I've never seen a set of teeth walk into my office without a body attached. I've never seen anybody walk into my office without emotional attachments. And I've never seen someone with poor eating habits and a stressful lifestyle without the eventual manifestation of physical consequences.
So, in my practice of Health-Centered Dentistry, I find it important to learn as much as I can about your lifestyle and eating habits. I then share with you what I know about the interrelationships of your physical, emotional and dental health based on your profile. This information allows me to be a better dentist for you.
We all have different paths in life that create different tastes. That's why there are more flavors than chocolate and vanilla. So I believe each patient is an individual with individual needs. How I treat you and what I do for you depends on the bigger picture of who you are, not just what your teeth look like.
At our office, we see you as a whole person, complex and original. In the heart of our office philosophy, rests your good health.
James E. Hardy, D.M.D., P.A.