After almost 25 years, Nanette has decided to retire and move to Florida.
She has not only been a fabulous employee but a marvelous friend to all of us here at University Dental Care. We want to thank her and wish her and Johnny good health and happiness in their new adventure. We will certainly miss her smiling face every day.
Dr. Rubin and Staff
Q: When I moved to this area my previous dentist gave me all my records including photos and x-rays to pass on to the new dentist of my choosing. Although I would have liked to finish my work in Arizona, I was not able to do so. I know I have many cracked silver fillings. Why didn’t my new dentist mention anything about the work I know I need? Shouldn’t one dentist see the same thing as another? (more…)
Q: I recently moved to the area, and called a local dental office to see about getting my teeth cleaned. I asked how much a cleaning would cost and was told they couldn’t tell me until I had a complete dental exam. All I want is my teeth cleaned, is that asking too much? (more…)
1. 60% of people don’t know that a sore jaw when combined with chest pain is a signal of a heart attack.
If You’re Over 30, the Most Important Medical Test You Get This Year Just Might Be Your Visit to the Dentist
Inflammation anywhere in the body has been determined to be the root cause of many chronic diseases like heart disease, rheumatoid arthritis, etc. the mouth is a significant source of inflammation when gum disease is present. Gum inflammation usually has no symptoms – usually a only a dentist or hygienist can tell if you have any gum inflammation. (more…)