Palm Beach Dentist Releases New Book "More Tooth Talk!"
Palm Beach Cosmetic, Implant and Reconstructive Dentist Dr. Mitchell Josephs Shares What Educated Patients Need to Know About 21st Century Dental Treatment
By: Mitchell Josephs, DDS
Dr. Josephs has been practicing dentistry for three decades and has found that people are intrigued by all the things that go on inside their mouths day-to-day, during a toothache and especially in the dental chair. "More Tooth Talk!" is a literal oral history of the most interesting cases he has seen in Palm Beach, each with insight that will aid every reader's oral health as well.
"A smile is the best thing you can wear, so it's important to take proper care of your teeth," said Dr. Josephs. "We all know that seeing your dentist regularly, brushing and flossing your teeth daily will keep your teeth healthy, and "More Tooth Talk!" offers real-life stories plus tips and tricks to keeping a fresh, clean and healthy smile."
More Tooth Talk! will be available for purchase on Amazon and other fine book retailers.
About This Book
Ten years of Tooth Talk, as they say, "Would have been enough." But Tooth Talk listeners wanted more. So, Dr. Mitchell Josephs, also known as the Palm Beach Dentist, gave his fans what they wanted. His weekly columns in The Palm Beach Post and Palm Beach Post Daily News sections are now a tradition. Dr. Josephs' smart, frequently tongue-in-cheek responses have garnered a loyal following. Read straight through for detailed descriptions of dental health from prevention to cosmetic surgery. Or, delve into one section at a time for patient-friendly examples and sound advice. As longtime readers know, Dr. Josephs' irresistible blend of technological prowess and New York-based humor will leave you with a smile on your face.
About Dr. Mitchell Josephs
Dr. Mitchell Josephs, DDS, practices Implant Cosmetic and General Dentistry with an emphasis on implants, veneers and complex crown and bridge treatment, in Palm Beach, Florida. To learn more, visit https://palmbeachdentist.com/
Melissa Perlman, BlueIvy Communications