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A long time patient in our practice was recently diagnosed with Stage 4 Kidney Failure. He has approached us through this website to help find him a kidney. If you can provide him with any information that can expedite this search, please call our office at (610)-847-2433 and ask for Eileen. Thank you. 


Three of Dr. Larry's four daughters graduated within the past 2 months from various levels of education. 


Carley spent her early years at the River Valley school and then the Kimberton Waldorf school. Earning her Bachelor's of Arts degree from Dickinson College and Carley recently received her Master's in Fine Art from the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill. She is currently the Gallery Manager at Ejecta Projects in Carlisle and she is showing an interest in working as a college professor. 


Shana, a graduate of Pennridge High School, went on to Georgetown University to earn her Bachelor's of Science Degree, then to Thomas Jefferson to recieve her Medical Degree. She just finished a three year residency in Internal Medicine at Harvard's Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital in Boston and plans to stay there as she enters her Gastro-Intestinal Fellowship for three more years.


 Nina, also a graduate of Pennridge High School went on to earn her Bachelor's of Science degree from the University of Pittsburgh. Nina recently recieved her degree in Dental Medicine from Temple University's Kornberg School of Dentistry. She plans on working in a two year corporate, clinic program in Milwaukee with her long term plan of returning to Bucks County to work in our Ottsville practice. 



This year's annual summer office party, held with our significant other's was held at Paganini's Italian Restaurant in Doylestown. This party's atmosphere was enriched by the live music of our patient, Tina Margot. 


Dr. Larry and his staff were awarded the 2018 Dental Volunteer Award at Doylestown Hospital. We feel very strongly about giving back to the community we live in, and providing important services to those in need among us. 


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By now we are all aware of the benefits of drinking water to maintain proper bodily function. But are you aware of waters benefits in keeping your teeth clean and healthy?

Our Dental Hygiene tip of the month:

First, water helps to keep your mouth clean by washing away leftover food and residue that cavity-causing bacteria are looking for.  It also dilutes the acids the bacteria attached to your teeth produces. 

Secondly, water adds in helping with dry mouth.  Saliva is your mouths first defense against tooth decay but when your saliva supply runs low, a dry mouth may put your teeth at risk for decay. Drinking water can help cut down those risks.

Lastly, water, unlike sweetened drinks high in sugar and calories, does not put your teeth at risk for cavities. 

So whenever you need a drink this summer, go guilt-free with water to take care of your smile. 

Have a safe and enjoyable Summer!!

Quote of The Month (From the musical group Peter, Paul, & Mary): 

"Don't laugh at me, Don't call me names. 

Don't get your pleasure from my pain. 

In God's eyes we're all the same. 

Some day we'll all have perfect wings.

Don't laugh at me."