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4th of July
We hope all of you have a fun, relaxing, and safe Independence Day. Light some fireworks and eat some hot dogs for us!
July 29th: Founding Of NASA
On this day in 1958, President Eisenhower founded NASA. Since then, this organization has explored our galaxy, making major advancements for all of humankind.
We proudly use the latest dental technology to ensure we can provide you with the best possible service while still being efficient. We know you don’t want to spend your whole day at the dentist, and our technology helps us get you out of the office (with a healthy smile) as quickly as possible.
We sincerely wish all of our fantastic patients and staff members with July birthdays the happiest celebrations!
Out Of Office
Our office is closed today, but we look forward to seeing you when we are open next! We can’t wait to see you soon!
Leave A Review
It would mean the world to us if you leave a review! Reviews are one of the best ways for us to reach new patients. Plus, it lets us know how we are doing!
Six Months Since Checkup
If it has been over six months since your last visit to the dentist, be sure to schedule your next appointment as soon as possible! Attending regular checkups is the best way to keep your mouth healthy.
If you are missing a tooth, be sure to have the gap filled as quickly as possible. Missing teeth can lead to cognitive decline if left untreated.
In addition to monitoring your teeth, it is just as crucial to be aware of your gum health. Gum disease is serious, so you want to stay on top of your health! Be sure to brush your gums and floss every day.
Two Minutes Brushing
Did you know that you should brush for at least two minutes every time your brush? If it has been a while since you’ve timed yourself, set a timer, so you can get a feel for how long two minutes is!
A lifetime of great oral health starts at a young age. Be sure to teach your kids the importance of brushing and flossing, so they can enjoy healthy smiles for many years to come!