Congratulations on your pregnancy! This a momentous time in your life when everything seems to be adjusting – not just your belly. Your relationship with your spouse, your other children, and various other family members is changing to prepare for your new arrival. Your work situation may be shifting – at the very least, you’re preparing to take a few weeks off during your maternity leave.
Your schedule is pretty busy and it can be tempting to leave dental care off your schedule. You might think it’s just for a few months that are extra busy, but you should know that once the baby arrives, your life is just going to get more hectic. Sleep deprivation…READ MORE →
No matter who you are and what your credentials may be, going in for a job interview is nerve-wrecking. You want to make an excellent impression – even if you don’t get hired, you want them to at least consider you for future positions. In many fields, everyone is connected, so you never want to leave a bad impression that could impact your employment prospects.
But how do you put the best put forward on job interviews? There are multitudes of advice online that you can sift through and choose what to take to heart, but really, only you know how to feel your best and most confident for job interviews.
One thing is…READ MORE →
Valentine’s Day is coming up soon. Are you ready? Have you planned a romantic evening for your significant other? Are you going all out this year or keeping things low-key?
Sometimes the pressure to make Valentine’s Day special can be kind of annoying. Most of us just finished spending inordinate amounts of money during the holiday season, and now we’re expected to plan an extravagant celebration on Valentine’s Day, complete with a greeting card, fancy dinner, chocolate, and a sexy outfit? Eh… no thanks.
But whether you spend a thousand dollars or no money at all, or anywhere in-between – do you know what will really make your significant other’s day this Valentine’s Day? Seeing your…READ MORE →
is here for all your dental care needs. We’re proud to offer full dental care services for patients of all ages – from sweet, squishy babies to wise seniors, and everyone in-between. We’re committed to not only providing excellent dental services but also providing quality dental education for all our patients.
In that spirit, today we’d like to tell you about restorative care. You may be wondering, what is restorative care? Sounds like it might have to do with antique furniture? No, just kidding… restorative care is the process in which the dentist restores a patient’s teeth to their original structure.
There are many reasons why restorative care might become necessary. Decay, a cavity, a previous restoration that has failed, and tooth structure that has worn away over time, resulting in erosion,…READ MORE →
Many people procrastinate when it comes to taking care of their dental health, but that’s a really bad idea. It’s important to look after your dental health on a very consistent basis. Depending on your individual dental care needs, we recommend that most patients stop by our office for a cleaning and checkup every 6 months. If you’ve had dental health problems in the recent past, we may suggest coming for an appointment more frequently.
No matter how well you brush and floss each day, it’s more than likely that some plaque remains on your teeth. Eventually, this plaque hardens and can only be removed effectively by a dentist. If hardened plaque is left to accumulate on your…READ MORE →
Have you set New Year’s resolutions? It can be a fun tradition that keeps you moving forward with an expectation of progress in the New Year. The most common New Year’s resolution, of course, is to lose weight and become healthier. That resolution can be tough to keep because it involves changing a bunch of daily habits – namely, eating and exercise.
Have you thought about perhaps setting a more realistic New Year’s resolution this year? One that won’t actually be that difficult to keep, but will really make an impact in your life?
It’s easy when you come to and we’ll schedule your…READ MORE →
Many parents dutifully bring their children to regular dental checkups and cleanings throughout their toddler-hoods and elementary school years. All kindergarteners that attend public schools must have clearance from a dentist before being accepted into school. But when the preteen and teenage years hit, it can be more of a struggle to find time and energy to make sure kids continue coming to regular dental checkups and cleanings.
Plus, now that teenage hormones hit, it can be more difficult to convince kids of the importance of diligently looking after their dental health care needs. No one likes to have to argue with their teens and young adult kids about dental visits, but…READ MORE →
Do you help one or more of your grandparents manage their health care needs? Then you should know that one of the most important aspects of anyone’s health, including seniors’, is their dental care. Perhaps your grandma or grandpa hasn’t been to the dentist in awhile, and if so, we highly recommend that you bring them to for a cleaning and checkup.
Did you know that serious health conditions can be detected before symptoms are present by a dentist? Our specialized training and equipment allows us to notice diseases at their earliest stages. So if you and your grandparents want to stay around for many more years, it’s important to stop by at regular…READ MORE →
Dental health is an extremely essential part of overall health for everyone at every age. We invite you to bring your babies and toddlers to . We look forward to seeing you and meeting your precious little ones!
Many people wonder when is the most appropriate time to start bringing their children to . As always, we’re always happy to answer your questions about dental health care. We recommend that babies come to…READ MORE →
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We know that you have lots going on, particularly now, during the holiday season. That’s why we have extensive business hours – – so you should be able to fit your dental appointments into your busy schedule without a problem. Taking care of all your dental care needs is really important, and our staff always works efficiently and thoroughly to make sure you continue to enjoy optimal dental health for many years to come.
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