Where There’s Smoke… How Tobacco Affects Your Dental Health

November 17, 2011

November 17th is the 36th annual Great American Smokeout, a holiday created to help smokers quit. The American Cancer Society sponsors rallies, meetings, and educational events across the country; the Smokeout website features quitting aids like smoking cost calculators and desktop widgets. Quitting smoking is beneficial to your overall well-being, your wallet, and your oral […]

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Oral Symptoms You Shouldn’t Ignore: Swollen Gums

September 28, 2011

Have you noticed that your gums look a little more red or puffy lately? Even if you believe you have healthy teeth and gums, swollen gums require a trip to the dentist. […]

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Dentistry and Diabetes

July 26, 2011

If you’re diabetic, it’s even more important for you to be in good oral health. Gum disease affects 80 percent of American adults, and you may not know you have it. Gum disease, clinically known as periodontal disease, is a bacterial infection of the mouth. In the early stages, symptoms may not be noticeable. However, […]

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Why do my gums bleed?

June 10, 2011

The best thing you can do to protect your teeth is to visit your dentist regularly. At Lake Orion Family Dentistry, Dr. Brad Greenfield will screen your mouth for signs of decay and infection at every dental checkup and cleaning you have at his dental office. If caught in the early stages, gum disease and other oral health problems can be treated effectively, and Dr. Greenfield will work with you through every step of your treatment. […]

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General Checkups Promote Healthy Living

April 26, 2011

Do you know what age people should start visiting the dentist regularly?

Everyone over the age of four should visit the dentist for a professional hygiene appointment twice each year. Our gentle hygienists will inspect your gums for periodontal disease, which is the leading cause of tooth loss among American adults. The hygienists are specially trained to detect, deter, and treat gum disease.

While we are equipped and more than happy to help you beat this serious disease, we would rather help you achieve and maintain quality oral health so that you never have to worry about developing gum disease and other oral health conditions. […]

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General Dentistry

General dental care provides preventive services along with feedback about your oral health. We provide important oral health reviews for patients of all ages.

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Advanced Dentistry

The right solution for an active oral health issue can give you more confidence in your smile along with the support to bite and chew comfortably.

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Children’s Dentistry

We strive to make every visit comfortable for the kids who depend on us, and we provide reviews and protection that helps you keep them safe from oral health threats.

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Cosmetic Dentistry

We offer conservative, lasting solutions to the flaws that rob people of confidence in the way they look when they speak and smile.