How to Spot Receding Gums
added on: July 13, 2017
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Receding gums is one of the most common ailments that the patients at our dental office in Kettering experience. While gum recession is treatable, it can still be painful and sometimes scary to wonder what is going on inside your mouth. In this blog, we’re going to cover how to spot… Read More…


The Oral Health and Heart Health Connection
added on: February 16, 2017
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Our Kettering dental office’s philosophy of patient care revolves around keeping our patients healthy, and not just in their mouths. Many whole-body concerns are associated with oral health problems, including heart disease. This February, in celebration of Heart Health Month, we’d like to educate our patients on the oral health… Read More…


Are Smiles Hereditary?
added on: April 22, 2016
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We’ve all heard the phrase, “He has his father’s smile!” And while that may be true when it comes to appearance, can it also mean children and parents can share the same likelihood for dental problems? At my Kettering and Dayton dental offices, we’d like to give you a little… Read More…


The Link Between Smiling and Attraction
added on: February 17, 2016
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It’s the glimmer between strangers meeting eyes across the room. It’s the sparkle that lights up  a photograph. It can whisper sweet nothings. It can shout with enthusiasm. It can unite people in moments of warmth and magic. It’s a smile, and it’s the universal communicator of joy and connection…. Read More…


Smother Your Valentine with Minty-Fresh Kisses
added on: February 10, 2016
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Everyone wants to share a kiss and a smile on Valentine’s Day. Make sure your mouth is ready for it! A good way to start is by having your teeth cleaned. This not only freshens and brightens your teeth, it can really help clear away any lingering bad breath problems… Read More…


Smiles and Success: The Correlation Between Your Grin and Your Job
added on: January 20, 2016
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We’d all like to believe we were hired for our brains, our passion for the job, and because we were the best fit all around. Unfortunately, that’s not always true. Everyone at my Kettering and Dayton dental offices want you to know that, while it may sound incredibly superficial, the… Read More…


New Year’s Resolutions for Better Oral Health
added on: January 6, 2016
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As the calendar rolls into another year, so many resolutions are being made every day — to eat healthier, call your mom more, and get to the gym regularly. Chances are by June, more than half of all resolutions will have fallen by the wayside. At our Kettering and Dayton… Read More…


Put Your Dental Health on Your Resolution List
added on: December 22, 2015
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Have you started thinking about your New Year’s resolutions yet? I know I have. As hard as they are to make and stick to, it is a tradition that I think helps us look toward the new year as an opportunity for change and improvement. That’s why I often encourage… Read More…