News and Announcements

March 2016

Dr. Orentlicher is quoted in the “Inside Dental Technology” journal. Read the article “Full-Arch Fixed vs. Removables: Are the Correct Decisions Being Made?”

March 2014

Dr. Orentlicher is a nationally recognized speaker and educator in oral and maxillofacial surgery and in the placement of dental implants. For a list of his most recent presentations, click here.

October 2013

ACS Press Release

Dr. Andrew Horowitz Awarded Prestigious Fellowship from American College of Surgeons

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Eating cheese may have oral health benefits

Cosmetic Dentistry Guide
Dairy products in our diet have long been seen as a good product to maintain healthy strong bones. Drinking milk, eating cheese and butter may now be beneficial in protecting the teeth’s oral health. A study has been carried out by the academy of general dentistry who found that research carried out seemed to prove that dairy products could stop harmful cavities from forming.

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American Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons – Position Paper

Evaluation and Management of Obstructive Sleep Apnea – Overview
Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) is a common disorder involving collapse of the upper airway during sleep.

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September 2013

Technology: The cure for rising healthcare costs?

Sagentia via MIT Technology Review

In a financially stretched healthcare market, medical technology is sometimes seen as an expensive luxury. But use of the right technology can actually cut the overall cost of medical treatment and improve patient outcomes. You might be wondering how.

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Modern aging: Oral health is important for older adults

Richmond Times-Dispatch

A healthy mouth is an important part of overall physical wellness, but oral health is often forgotten when evaluating an older adult’s overall wellness. It is important for older adults to have good oral hygiene practices that include daily brushing and flossing, regular dental office visits and some basic knowledge of what oral health looks like as they age.

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