Periodontal Disease and Your Health

Periodontal disease, often called gum disease, is an infection in the gums and tissues that support your teeth. Over time, a build-up of bacteria and food particles takes hold in the crevice just below the gum line. As the bacteria grow and thrive, they feed on the tissue attached to your tooth and cause the…

Exceptional Patient Review by Kathleen S.

We always love to get great feedback from our patients. Here’s what a recent patient had to say about their experience. “I love to have my teeth cleaned! Rachelle does a great job and we have a good time visiting. Afterward, I look forward to a delicious cup of coffee from the Keurig in their…

Excellent Patient Review by Sheila F

We always love to get great feedback from our patients. Here’s what a recent patient had to say about their experience. “From the moment you walk in until the moment you leave, one is well taken care of — excellent service! Everything is explained in detail — why service is needed, what is being done,…

Drink Your Water For Better Health

Everyone has heard that you should drink at least eight 8 ounce glasses of water a day. That seems like a lot to most people. In light of the fact that nearly 75% of your body is comprised of water, expert’s suggestions actually make a lot of sense. Being hydrated is an integral part of…

Dental Health – All the Way to Tokyo!

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Dr. Kim Kutsch and our own Janelle Miller (RDH) traveled to Tokyo, Japan for a presentation to a large group of dentists and dental hygienists. The participants were eager to learn about cavity prevention and the importance of utilizing Carifree products. It was a perfect opportunity to share our technology with the Japenese dentists and…

Your Dental Benefits

Categories: General Dentistry

What are dental benefits?  Many employers offer full-time employees dental health benefits as part of, or in addition to, their regular health benefits. Think of your dental benefits like health insurance for your teeth!  Ninety percent of dental benefits are offered through employers, because they know the value of dental health.  They know that good…

Things to do for your smile

Categories: Dental Health
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Avoid staining foods – Some of your favorite foods can, unfortunately, cause stains on your teeth. Even beverages like red wine, soda and coffee can dull the whiteness of teeth, leaving a not-so-bright smile. Try to brush soon after eating darker foods to preserve your smile’s natural brightness. Don’t smoke – Not only is it…