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THE TINY TIBETAN BERRY THAT WILL KEEP YOU SMILING By Gerald P. Curatola, D.D.S. posted on DR OZ 03/16/11 Throughout my search for nature’s power nutritionals, my personal discovery of the intense biodynamic power of the tiny berry fruit of sea buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L.), a multipurpose wonder plant, harvested high in the Tibetan Himalayas, ranks among the best. The incredibly high antioxidant properties of the sea buckthorn berry, along with its  [ Read More ]


FIVE THINGS YOUR DENTIST REALLY WANTS YOU TO KNOW as featured on Dr OZ Blog 03/03/11 By Gerald P. Curatola, D.D.S. 1. Don’t Wait ‘Til It Hurts. This old adage continues to ring true today. So many patients procrastinate a checkup or treatment simply because of the false notion that “nothing hurts.” Gum disease is a silent, painless, progressive killer of teeth that is also a source of chronic low-grade  [ Read More ]

The Art & Science of Rejuvenation Dentistry

Posted by team March - 27 - 2011 0 Comment
GLOW Spring 2011

IF YOU HAVE EVER invested in improving the interior of your home, you will no doubt identify with what is referred to as “the domino factor” of design (also known as “all-I did-was-buy-a-new duvet-and-now-the-whole-house needs-hardwoods.”) One improvement, however seemingly insignificant, only accentuates that which is unimproved. This same premise applies to facial aesthetics. Whether we are talking about a full face and neck lift or a simple nonsurgical procedure, like  [ Read More ]

Dr OZ feature of an amazing makeover

Posted by team March - 15 - 2011 0 Comment

I would like to share with you one of the most rewarding and productive experiences I have had, both personally and professionally, from a magical flow of events this past week. Like childbirth, the “birth pains” of this project diminished in an exciting and heartwarming conclusion this past Friday before a live studio audience. The attached pictures tell the story (WARNING: some are pretty graphic) Dr. Oz Show segment was  [ Read More ]

Dr Gerry Would Like to Thank Lady Gaga

Posted by team March - 6 - 2011 0 Comment
Lady Gaga - CC via Flickr by ama_lia

In April of last year I applauded on FOXNEWS.COM a blog post which read as follows: pop music diva and media sensation, Lady Gaga, made a startling statement while in London for the promotion of her own MAC Viva Glam Gaga lipstick that raises money for HIV/AIDS and donates every dollar of its sales to the cause. She remarked, “I’m single right now and I’ve chosen to be single because  [ Read More ]

Pearly White Teeth for Christmas

With holiday parties and lot’s of good cheer going around at this time of year, here is an article I wrote for It’s a good time to take a good look at that smile you or your loved one is flashing, or maybe a little embarrassed to do so at the office party this year. So here are 5 golden ways to give your smile a lift this holiday without  [ Read More ]

Global Vision, Global Heart

Posted by team October - 17 - 2010 1 Comment

Perhaps you’ve heard of the parable of the three stonecutters on the side of the road. A passerby asked, “What are you men doing?”. “Why I am making a living,” said the first. “I am doing the best job of stonecutting in the entire company,” replied the second. “I,” answered the third, “am building a cathedral.” There are leaders in their specialty who set the proverbial bar, and then there  [ Read More ]


Published July 26, 2010 - Entering the final countdown for one of the biggest days in any bride’s life can often bring the kind of stress that can take its toll, not to mention the biggest A-List wedding of the year – the marriage of Chelsea Clinton to Marc Mezvinsky, which has the media swarming like ‘bees to honey’ for any bit of information or glimpse of wedding planning activity.  [ Read More ]

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The independent film “Death and the Blue Eyed Boy” Here is a board of the film in pictures taken by Richard Lewin (May 2nd 2010) Anti Fungus


Published April 28, 2010 - The Icelandic volcano that erupted and was responsible for crippling air travel throughout Europe over the past few weeks, is still continuing to wreak havoc on a global scale affecting commerce, welfare and even health with a cost into the billions of dollars. It is hard to believe that all of this “fallout” emanated from one volcano on a small island country just south of the  [ Read More ]