2400 Westborough Blvd. Suite #100 | South San Francisco, CA 94010 | Tel. (650) 583-0550

Connie Morris Dental Office

Tel. (650) 583-0550
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    General Dentistry Tailored For Your Specific Needs

    We provide general, specialty, and cosmetic dental care to nearly a million patients every year

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    Preventative Dental Care Is Important To Your Overall Health

    Preventive dental care is all the things you do (or should do) to take care of your teeth and gums

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    Customized Cosmetic Dentistry Created Just For you

    We offer the best dental care with a focus on cosmetic, restorative and implant dentistry including teeth whitening, tooth bleaching and dental bonding

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    Digital X-Rays Speeds Up Your Overall Time Spent At Office

    Our Dental Digital X-Rays give instant results without letting any wastage of time. We provide Restorative Dental Solutions with Advance Dental Treatment at our

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    Professional Dental Staff That Know What They Are Doing!

    Friendly, Professional Dental Care Staff. At Fix Your Smile Dental, we do more than just take good care of your teeth

  • Personalized ServiceWhenever you come in you see the same dentist and not somebody you haven’t even met!
  • Cosmetic DentistryTechniques to improve your smile from veneers to crowns, to our one-visit chairside "makeover"
  • Limited Mobility AccessConvenient front door parking. Ramp access. Chairs designed for handicapped treatment. We are very happy to make accomodations for any of your fears or concerns.
  • Custom WhiteningWe can give you brighter smile from the comfort of your own home!

Welcome To Connie Morris Dental Office in South San Francisco!

We place our emphasis on prevention. We believe that the best dental treatment is as little treatment as possible.

Connie Morris Dental Office is dedicated to family dental care. We do everything possible to make visits comfortable, and we complete treatments efficiently and quickly.

We are a unique dental office located in South San Francisco, California designed to give you personalized service. We provide private treatment rooms and see one patient at a time without the usual back and forth running around seen in most dental offices. Our goal is to improve your dental health in the most stress-free environment possible. We strive for top-quality work and stand behind our services. "Patient-friendly" dentistry relieves anxieties and provides peace of mind to those who may have a fear of dentistry. It is comprehensive, high quality dentistry that affords optimum oral health. A lot of different factors reflect what is charged for a service and these can vary from procedure to procedure. All fees should reflect the level of Time, Care, Skill, and Judgment, that it takes to perform them the best that they can be done.

It is now possible to use dental X-rays to predict who is at risk of fractures, reveals a new study from researchers at the Sahlgrenska Academy reported in the journal Nature Reviews Endocrinology. In a previous study, researchers from the University of Gothenburg's Sahlgrenska Academy and Region Västra Götaland demonstrated that a sparse bone structure in the trabecular bone in the lower jaw is linked to a greater chance of having previously had fractures in other parts of the body. X-rays investigates bone structure The Gothenburg researchers have now taken this a step further with a new study that shows that it is possible to use dental X-rays to investigate the bone structure in the lower jaw, and so predict who is at greater risk of fractures in the future. Published in the journal Bone, the results were also mentioned in both Nature Reviews Endocrinology and the Wall Street Journal. Linked to risk of fractures "We've seen that sparse bone structure in the lower jaw in mid-life is directly linked to the risk of fractures in other parts of the body, later in life,"says Lauren Lissner, a researcher at the Institute of Medicine at the Sahlgrenska Academy. Study started 1968 The study draws on data from the Prospective Population Study of Women in Gothenburg started in 1968. Given that this has now been running for over 40 years, the material is globally unique. The study included 731 women, who have been examined on several occasions since 1968, when they were 38-60 years old. X-ray images of their jaw bone were analysed in 1968 and 1980 and the results related to the incidence of subsequent fractures. For the first 12 years fractures were self-reported during followup examinations. It is only since the 1980s that it has been possible to use medical registers to identify fractures. A total of 222 fractures were identified during the whole observation period. One out of five in higher risk The study shows that the bone structure of the jaw was sparse in around 20% of the women aged 38-54 when the first examination was carried out, and that these women were at significantly greater risk of fractures. The study also shows that the older the person, the stronger the link between sparse bone structure in the jaw and fractures in other parts of the body. Applies for both sexes Although the study was carried out on women, the researchers believe that the link also applies for men. "Dental X-rays contain lots of information on bone structure," says Grethe Jonasson, the researcher at the Research Centre of the Public Dental Service in Västra Götaland who initiated the fractures study. "By analysing these images, dentists can identify people who are at greater risk of fractures long before the first fracture occurs."



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Bone Fractures Can Be Predicted By Dental X-Rays It is now possible to use dental X-rays to predict who is at risk of fractures, reveals a new study from researchers at the Sahlgrenska Academy reported in the...

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