Proper dental hygiene is all about brushing and flossing, but there is also a lot more to making sure you have healthy teeth and gums. To keep your mouth healthy throughout your lifetime, there are many factors you need to take into consideration.

No Two Mouths Are The Same

It’s important that you understand your own oral health needs. What works for one person’s teeth and gums may not be what works for you. Many different medical and health conditions affect your teeth and gums: pregnancy, heart disease, cancer treatments, diabetes, and gum disease. Make sure you talk to your dentist if you experience a change in your overall health since your last dental visit.

Follow a Dental Hygiene Routine

An easy-to-follow oral health care routine can be beneficial to your mouth health and your overall health. Brushing at least twice a day (after snacks and meals) is recommended, and flossing once a day is usually ideal. Adding in extra steps, like rinsing with mouthwash, can also be worked into your daily routine. If you have special needs or require a special dental care routine, talk to your dentist.

We Look Forward To Welcoming You And Your Child…

You will find our office to be a pleasant and caring environment. We know a positive experience can set the tone for your child’s future dental health. That is why our office has been designed to be “kid friendly”. Even more importantly, our pediatric dentists and professional staff have dedicated their careers to helping children. We establish trust with your child by creating a safe and happy place for them to be. The latest in dental technology is combined with genuine compassion and concern.

We are open Monday through Saturday and offer appointments as early as 7:30am

The first checkup is recommended at the first birthday. Our patients generally stay with us until they graduate high school. We are proud to say we are now seeing the children of former patients, as the practice was established in 1973 by Dr. Robert Harmon.

We have 24 hour coverage for our patient’s dental emergencies. There is a pediatric dentist on call at all times. Should you need after hours advice or emergency care, simply dial our telephone number and our message will direct you.

Are we accepting new patients? Yes, absolutely! We are happy to welcome new patients to our practice and we appreciate your referring your friends and family to us.


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