“How Do I Pick the Right Kettering Dentist for Me?”
added on: September 18, 2017
smiling male dentist

There are a variety of reasons you may be searching for a new dentist in Kettering. Perhaps you’ve just moved to our area, maybe your former dentist is retiring, or possibly you’re considering a second option. No matter the reason why, embarking on the search for the right dentist isn’t an easy task. After all, Read more…


5 Things Your West Chester Dentist Wants You to Know
added on: August 30, 2017
dentist explains to patient

At our dental office in West Chester, a large part of what we do involves educating our patients and community about all things related to oral health. While we’re always ready and willing to talk about dentistry, there are some key elements that we feel are the most important for you to know. Read on Read more…


Start This School Year with a Healthy Smile
added on: August 25, 2017
back to school

As we all gear up to head back to school, loading up on folders, notebooks, pencils, and backpacks, the team at our dental office in Kettering wants to send a friendly reminder to our patients and neighbors about the importance of getting your child (or yourself) to the dentist before school starts. Dental Checkups Help Read more…


Your Dental Cleaning is Much More Than Simply a Cleaning
added on: August 21, 2017
man gets dental cleaning

Twice a year (at least) you come to our dental office in Middletown for your dental hygiene visit. During this appointment, we’re certainly focused on removing plaque, flossing diligently, and polishing your pearly whites. But what our patients may not know is that your bi-annual cleaning has a much bigger focus than simply getting your Read more…


4 Habits That Are Destroying Your Teeth
added on: July 28, 2017
woman biting her nails

Even if you brush twice a day, floss each night, and visit our dental office in Middletown, Kettering, or West Chester at least twice a year, you may be doing other things that could be damaging your smile… and you may not even know it. Today we’d like to talk about some of the most Read more…


All About Gum Recession
added on: July 13, 2017
woman indicates gum irritation

At our dental offices in Middletown, Kettering, and West Chester, we tend to put a lot of focus on our patients’ teeth and any concerns they have in relation to the appearance of their smiles. But there’s so much more to consider when evaluating overall oral health. The gums, for example, are one area that Read more…


What Does Your Smile Say?
added on: June 29, 2017
young woman smiling

A healthy smile is definitely a powerful tool. It can change the mood in a room. It can convey confidence and professionalism, even if you’re not feeling it. You can hear someone smiling over the phone, without even seeing their face light up. Our dental offices in Middletown, Kettering, and West Chester know the importance Read more…


“It’s Been Awhile Since I’ve Seen The Dentist. What Do I Need to Know?”
added on: June 21, 2017
anxious woman in dental chair

Whether it’s been a couple of months, a couple of years, or even a couple of decades since you’ve seen your dentist in Middletown, Kettering, or West Chester, please know you’re not alone. We see patients frequently who are hesitant to schedule an appointment just because it’s been such a long time since they were Read more…


5 Favorite Treats That Can Crack Teeth
added on: May 22, 2017
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There are a lot of things that can cause tooth damage. We’ve seen cracked teeth from sports injuries, loose teeth caused by clenching and grinding, and there’s always the chance for us to treat someone for a simple cavity. But at our Middletown, Kettering, and West Chester dental offices, it’s also pretty common for us Read more…


All About Dental X-Rays
added on: May 11, 2017
male dentist examines dental x-rays

Dental x-rays are a vital diagnostic tool used to properly identify any underlying conditions that may not yet be visible on the surface. At our dental offices in Middletown, Kettering, and West Chester, we perform dental x-rays only as often as necessary, which can vary from patient to patient depending on their oral needs and Read more…


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