October is National Dental Hygiene Month.
Dental assistants are a key part of our dental practice year-round, but this week is a special week dedicated to honoring them for the variety of duties they perform.
Making your child’s first trip to the dentist a comfortable experience sets in place healthy habits that will last a lifetime.
We celebrate all the work our dental hygienists do for our teeth and also raise awareness of strong oral health.
Dental Assistants Recognition Week (March 5-11) celebrates and honors our hard-working dental assistants for the variety of duties they perform, helping to provide our patients with quality dental care.
February is National Children’s Dental Health Month and it’s the perfect time to bring your little one to the dentist for their first exam.
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