Beautiful Case

Two great Botox cases with fantastic results!  A few simple spots around the lips.

Happy Holidays!

Happy Easter! Everyone’s favorite treat–Peeps–are sugary , sticky, marshmallow chicks that are delicious, but they can get stuck in your teeth….Go ahead–check out the jelly beans, chocolate, and, yes, Peeps that come in the basket the Easter bunny left. Just remember to floss and brush well after you enjoy it!

Published in the Marine Corp Quarterly Magazine
“Latte Decay”

Do you enjoy “slow-sipping ” a coffee drink, sports energy drink, or tea with honey? It’s as true now as it was when you were a kid–sugar causes cavities! Many adults have gotten into a habit of slowly enjoying a delicious morning brew, or an afternoon pick-me-up while perusing their emails or standing on the […]

Participating in OGM IV

OPERATION GREEN MARINER IV   An exercise that brought together the 4th Dental Battalion from February 27 through March 3 at Camp Pendleton in San Diego, CA.   From checking out amphibious vehicles and helicopters to firing M4’s and M9s, it was a whirlwind training session for 114 United States Navy Dentists and Corpsmen   […]

Amazing News

My patient Sue came in today for her “post-op” pictures….Botox and Juvaderm. She looks amazing, feels great about her more youthful appearance! Call us: 610-399-1080 and schedule a consult. Botox works by relaxing muscles. The same muscles that clench you teeth, break your fillings, and give you headaches are the ones that create fine lines […]


I’m so excited to launch our new website. Thanks to Charles Wagner, one of our patients. He did a great job not only with the design, but also in teaching me how to blog, edit, educate. Become a fan of our Facebook Fan Page “Distinctive Dentistry of Chester County” and follow me on Twitter: DrStephSmileDoc. […]

Healthy Mouth-Healthy Heart

Researchers have found that people with periodontal disease are almost twice as likely to suffer from coronary artery disease as those without periodontal disease.     Additional studies have pointed to a relationship between periodontal disease and stroke. In one study that looked at the causal relationship of oral infection as a risk factor for […]