For the past 29 years, I have been privileged to work as a dentist in a practice that was started by my father, Dr. Robert Ranck, almost 70 years ago. As many of you know, upon graduation from dental school, I was able to follow my dream and work side-by-side with my father who started … Continue reading We are Proud to Welcome Dr. Audrey Eichenlaub!
July is National Picnic Month—the perfect excuse to get outside, enjoy the sunshine, and spend quality time with family! When planning your picnic, it’s all too easy to load up your shopping cart with convenient, pre-packaged options from the supermarket. However, these processed foods can have long-lasting damage on your teeth. Alternatively, Dr. Tikson has … Continue reading Tips for a Healthier National Picnic Month
Smiles are one of our most expressive features, so why not let your smile shine as much as you do? If you are looking to boost your smile through a discrete, convenient, and effective treatment, Invisalign®may be right for you. To date, over 6 million individuals in the United States have trusted Invisalign®for their smile … Continue reading The Benefits of an Invisalign® Smile Transformation
This year, nearly 50,000 people are expected to be diagnosed with oral and oropharyngeal cancer. It is important to distinguish oral cavity cancers from oropharyngeal cancers because they often have different etiologies and prognoses. The 5-year survival for oral and oropharyngeal cancer is about 65%, and has improved dramatically over the last few decades. Still, the single … Continue reading Oral Cancer Awareness Month
According to estimates, the average person will spend over a month of their lifetime brushing their teeth. Yet, despite how often we care for our oral hygiene during the day, month, or year, there’s still plenty to learn about oral health! March 6 is National Dentist’s Day, and we’re breaking down the top 10 things … Continue reading The Top 10 Things Your Dentist Wants You to Know
As we begin the new year, many of us have created resolutions—promises to improve our health and ourselves in 2019. While many Americans choose to join a gym or begin a new diet, there are a number of simple changes that you can make to improve dental health and boost your oral hygiene for the … Continue reading New Year’s Resolutions for Your Best Smile
In children, tooth decay can affect growth and development. Preventive dentistry can result in less intensive — and less expensive— treatment for any dental conditions that may develop, and help set kids up for a lifetime of exceptional oral health. Here is how to partner with your dentist to care for your child’s smile: Start … Continue reading Finding the Right Home for Your Child’s Smile