Over 700 different types of bacteria live in our mouths. Dr. Dave Diehl recently explained to radio listeners that brushing alone can’t remove the plaque these bacteria form. This can lead to an increased risk of blood clots and worse. If you’re overdue for a cleaning, call your dentist soon!
Our Dr. Dave Diehl recently treated patients on a mission trip to the Dominican Republic, one of the poorest western nations. He told a radio audience that neglected dental care can cause even more damage here at home than he treats there. That’s why Dupont Family Dentistry is now making a donation to Matthew 25 dental clinic for every Same-Day Smile Makeover we perform.
Our Same-Day Smile Makeover can give you a bright, healthy new look in just a few hours. Now, when you give yourself this gift, Dupont Family Dentistry is donating to Matthew 25 so someone who can’t afford dental care benefits, too. Listen as Dr. Dave Diehl explains.
25% of us suffer “dental phobia” which may prevent regular dental care. If you know someone who has neglected dental problems, tag them with this message from Dr. Dave Diehl on what they can expect from a state-of-the-art practice like Dupont Family Dentistry
Our own Dr. Allyson Feasel donates her time to the Matthew 25 dental clinic which treats people who can’t afford care any other way. She recently shared with radio listeners how restoring one man’s smile helped put his life on track. It’s why Dupont Family Dentistry is donating to Matthew 25 on behalf of anyone who undergoes a Same-Day Smile Makeover.
Every week, we see a patient who hasn’t been to the dentist in many years. Dr. Dave Diehl explained to radio listeners how a complex web of concerns that keep people away can combine to create significant problems.
Changes come fast to dental care, and one of the best makes the whole experience easier for anxious patients. Listen to Dr. Dave Diehl explain why sedation dentistry has become so helpful, popular and effective.
Research has found a link between bacteria that attack our teeth and several serious health problems – including Alzheimer’s disease. Dr. Dave Diehl recently told radio listeners how these bacteria cause tooth and bone loss, and what you can do about it.
A regular part of your oral exam is checking for signs of periodontal disease. Dr. Dave Diehl shared with radio listeners what it means when you hear a string of numbers near the end of your cleaning and regular exam.