Oral Cancer and HPV

Oral cancer due to tobacco use has been decreasing in recent years due to the fact that there are fewer tobacco users. While many have quit, younger generations are yielding fewer tobacco users. Unfortunately oral cancer is again on the rise due to HPV. HPV or Human Papilloma Virus is the leading sexually transmitted disease to date […]

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What To Do if My Child Knocks His/ Her Tooth Out

It is a frightening experience for any adult or child to have a tooth knocked out. This condition is also known as an avulsed  tooth. This unfortunate event can take place during sports, rough housing and even innocent play.  The steps you take immediately following the event will directly impact whether or not the tooth can be saved. There […]

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Dental X-Rays

People frequently ask us, “Are dental x-rays safe?”, “Are dental x-rays necessary?” X-ray images are among the most valuable tools a dentist has for keeping your mouth and teeth healthy. They are also called dental radiographs. For adults, dental X-rays are used to: Look for areas of decay that the dentist may not be able to […]

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Parade a Huge Community Hit!

Once again the La Grange Pet Parade was a huge hit with community members!With over 200 participants represented, there was plenty to see. Our pooches had a blast frolicking with their canine comrades. Many people had water bowls on the streets edge to hydrate the pets as they passed by. Thank you soooo much for […]

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La Grange Pet Parade

Join us tomorrow at the 68th annual La Grange Pet Parade! Meet Dr. Joe Balice and his fantastic team, along with our furry friends! For the past 68 years, children of all ages have delighted in one of our community’s most treasured events — America’s Original Pet Parade! This colorful, crowd-pleasing event is sponsored by […]

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