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Have you envisioned a new smile for yourself? Maybe a smile that’s brighter or whiter? Maybe it’s a smile with less flaws and more movie-star-like perfection like those you follow on Instagram? At some point you’ve likely thought about a better smile, but have you ever been able to actually visualize what that smile would… Read More


Your bad breath is telling you something. Are you listening?

What do dentists say about bad breath? Ask any dentist and they will tell you this: bad breath does not discriminate. Studies have shown that 20 to 30 percent of people in the U.S. have bad breath, or what us medical-types call halitosis. So, if you are brushing your teeth regularly but the odor is… Read More


Selecting the right dentist

Not all dentist are created equal. That might come as a shock, but it’s a fact, which makes selecting the right dentist a challenge for many. While we all begin our career as dentists with the same education and training, the way we practice and approach dental health can differ. So, how do you identify… Read More


What is Beauty?

Beauty is in the eye of the beholder, but how do dentist’s define beauty? In dental terms beauty is all about the symmetry of a person’s smile. Symmetry is the same shape on the left and right side, using an ideal amount of space for your dental arch (the way that your teeth are positioned… Read More


You Get What You Pay For

“I want the cheapest dental fix possible!” “…But the dentist up the road said…” I’ve lost track of the times in my career I have heard patients say just this! And while the comments vary each time, it begs the question: Are cosmetic dentist’s worth the investment? I built my dental practice on the philosophy… Read More


What is Progressive Dentistry?

Is Dr. Russo a “progressive dentist”? It’s not enough to simply call yourself ‘progressive’. It takes understanding and an approach to tying dental health to complete health and wellness. I am proud to consider myself a “new-school” (not, old-school) progressive dentist. Not to be confused, being a progressive dentist does not mean performing radical dental… Read More