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SPRING is here !


Dr Brown

Welcome to our Spring issue.


After what seemed to be an unending Winter, I am optimistic now that the Spring has finally arrived. 


Spring is a time of renewal and refreshment. 


Make it an opportunity to refresh your smile too with teeth whitening or some cosmetic dentistry. 


If you have not scheduled your next checkup, now is the time to do so ! 


We look forward to seeing you soon.


Wishing everyone a Happy Easter and a Happy Pesach.


Keep smiling,



Dr. Lancelot A. Brown 





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- teeth whitening

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- bad breath advice 

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- root canal therapy

- wisdom teeth


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Issue: #10April 2014



Dr. Brown celebrated his big 50th in March with a soiree at home with family and friends.  Thank you to all who attended for making it a spectacular evening and thank you to everyone who has been a part of his life for the last 50 years.  Looking forward to another 50 !
To view photos from the big celebration, click here.
Kristin and her family (husband Anthony and daughter Chiara) took in some much needed Vitamin D in Cuba in March.
Do 3-year olds never tire? 
Kristin discovered just how much energy a 3-year-old has and how much pool time they can put into one day !
To view more photos of her fun in the sun, click here.


April is National Oral Health Month.


It's a great time to think about your mouth and what it means to take care of your smile.


1. You are what you eat.     say ahhhh!                

Make healthy food choices a

part of your daily routine. 

Limit foods that are high in sugar

or acid.  Foods that are high in

sugar or acid are best eaten with meals because chewing produces saliva, which helps protect teeth.


2.  Maintain regular dental visits

Regular dental visits can help prevent problems or stop small problems before they become worse.  We also check for signs

of oral disease at each visit.


3.  Brush and floss daily.

Always use a soft-bristle toothbrush with fluoride toothpaste to brush

your teeth twice daily.  Don't forget to brush your tongue and to floss !  Flossing cleans a third of your tooth surface.


4.  Avoid tobacco.

Smoking or chewing tobacco can lead to mouth cancers, gum disease and tooth loss.


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