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Is It a Virus or Allergies?

With one in every five Americans having some kind of allergy, it’s pretty common. There are many different kinds of indoor and outdoor allergies and sometimes the symptoms can be

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The “Ripe” Time for Cataract Surgery

Whenever I tell a patient that he or she has cataracts they immediately ask if they need to have surgery. We start thinking about cataract surgery whenever the patient’s quality

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A Cautionary Tale for Frequent Biting, Grinding, or Clenching

Biting and chewing your food.  It’s something we do every day and without thinking.  That’s why when most people have biting issues— where they bite the inside tissue of their

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Oral Cancer Awareness Month

The month of April is considered National Oral Cancer Awareness Month. The American Cancer Society’s most recent estimates for oral cavity and oropharyngeal cancers in the United States for 2019

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What Counts as Exercise?

Making the effort to exercise regularly is an admirable pursuit. Physical activity can play a vital role in cardiovascular health, weight loss, body strengthening, and even emotional well-being. But not

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The Importance of Regular Cleanings

We’re now three months into 2019, and if you can’t remember the last time you went to the dentist for a cleaning, it’s time to stop putting it off. Outside

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Taking Care of Your Eyes

The gift of sight is one of our most valued senses and often not paid attention to until symptoms arise. Some common eye complaints are: Conjunctivitis: this may be sudden

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The Facts About Whitening Your Teeth at Home

by GERALD V. CERDAN, DMD If the tint of your teeth has you hesitating to show off your beautiful smile, you might be looking for solutions.  And, in your search

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Our Commitment to Providing Care for Migrant Patients and the Local Community

by KIMBER VASQUEZ, MD With our deep roots in the Central Florida community and with the diverse representation of people groups who live and work here, we feel we have

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Glaucoma: The Silent Thief of Sight

Did you know over 2 million Americans are affected by glaucoma? With proper treatment, the vast majority will not go blind from this silent disease of the eye. The most