Dr. Mark A. Marion

General & Cosmetic Dentistry

111 S. High Street
Zelienople, PA 16063

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The Benefits of Digital Dentures: The Future of Dentistry is in 3-D

The Benefits of Digital Dentures: The Future of Dentistry is in 3-D

by Stephanie Meadows
3-D printing has revolutionized numerous industries – real estate with the launch of 3-D printed homes, dramatic cakes courtesy of 3-D sugar printers, and even dentistry – which now utilizes the revolutionary technology to craft precise molds of teeth for a superior fit.

Marion Smile Center's Annual Smiles for Life Charity Campaign

Marion Smile Center's Annual Smiles for Life Charity Campaign

by Stephanie Meadows
Our mouths are determinants of our health, and therefore, good oral hygiene is of upmost importance. However, not every family is able to afford the basic dental care that they need, so their smiles and health suffer as a result.

What Makes Dr. Mark Marion Top Dentist in the U.S.?

What Makes Dr. Mark Marion Top Dentist in the U.S.?

by Yenny (SU)
As a third-generation dentist, Dr. Marion attended the University of Pittsburgh School of Dental Medicine, where – like his father and grandfather before him – he earned his dental degree. After graduation, he trained under his father for four years while laying the groundwork for the Marion Smile Center.

New Year, New Smiles

New Year, New Smiles

by Natalie (SU)
When the New Year comes around, people tend to make resolutions – often about their health and appearance. The beginning of the new year is when we try to say goodbye to old habits, and welcome new ones into our lives, sort of like hitting the reset button. Many people’s resolutions are to lose weight, exercise more, or to quit smoking. One of those important health topics associated both with being healthy and looking good, is dental care. Many people make it a goal to achieve a happy and healthy, clean looking smile.

How do your medical benefits work?

How do your medical benefits work?

by Natalie (SU)
According to the National Association of Dental Plans, 249.1 million Americans (77% of the population) were signed up for dental benefits in 2016. There are two main ways to get those pearly whites covered; according to healthcare.gov, you can either enroll in a health plan (90% of those with private dental coverage do so through their place of employment), or choose to purchase your own plan.