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Why InvisalignⓇ Remains So Popular

If traditional braces have been deterred you from achieving a straighter smile, it's time to consider InvisalignⓇ. These clear aligners offer many benefits and remain a popular choice among teens and adults alike.

Mar 8th, 2019
What Are the Benefits of Dental Implants?

Millions of people around the country are missing a tooth, maybe several teeth, and can feel embarrassed and socially isolated because of it. Dental implants offer a number of great benefits that can help anyone regain their confidence.

Jan 7th, 2019
You're Never Too Old to Have a Smile You Love

With age, teeth can become yellow, fragile, or damaged, causing embarrassment over your smile. But even if you’re in your golden years, you deserve a beautiful smile. Learn more about ways to get straighter, brighter teeth no matter your age.

Dec 5th, 2018
How We Ensure That Your Porcelain Veneers Look Natural

Porcelain veneers can cosmetically fix a variety of dental problems, including gaps and misshapen teeth. Palmieri Dentistry makes sure that your new porcelain veneers look natural by following a process that has worked for hundreds of patients.

Nov 21st, 2018
Does Snoring Mean You Have Sleep Apnea?

Do you snore? Snoring can be annoying for anyone who sleeps near you, but it can also be a symptom of a serious condition. How do you know when to worry?

Oct 12th, 2018
5 Great Reasons to Consider Veneers

Smiles are for proudly showing off to the world, not hiding behind closed lips or hands held up to keep people from seeing your teeth. If your mouth’s appearance is doing a number on your confidence and self-esteem, let veneers restore your grin.

Aug 27th, 2018
Why InvisalignⓇ Remains So Popular

After nearly two decades, Invisalign® remains an immensely popular orthodonture choice for teens and adults alike. Read on to learn why millions of patients worldwide are smiling winning smiles, thanks to Invisalign.

Jun 7th, 2018
The Importance of Treating Sleep Apnea

Obstructive sleep apnea is more than just snoring. “Apnea” means a pause; in the case of obstructive sleep apnea, it’s a pause in your breathing.

May 2nd, 2018