Month: February 2020

Flouride Facts For You And Your Family

In recent years, fluoride has become a source of worry for many people, as a push for more “natural” products when it comes to health and hygiene is being made. While these endeavors are not all malicious, fluoride has gotten a bad name for itself that it doesn’t actually deserve. In today’s blog, your Lake… Read more »

Why You Should Whiten Your Teeth In Our Office

Teeth whitening can seem like a daunting process, especially with the availability of over the counter whitening kits and the prevalence of do it yourself and “natural” methods that can be found online. Unfortunately for consumers, these methods often do not work, and can even be harmful to your dental health. In today’s blog, your… Read more »

Why You May Need A Root Canal Treatment

Every now and then there comes a time in a patient’s life when he or she may need a root canal treatment. While this procedure is not something that sounds pleasurable or preferrable, it is often needed to help maintain a tooth’s health and to keep it functioning properly. What usually scares people about this… Read more »

How To Brush Like A Pro

We all get into our daily or weekly habits. Maybe you know that you have to roll the trash out every Thursday for Friday pickup. Or perhaps you understand on the tenth of each month it is time to give your dog his heartworm pill. Habits can help us maintain positive consistency in our lives,… Read more »

How We Can Care For Your Child’s Teeth

February is National Children’s Dental Health Month. However, taking care of your children’s teeth is a year-round practice. It is one of the reasons that your Lake Orion, MI, dentist offers treatment options for your child. When you bring your child in for an appointment with us, we will make sure she or he is… Read more »

How Dental Bridges And Dentures Can Help Rebuild Your Smile

Losing a tooth is no fun. Besides compromising the smile that you want, it can have repercussions on your biting and chewing and could cause issues with your gum tissue if left untreated. However, your Lake Orion, MI, dentist is here to help. With dental bridges and dentures, we help rebuild your smile, while also… Read more »