Posts Tagged ‘ The Washington Institute for Mouth Face and Jaw Surgery ’

University at Buffalo – 2015 Alumni Association Achievement Awards

 – University at Buffalo – 2015 Alumni Association Achievement Awards It was a great honor to be 2015 recipient of the Samuel P. Capen Award.  I am truly thrilled and humbled to receive this most prestigious award.  I want to say Thank You to the University of Buffalo and the Alumni Association for their kindness and recognition of my accomplishments. […]

Temptation to Bite…

It’s a hot and sticky day.  You stop in at the Sonic Burger primed for an ice cold Lime Aid.  They serve it poured over their famous ice nuggets.  As your lips press the straw and begin to suck, you feel the draw of a cube into your mouth.  Delicious coldness begins to fill your […]


Could Probiotics be the next step in the fight over gum disease and tooth decay… June 3,2016 You go to see your dentist twice a year, brush 3 times a day and floss after every meal.  Still you get those dreaded 5mm probing depths, or the “Looks like we’ve got a little spot of decay back […]

Dr. Guttenberg and Sports Dentistry

    Congratulations Dr. Guttenberg on completing the Academy for Sports Dentistry Team Dentist Certification Course. The chief focus of the course is to provide Dentists the knowledge and expertise needed to fill the role of a Team Dentist. The Board of the Academy has developed a collaboration with the United States Olympic Committee to […]

Needed … …. …. Some Jail House Rock

Suicide leading cause of death in jails after natural illness The AP (7/24, Merchant) reported, “Suicide is the leading cause of death in jails after natural illness.” People who are incarcerated “take their own lives three times more often than the average population, according to a 2010 study cited in the National Study of Jail […]

But It Was Just A LITTLE Tick …

CDC warns about expansion of Lyme disease The Washington Post (7/25, Gebelhoff) reported that, according to the CDC, “Lyme disease has substantially expanded over the past few decades, with 17 states in the Northeast and upper Midwest now considered at high risk.” In a report, the agency revealed that “the disease is widely unreported and […]

VEGAS….Nobel Biocare……Dr. Guttenberg

Dr. Steven A. Guttenberg Friday, September 18th #Synergy for improved patient care with digital 3D imaging and endosseous dental implants. Overview: This presentation will demonstrate the value and necessity of evaluating an alveolar ridge using cone beam CT technology prior to placing a dental implant. Learning Outcomes: 1. Understand the shortcomings of ridge evaluation using […]

Colorectal Cancer Death Rates Soar In 3 Areas Of The U.S.

While the risk of death from colorectal cancer appears to be on a steep and steady decline across the U.S. over recent decades, there are three hot spots that currently exist. Area’s of concerns reside in Appalachia, eastern Virginia/N. Carolina and the rural south according to a study published in Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers & Prevention. […]

Sports Dentistry & Dr. Guttenberg

Washington, D.C. Steven A. Guttenberg, DDS, MD recently attended the three day Academy of Sports Dentistry 33rd Annual Symposium held in Chicago, Illinois. The presentations at the symposium were designed to inform participants of updates for the prevention and treatment of oral-facial injuries resulting from athletic activities or other traumatic incidents. Approximately 175 dental professionals from around the […]

Dental Implants – Our Standard of Care

    Today, the loss of a tooth or multiple teeth due to age or trauma does not have to simply be accepted and covered up with aesthetic devices. The long standing A vs. B at the top of the ladder is Crown & Bridge vs. Implant and Crown. Replacing your missing teeth with a […]