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National Flossing Day

First and foremost, Dr. Brad Greenfield and the Lake Orion Family Dentistry team want to wish you and your family a very happy Thanksgiving! We hope your holiday was filled with lots of friends and family, a cornucopia of delicious food, and lots of smiles.

New and Improved!

Take a look at our website at www.lkorionfamdent.com. Notice anything different?

You should! The Lake Orion Family Dentistry website is new and improved, and Dr. Brad Greenfield and our team are excited to give you the tour.

Lake Orion Family Dentistry Does a Little Fall Cleaning!

On Halloween, we dressed up like maids and had a little fun while getting work done in our dental office. We scrubbed and cleaned the office from top to bottom to make it sparkly, shiny, and spotless- kind of like when we clean your smile!

Your Dental Health and Mental Health

Monday, October 10, 2011, is World Mental Health Day. This day is dedicated raising awareness about the special health care practices needed for people with mental health problems.

You may be wondering what mental health is doing on a dental blog, but the answer is simple: a fear of the dentist is among the top ten fears in the U.S., and feelings of fear, anxiety, and phobia are part of your mental health.

Actual Patient Testimonial

Dr. Greenfield and every one of the staff who assisted me today exceeded all of my expectations and I am not that easy to please. The staff worked to fit me in at the last minute and even remembered my previous scheduling issues. Shannon especially, is very skilled and takes pride in her work. My teeth look better than they ever have and the dentist explained ways to prevent future problems. Really, can you beat that? SO glad I changed to Dr. Greenfield and his outstanding staff!!!!

The Power of Extreme Enamel

I’m sure you know what the hardest naturally occurring substance in the world is. Diamonds, of course! This seems to be common knowledge, but do you know what the second hardest naturally occurring substance is? I’ll give you a clue. It is white, protective, and is located in your body.

Any guesses? It’s tooth enamel, of course! It’s true; your tooth enamel is incredibly hard and is an unbeatable protector for your teeth. I’m Dr. Brad Greenfield of Lake Orion Family Dentistry, and I want to tell you all about this amazing stuff.