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you’ve got dental questions, we’ve got answers
added on: August 5, 2015

We know dentistry can be confusing, but at my St. Joseph dental office, we want to make sure all our patients are comfortable coming to us if they have questions. We’re always happy to answer or clarify anything. f In fact, in this blog, we want to talk about a few… Read More…


time to toss your toothbrush?
added on: July 15, 2015

How long has your toothbrush been in use? Is it past its prime? Is it time to toss it in the trash and invest in a new one? At my dental office in St. Joseph, these are important questions that we’d like to provide some answers to. Toothbrushes are designed… Read More…


how to handle a dental emergency
added on: July 1, 2015

Any emergency is serious and should be treated as such. Dental emergencies, which include any injury to the teeth, gums, or mouth, are no exception. At my St. Joseph dental office, we understand that a dental emergency can be scary, so we’re here to help give you a few tips… Read More…


what to do when you forget your toothbrush
added on: June 17, 2015

It happens all the time, and it’s ok. You’re packing to go on vacation, a work trip, or a long weekend getaway and you forget your toothbrush. While brushing with a proper soft-bristled toothbrush is always best, my St. Joseph dental office wants to give you some tips to try… Read More…


brushing teeth at work: yay or nay?
added on: June 3, 2015

We’ve recently stumbled across a debate about whether or not you should brush your teeth at work. Some people consider it weird to walk into the office restroom and find co-workers with a mouth full of toothpaste. Others think it’s better to brush than plague the cubicles with stinky breath…. Read More…


michigan beats national average for adults seeking routine dental care
added on: May 9, 2014

According to new numbers released by Gallup, 69.4 percent of Michigan adults report having visited a dentist at least once in the past 12 months for routine dental care. The national average in this poll was 64.7 percent. At 74.9 percent, Connecticut had the largest number of adults report seeing… Read More…

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