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Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery Associates
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Give yourself the gift of dental implants this year. Whether you need all your teeth replaced or just a few, dental implants provide you with a more natural look and feel than dentures or other prosthetics. Call us today to see if you're a candidate!
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Happy Hanukkah from the team at OMS Associates!
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Be careful on the snow and ice! If you slip and receive a facial, jaw or dental injury, the doctors at OMS Associates can help! #OMS
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November 24 is National Flossing Day! Take extra care of your teeth after Thanksgiving dinner!
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We are thankful for our patients for trusting us with your dental surgery needs! From our families to yours, Happy Thanksgiving!
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Don't let another Thanksgiving go by without the dental implants you need to enjoy a great meal and a great life! Contact us today to see how dental implants can help you.
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November 16 is the Great American Smokeout, an annual day of awareness by the American Cancer Society. Encourage your loved ones who smoke to check out the American Cancer Society website for resources to quit smoking for their dental and overall health!

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Today, on Veteran's Day, we honor the men and women who have served in the military. Thank you, Dr. Harris for your service to our country!
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November is National TMJ Awareness Month! TMJ is a painful disorder of the jaw that can leave sufferers in tremendous pain. OMS Associates specializes in treating TMJ. Call our offices for an appointment today and treat the cause, not just the symptoms of TMJ.
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Long-term periodontal (gum) disease has been linked to Alzheimer's Disease according to a recent study. Researchers say increased inflammation in the body could have a systemic effect and recommend good dental procedures. Don't put off the procedures you need. #OMS #EndAlz

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