DrKevinPoupore June 2017


Summer reading lists are always popular, but most families rarely have time to have dinner together, let alone sit still reading for hours. Luckily, the ever-growing popularity of audiobooks means you don’t have to wait for school to start again for your kids to get back into literature. Here are a few great audiobooks you can introduce to your family this summer. “The Bad Beginning” (A Series of Unfortunate Events) by Lemony Snicket, read by Tim Curry When a terrible fire destroys the Baudelaire mansion, Violet, Klaus, and Sunny find themselves orphans. Convinced their awful new guardian is only after their fortune, the Baudelaires must use their intelligence and skills to stick together and (maybe) overcome their sad circumstances. For the Long Road Trip

soon realize the coin only grants half of what they wish for, and an unplanned vacation to the Sahara, followed by chaos in King Arthur’s court, is just one of the hilarious misadventures this family must overcome together.

For Something Entirely New

“The Wild Robot” by Peter Brown, read by Kate Atwater

When lonely robot Roz opens her eyes for the first time, she finds she’s trapped on a wild island. Struggling to survive and befriend the island’s hostile animal inhabitants, Roz must eventually face her mysterious past, which threatens to tear her home apart.

These are just a few of the many titles your family can enjoy this summer. Find even more

For Family Bonding

by visiting Audible.com or checking the audiobooks catalogue on iTunes.

“Half Magic” by Edward Eager, read by Words Take Wing

A beloved family favorite since 1954, “Half Magic” tells the story of four siblings who discover a magic coin. They


In the recent years, dental veneers — the thin, custom-made porcelain shells used to cover the front surfaces of teeth — have become a popular dental procedure for people of all ages. When done correctly, veneers can quickly correct chipped, rotated, or discolored teeth. Veneers can be placed in only two visits to our office! Also, it’s easy to change the color of veneers, since porcelain has the real look of teeth and will not stain. Veneers add to the strength of your natural teeth by capping and protecting them. Also, veneers can be customized to fit your facial symmetry and style. Why would I get veneers? Veneers are low maintenance. However, porcelain veneers should be brushed and flossed the same way you treat your natural teeth. It’s also important to remember to visit us for professional

polishing procedures with a special, non- abrasive paste.

I don’t know if veneers would fit my lifestyle.

If you want veneers, there are certain precautions you can take in order to preserve the integrity of the procedure. Those who suffer from teeth grinding can purchase special night guards that help prevent veneers from damage. It is also recommended that you wear a mouth guard when playing sports, as the veneers can break off like any natural teeth.

Remember ...

But the most important thing to remember about veneers is that the procedure is permanent. Most times, natural teeth need to be shaved in order for a dentist to place veneers; therefore they are irreversible. Talk to us if you think veneers are for you!

Alas, a stable bite may make or break — literally — a successful veneer case. When you talk to us about veneers, we'll evaluate your bite before deciding if they are a viable option for you.

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