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Fall Sports Season

September 6th, 2017

Are you ready for some football?  Tomorrow is opening night for the NFL season, which reminds us of the importance of protecting our teeth while playing sports.  All sports, but especially contact sports put teeth at risk for trauma.

Trauma to a tooth can range in severity.  Most minimally, a tooth can fracture which then requires a tooth-colored filling to be placed to repair the fracture.  A more severe fracture can make it necessary to have a root canal and crown to repair the tooth when the fracture has gone into the nerve.  Or, the trauma to a tooth can be so severe that the tooth dislodges entirely from the socket.  Any of these outcomes can be concerning and costly.  The best part is however, that many injuries to teeth can be prevented or at least lessened, by wearing a properly fitted mouthguard.

Did you know that Dr. Stevens is an authorized Under Armour mouthguard provider?

This month we are offering 10% all of our Under Armour mouthguards.  This includes both the stock and custom mouthguards.  Stop by the office to pick up your stock mouthguard, or call to schedule for impressions for your custom mouthguard.

We hope everyone has a *SAFE* and fun fall sports season!

-Dr. Stevens

Back-To-School Time

August 8th, 2017

It's Back-To-School this month.  Teachers and children are gearing up for the start of a fresh, new school year.  Backpacks-check!  Pencils-check!  Clean and healthy teeth-CHECK!

This month we are focusing on prevention, which is not only applicable to children, but adults as well.  As a reminder, the American Academy of Pediatric Dentists recommend that a child have their first dental exam within six months of the first tooth erupting, or no later than their first birthday.  We love seeing your children and grandchildren at our office!

Having children visit the dental office early on helps establish positive experiences with the dental team.  It also gets them accustomed to the office and our equipment.  This is especially important in the case of a dental emergency, where a child traumatizes a tooth and may require an exam and x-rays.  If they are familiar with our office, it is oftentimes much easier to get the needed information to assess the situation.

We wish everyone their best school year yet and look forward to seeing you at the office!

-Dr. Stevens

Welcome To Our Blog

July 31st, 2017

Thank you for taking the time to visit our blog. Please check back often for updates on fun and exciting events happening at our office, important and interesting information about dentistry, and the latest news about our practice.

We hope this will be a valuable resource for our patients, their families, and friends!

-Dr. Stevens

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