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An Attitude of Gratitude

T ogether H elping each other A cceptance and empathy N eeds being met K eeping in prayer F riendships U nderstanding and empathy L ove and compassion Our hearts overflow with THANKFUL gratitude to God for His blessings on us, our team, patients, family, friends, community, […]

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5 Ways Volunteering Makes You Feel Good

There is probably not a person reading this who hasn’t volunteered at one time or another, and felt that endorphin-like feel-good glow. Ben, a college freshman who did volunteer fund-raising work, calls it a “win-win situation.” He says, “You feel good because you’re helping others, and the […]

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Join our Clothing Drive for Vets!

The Mastrovich Dental Team has been busy collecting clothing items to be given to homeless veterans. The members of our military sign up for service understanding that they could be sent to war at any time.  These soldiers give up their personal and social lives at home, making […]

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Dental Implant Component Failure and Fracture: Retrieving the Fractured Implant Abutment Screw

For Dental Professionals: This handout was created by Dr Charles Mastrovich to accompany his lectures for dental professionals interested in helping patients with dental implant component fractures and failures. Read more to learn about retrieving fractured implant abutment screws.  (This handout was part of his lectures at the February […]

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Mastrovich Dental Staff Baby Photo Contest

Are you ready to name that baby? We love having you as part of our family and we thought it would be fun for you to guess what our family of staffers looked like as babies! Just guess which Mastrovich Dental Team member matches the baby pictures […]

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Fractured Teeth: Is There More Than One Type of Fracture? Part 4

In Part 4 of our series on teeth fractures we will discuss two cases of fractures in back teeth (molars) where there were no restorations (fillings), but the fractures were significant enough for the teeth to be lost. It’s actually much more common to see fractures in […]

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Fractured Teeth: Is There More Than One Type of Fracture? Part 3

In Part 3 of our discussion on tooth fractures we will discuss fractures that occur in a back tooth (a molar) secondary to having large restorations (fillings) in the tooth. This photograph shows a lower molar that has a very large silver filling which has been in […]

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Fractured Teeth: Is There More Than One Type of Fracture? Part 2

In Part 2 of our series on dental fractures we will look at simple fractures in the enamel of the tooth. The case study for this type of fracture is an elderly gentleman who was initially seen in another office where he received a diagnosis of severe […]

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Fractured Teeth: Is There More Than One Type of Fracture?

In a 4-Part series we are going to be discussing fractures in the teeth – what they are and how a dentist can repair them. In order to best understand a problem with a tooth, we need to first understand what a healthy tooth looks like and […]

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February is Heart Health Month: Can Improving Oral Health Improve Heart Health?

When we celebrate Valentine’s Day, we naturally think of hearts, and that can’t help but bring your own heart to mind. If you are interested in maintaining a healthy heart, you might want to add good oral care to your healthy lifestyle. The theory that oral health […]

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