86 Years Strong

86 Years Strong Dec 5, 2018 This time of year, especially as we prepare to move into our 87th year of business (!!) always gets us reflecting on how fortunate we are. Wonderful patients, dedicated and talented staff, a rich tradition of compassionate dentistry. And so much to look forward to! Come [...]

2018-12-05T13:28:20+00:00 Dental News and Info|

What Kind of Patient Are You?

What Kind of Patient Are You? June 25, 2018 Everyone has a different relationship to their healthcare - different priorities and resources that define the kind of care you seek. We’re not judging, we promise! But in our experience, dental patients fall into one of three categories - and knowing which category [...]

2018-06-25T12:13:26+00:00 Dental News and Info|

What Dental Products Should I Use?

What Dental Products Should I Use? April 2, 2018 It’s an overwhelming sea of pastes and rinses, that oral hygiene aisle in the store. The dental product industry is huge, and of course everyone claims to be the best. But what’s really good for you? Here’s a list the products that we recommend [...]

2018-04-09T11:06:08+00:00 Dental News and Info|

Dental fillings without pain or anesthetic??

Dental fillings without pain or anesthetic?? Yes please!! In our never ending quest to seek out and utilize the latest technology, we are THRILLED to announce our latest advance: pain free laser dentistry. 2018 has brought the Solea laser to Strobel, and we can’t wait to see how this changes our patients’ experience for [...]

Goodbye 2017, Hello 2018!

Goodbye 2017, Hello 2018! As always, the ushering in of a new year gets us reflecting on how much our practice has grown and changed. So many welcomes, a few goodbyes, and of course some clinical/technological leaps… let’s take a look back at a great 2017! In April, our admin team member Amelia welcomed [...]

Oral Lichen Planus – The Facts

Oral Lichen Planus - The Facts Oral Lichen Planus (OLP) is a chronic inflammatory condition of the oral mucosa (membrane/lining inside your mouth). Anyone can get it, but it is more common in women over 40. It may appear as: Red, swollen tissue Lacy, raised white patches In more severe cases, open sores. Causes [...]