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Springfield Smile Doctor | Randi Green DMD
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Dr. Green is a specially-trained physiologic dentist "TMJ Dentist" who has comprehensive, advanced training in non-surgical, proven effective treatment of TMJ dysfunction. Jaw joint disorder, migraine headaches, a bad bite or malocclusion, and sleep apnea are but just a few TMJ symptoms that Dr. Green has successfully treated. She has over 500 hours of advanced continuing TMJ-related education and is the only practicing LVI fellow in Springfield, Missouri.
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We are proud to announce that Dr. Randi Green is again named a top dentist in Springfield, Missouri by topDentists.

Dr. Green has proven to be one of the best cosmetic dentists and is an exceptional general dentist. Her peers agree and have bestowed her with the title of topDentist since 2015.
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October is National Hygiene Month and here are 10 things that you might not be aware of during your appointment with Jyssica.
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LVI fellow, Dr. Randi Green has studied extensive techniques at the Las Vegas Institute to help you find the root problem with your TMJ disorder. See our featured case study and how Dr. Green helped our patient Dave to relieve him of his debilitating jaw pain and TMJ symptoms.
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Misaligned teeth are hard to keep clean daily unlike straight teeth. Crooked teeth make it hard to get your toothbrush bristles where they need to reach. Read more about the top reasons to fix your crooked teeth.
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Dr. Randi Green, LVI Fellow, studies under Dr. Mark Duncan, Clinical Director at Las Vegas Institute for Advanced Dental Studies (LVI) featured in this HuffPost #tmjdisorder blog. Dr. Green and her smile team are committed to applying their extensive continuing education for #sleepapnea and #tmj for you in Springfield.
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Studies have shown that a single kiss with your partner can send up to 80 million bacteria. Gross! So, have you ever wondered if you could catch gum disease from someone you know?

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