Posts Tagged ‘ #ToothLoss ’

5 Star Patient Review

The first quarter of 2017 has started out with a Bang! Check out this fabulous patient review!!! Thank You for your kind words – We LOVE our patients!!! -Steven A. Guttenberg, DDS, MD    

5 Star Patient Review!

Thank you for giving us the opportunity to treat you!!  You were a wonderful patient and we enjoyed meeting with you tremendously!  Best Regards – Steven Guttenberg, DDS, MD

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. […]

3D CONGRESS – The Global Event for Dental 3D Imaging

  Dr. Gutenberg will be a presenter for the 3D Congress Global Event in Las Vegas, Nevada. APRIL 7th – 9th, 2016 SLS LAS VEGAS HOTEL & CASINO 702.761.7000 2535 S. Las Vegas Blvd. Las Vegas, NV 89109 Doctor Guttenberg’s presentation will focus on endosseous dental implant position planning, patient education and surgical execution utilizing CBCT 3-dimensional imaging. […]

Methamphetamine Use Can Lead To Rapid Dental Destruction

–“Even a year after quitting meth, the user’s saliva remains acidic”   Lola Giusti, DDS, an associate professor at the University of the Pacific’s Arthur A. Dugoni School of Dentistry in San Francisco, discussed the health consequences of methamphetamine abuse, stating that “the tooth decay meth unleashes is nearly impossible to reverse.”  Dr. Giusti pointed […]

Risk of Death Doubles for Edentulous Heart Disease Patients

Coronary heart disease patients with no teeth face twice the risk of death as those with all of their teeth, according to a study in the European Journal of Preventive Cardiology. Its review of 15,456 patients from 39 countries found that levels of tooth loss were linearly associated with increasing death rates. – See more […]