Everything you Need to Know About Scaling and Root Planing
added on: November 15, 2019
Everything you Need to Know About Scaling and Root Planing

Scaling and Root Planing is a process of deep cleaning below the gumline that helps to treat gum disease. Why Do You Need It? Gum disease is caused by a sticky film of bacteria known as plaque. Plaque is always forming on your teeth. However, if they aren’t cleaned well the bacteria in plaque will Read more…

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Top 5 Risk Factors for Oral Cancer
added on: October 31, 2019
It's estimated that over 51,000 people will be diagnosed with oral cancer and cancers of the throat, tonsils, and back of the tongue each year.

It’s estimated that over 51,000 people will be diagnosed with oral cancer and cancers of the throat, tonsils, and back of the tongue each year. A dentist can check for symptoms of oral cancer during a scheduled check-up. Early detection of such cancers is beneficial for treatment, but you should also know the risk factors Read more…

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5 Questions to ask at your child’s Back-to-School dental visit
added on: October 16, 2019
5 Questions to ask at your child’s Back-to-School dental visit

Some schools require a back-to-school dental exam and this is a good time to plan one of your child’s dental visits. A back-to-school dental visit will help to spot and deal with dental issues so your child doesn’t need to miss classes once school begins. This is also a good time to refocus on your Read more…


4 Steps to Decide If Cosmetic Dentistry Is Right for You
added on: May 28, 2019
beautiful smiling woman

Are you looking for a West Chester dentist who can help you with your cosmetic dentistry needs? We hope you’ll take a minute to read this blog packed full of tips you can use to boost your knowledge about cosmetic dentistry and what kind of treatments are available today. We’ve put together some simple steps Read more…


I’m Pregnant and Nervous About Seeing the Dentist. Help!
added on: May 15, 2019
pregnant woman brushes her teeth

There are so many new questions and complications that can arise when you find out you’re expecting a little one. It’s such a beautiful time and moment in an expectant mother’s life, and we want you to be able to relax and enjoy all of the positive sides of pregnancy. Your Kettering dentist doesn’t want Read more…


Is Calcium Important for Teeth?
added on: May 9, 2019
foods with calcium

We make a commitment to every patient who walks through the doors of our dental office in Middletown to restore and protect both their oral and overall health. One way we can do this is to help your teeth and bones stay strong so that they can last a lifetime. One of the most significant Read more…


What is a Tooth Abscess?
added on: April 24, 2019
dentist analyzes x-ray

An abscessed tooth isn’t a very fun topic to talk about, but it is necessary. Many people will experience an abscess in their life as well as the pain that often comes with it. At our dental office in West Chester, we’re here to share some important information about tooth abscess, so you’re able to Read more…


How to Get a Whiter Smile
added on: April 18, 2019
teeth whitening

There are a number of things that can stain our teeth and make them look dull and discolored. When this happens, we tend to look for ways to bring back our bright, white smiles. At our dental office in Kettering, we have some good news — there are many ways to whiten your teeth! Let’s Read more…


Recognizing the Signs of Oral Cancer
added on: April 15, 2019
oral cancer awareness ribbon

Oral cancer is a scary disease that takes the lives of over 8,500 Americans every year. It’s a widespread problem that can be treated, often very successfully, if caught early. The problem is, many people don’t know the signs of oral cancer and may never realize there’s a problem until it’s too late. So in Read more…


I’m Missing a Tooth. What Should I Do?
added on: March 29, 2019
man missing tooth

Sometimes no matter how much we take care of our teeth, they get damaged and injured or become susceptible to decay and deterioration. This means a tooth can come loose and eventually fall out… if it didn’t get knocked out due to a trauma like a car or sports accident. If you’re missing a tooth, Read more…


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