Archive for September, 2020

Happy Fall!

Author: Dr. Alison Vitelli, DMD Happy Fall y’all!  It is that time of year when leaves turn beautiful tones of red and yellow, temperatures drop and the holiday season starts, creating a perfect environment to gather together with our loved ones.  Today, I am not going to address a dental topic, but rather give you […]

Hard At Work

Author: Dr. David Dickerhoff, DDS, MAGD, FOCOI If you will be kind enough to let me vent some of my frustration in this blog, I would appreciate it. This pandemic that roared its head in the early months of 2020 needs to be brought under control as soon as possible.  My optimism is based on knowing that […]

The Anatomy Of The Tooth

Author: Dr. Rima Solanki, DMD During your dental appointment, you may hear your dentist talking about different layers of teeth and how each part of the tooth shows up on your radiograph. Teeth have three layers. The outer layer of the tooth is called the enamel and it is the hardest and densest material in […]

It’s Necessary!

Author: Kimberly N. Powell, DDS, MS, FAGD We understand that most people do not like coming to the dentist. We are also aware of the number of forms that our patients are required to complete. However daunting, we want you to know that it’s necessary. One document that protects the patient’s health information and gives […]

Removable Prosthodontics and How To Care For Them

Author: Dr. Alison Vitelli, DMD Removable dentures are a relatively quick and financially reasonable option for replacing multiple missing teeth. Sometimes it can be used as an interim solution during the healing phase of more extensive treatment. There are two main categories of removable dentures: partials and complete. When a patient still has natural teeth […]