As the Holiday Season is upon us, we find ourselves reflecting on the past year and how you have helped to shape 2011. We want to thank you for being such a special part of our year. We look forward to seeing you in 2012 and for years to come. We hope you enjoy the Holidays with friends and family, filled with peace and prosperity. Have a Great New Year!
This week in the Rochester Post’s “Spotlight on Business“ section they are featuring:
“Dentate Smile Design puts priority on patient comfort“.
Our priority is making you feel as comfortable as possible at every dental visit.
It’s all about you!
Dr. Tate Vo was recently inducted as a member of the Rochester Rotary Club.
We are so proud of you!
Did you know brushing only cleans 60% of tooth surfaces?
The remaining 40% can only be reached with floss.
Flossing once a day will help ensure proper removal of bacteria and plaque that not...
We now have the Therabath Pro Paraffin Therapy Bath for your hands. When you come in for your next dental visit you can moisturize and soften your hands, while we take great care of your smile. Come relax with us.
We would like to thank Marcy with Brookside Elementary School for allowing us to be guest speakers during the students dental unit. We enjoyed helping them review their dental material. We enjoyed going over proper dental care and teaching them the “bite dance”. Thank you!!
We want to thank Ms. Culp with Martell Elementary School for inviting us to visit her great 2nd grade class on Thursday Nov. 3, 2011 to teach them about taking good care of their teeth. We had a great time with the children and enjoyed teaching them the “bite dance”. Thank you!! =)
Sip soda all day, get decay!!It’s very easy to forget that soft drinks are a sugary, acid-filled beverage that attacks your teeth and gums with a vengeance.
Our mouths are filled with...
We want to thank Ms. Childress and Ms. Vogelei at Martell Elementary School for having us in on Thursday October 27th to teacher their wonderful students all about taking good care of their teeth. ...
Do you know the dental signs of erosion?cupping of areas that used to have peaks on your teeth,
fillings “standing proud” (where tooth structure surrounding the filling is eroded...