Dr. Mark A. Marion

General & Cosmetic Dentistry

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Zelienople, PA 16063

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Are You or a Loved One at Risk for Oral Cancer?

Are You or a Loved One at Risk for Oral Cancer?

by Natalie (SU)
Most people probably know that like many other cancers, the earlier oral cancer is found, the more survivable it is. As we reported in September’s blog post, “Oral Cancer Statistics You Shouldn't Ignore, “ thousands of people die from oral cancer every year, and the astounding fact is that many of these deaths could have been prevented, had the cancer been caught early through routine screenings.

Oral Cancer Statistics You Shouldn't Ignore

Oral Cancer Statistics You Shouldn't Ignore

by Yenny (SU)
According to the Oral Cancer Foundation, thousands of people will die every year due to oral cancer. What is astounding, is that many of these deaths could have been prevented. Here are some oral cancer statistics and risk factors you shouldn’t ignore.

Top Cosmetic Dentist

Top Cosmetic Dentist

by Yenny (SU)
At Marion Smile Center, we believe in gentle, exceptional dentistry that centers around you. Maybe that’s why Dr. Mark Marion has once again been listed as one of Pittsburgh Magazine’s Top Dentists. Dr. Marion has won the title multiple times since 2011. Being chosen is an even bigger honor when you realize he was recognized by his peers, as well as his patients. If you are looking for a top cosmetic dentist, look no further than Dr. Marion of the Marion Smile Center.

Smiles for Life - $13K Raised

Smiles for Life - $13K Raised

by Shearly (SU)
At Marion Smile Center, we are passionate about doing good for the sake of good. That’s why we have a history of partnering with worthy causes, such as Smiles for Life, a non-profit dedicated to donating urgently needed dental care to help poor, ill, disabled, or otherwise disadvantaged children.

The Importance of Treating Periodontal Diseases

The Importance of Treating Periodontal Diseases

by Stephanie Meadows
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, half of the American Population has gum periodontal disease, otherwise known as gum disease. The scary thing is, not everyone knows that they actually have it until the symptoms are pretty bad. Therefore, the American Academy of Periodontology encourages that people have yearly comprehensive periodontal evaluations to assess for the disease.