpkins, candy and trick-or-treating. Infographic Sources: http://finance.yahoo.com/news/halloween-scare-8-billion-spending-110632444.html http://www.history.com/topics/pumpkin-facts http://www.factmonster.com/spot/halloweencensus1.html

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Fighting Back Against Breast Cancer

This Sunday, September 23rd. 2012, the Smile Generation will be participating in the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure event in Newport Beach, CA. Team Smile Generation has also helped raise funds by participating in the Races for the Cure in Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Sacramento, Salt Lake City, San Antonio, and Portland earlier […]

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Infographic: How Much Sugar is in Your Drink?

“A dynamic relation exists between sugars and oral health. Diet affects the integrity of the teeth; quantity, pH, and composition of the saliva; and plaque pH. Sugars and other fermentable carbohydrates, after being hydrolyzed by salivary amylase, provide substrate for the actions of oral bacteria, which in turn lower plaque and salivary pH. The resultant […]

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