Dental Education Blog 2018-04-09T11:06:54+00:00

Dental Education Blog

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 [...]

Activated Charcoal and Your Teeth – The Uses, Benefits and Risks

Activated Charcoal and Your Teeth - The Uses, Benefits and Risks November 13, 2018 The use of activated charcoal in health and wellness is certainly not new. As early as 1500 B.C. Egyptians were using it for intestinal ailments, and in 400 B.C. Hindus and Phoenicians began using it to purify water. [...]

How Times Have Changed: Dentistry in the Past 86 Years

How Times Have Changed: Dentistry in the Past 86 Years September 27, 2018 Dentistry is not alone in having come a LONG way in the past century - most scientific fields have advanced to the point of being unrecognizable by their predecessors. We feel so privileged to have had a unique first [...]

What is a Periodontist and How Can One Help Me?

What is a Periodontist and How Can One Help Me? August 13, 2018 As you may already know, we are super excited to welcome Dr. Jennifer Shango to the practice as our new on-site periodontist! With all this perio on the brain, we thought this would be a good opportunity to talk [...]

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 [...]

Dental Savings Plans – An Alternative to Dental Insurance?

Dental Savings Plans - An Alternative to Dental Insurance? May 15, 2018 We all know how confusing, complex, and often costly dental insurance can be. For many people, especially those fortunate enough to be offered dental insurance through a large employer, it can absolutely be worth it. But is it always? Let’s [...]