Dr. Okubo would like to remind his patients that April is “National Facial Protection Month.” As the weather warms up and we all become more active indoors and out, especially with the beginning the sports season, we need to take the time to protect ourselves from facial trauma. It is estimated that “about 2 percent…

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Over the next months or years, you and your braces are going to be spending a lot of time together, so it’s important to start this relationship off on the right foot. The following 4 steps will help improve this relationship. Avoid hard or sticky foods. While these types of foods are a favorite of…

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[vc_row][vc_column][ult_animation_block animation=”fadeIn” animation_duration=”3″ animation_delay=”0″ animation_iteration_count=”1″][vc_column_text]“As a Dentist I refer to an orthodontist because they have an additional level of training in the movement of teeth that general dentists do not. If braces were as easy as just putting some brackets and wires on and hoping for the best everyone would be doing it. There is…

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