How to Get a Whiter Smile
added on: August 28, 2018
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We all want to have a smile that we’re happy with and proud to show off. However, if your smile isn’t as white as you’d like it to be you may choose to hide your grin behind tightly closed lips. At our dental office in Kettering, we can help transform your smile from dull or Read more…


“I’ve Lost a Filling, What Do I Do?”
added on: August 21, 2018
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Dental fillings are super-strong restorations that help fill the space left over after we remove decay. But sometimes things happen that can cause a filling to come loose or totally fall out. Whether it’s from crunching down on a popcorn kernel or grinding your teeth while you sleep, a lost filling may cause worry. The Read more…


“Why Does My Dentist Need to Know My Medical History?”
added on: July 30, 2018
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Before your first visit with your dentist in West Chester you’ll probably be asked to fill out a medical history form. But why does a doctor who’s looking at your oral health need to know all about your overall health? The truth is, there is a strong connection between the two and the more your Read more…


Cosmetic Dental Veneers
added on: July 25, 2018
dental veneers

At our dental office in Kettering, we want everyone to be confident with their smiles. But we know that sometimes that’s just not the case. Instead of living with a smile you’re unhappy with, there are tons of cosmetic dentistry treatments that can help give you a smile you’re proud to show off. In today’s Read more…


A Closer Look at Sugary Snacks
added on: July 12, 2018
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Most of us know that sugar is bad for teeth. So it should come as no surprise that our dental office in Kettering encourages our patients to limit their sugar intake in order to keep teeth healthy and decay-free. But sometimes it’s not so easy know just how much sugar is in the foods we Read more…


Oral Health for Seniors
added on: June 27, 2018
older gentleman

Oral healthcare needs vary from person to person and even between age groups. That’s one reason our dental office in Kettering believes that individualized dental care is the best approach to keeping our neighbors healthy. And while several common dental concerns remain consistent through every stage of life, there are some unique ailments that tend Read more…


3 Things All Men Need to Know About Their Oral Health
added on: June 26, 2018
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The truth is, men are more likely to skip the recommended bi-annual visits to the dentist. According to the Academy of General Dentistry, many American men simply don’t go to the dentist unless they have a problem. However, by maintaining dental appointments twice-a-year they can prevent many of these problems from ever occurring. The team Read more…


Are Headaches and Dentistry Related?
added on: June 12, 2018
woman with headache

All of us have experienced at least one headache throughout our lives. And while headaches are certainly uncomfortable, there are millions of Americans who suffer with regular headaches or more severe migraines regularly. During this National Migraine & Headache Awareness Month, our dental office in Middletown wants to help do our part by educating our Read more…


All About Asthma and Oral Health
added on: May 23, 2018
woman reaching for asthma inhaler

Asthma is a scary, chronic disease that affects over 20 million adults and more than 6 million children in the United States. If not managed and treated proactively, asthma can make it difficult to breathe, cause the chest to tighten, and can even lead to death. At our dental office in West Chester, we also Read more…


How Brushing Your Teeth Affects Overall Health
added on: May 18, 2018
young woman brushes teeth

It probably comes as no surprise that the team at our dental office in Middletown is all for you brushing your teeth regularly. After all, we are dedicated to protecting our patients’ smiles, and brushing properly is an important step to help accomplish that goal. But we also know that brushing your teeth benefits more Read more…


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