Spring has sprung! As the weather warms up outside, it is time do a deep clean of the house and rummage through the closets, under the bed, in the attic and every other nook and cranny to get rid of items you no longer need or want. However, while you are focusing on freshening up your home, do not forget to look after yourself as well! Now is the perfect time to schedule a spring checkup with a family dentist in Gorham.
Morgan-Hill Dental Care Blog
March 10, 2019
February 17, 2019
You’re in need of a dental crown, but you’re not sure what’s the best way to go about it. Two available methods are traditional crowns and CEREC (chairside economical restoration of esthetics ceramics). So you can get an idea of which is better-suited to restore your tooth, a local dentist explains both processes!
February 11, 2019
Trying to manage the different needs and schedules of different family members is no easy task. Work, school, dental, and doctor appointments are just some of the things you have to juggle to make it all work. But while you can’t simplify everything, you can do one thing to make life a little easier – see a family dentist in Gorham! It’s the best way to make things more convenient and get high-quality, comprehensive care at the same time. Learn more below!
January 18, 2019
You know you should visit the dentist twice a year, but why is it so important? And why should you make your appointments sooner rather than later? What advantages are there to having your dental visits set early? Check out these 5 reasons to schedule early and keep these checkups and cleanings with your family dentist in Gorham. (more…)
December 11, 2018
With the year coming to a close, you’re probably planning and scheduling out what your 2019 is going to look like. This time of year, you may set goals or resolutions, with most of them being health related. Have you thought about your teeth and oral health? Do you have your twice-a-year appointments booked for 2019? Keep reading to learn why it’s a great time to schedule your routine dental visits with a family dentist in Gorham.
December 4, 2018
Finding a great family dentist can save you a lot of time and headache because you and your loved ones can receive dental care at the same practice. But what makes a dental practice a “family dentist” and how do you know if they’re right for you? Thankfully, there are some easy ways you can find the best family dentist in Gorham to meet the needs of all of your loved ones.
November 30, 2018
Hello and welcome to our new website and blog! As your trusted dentist in Gorham, our team recognizes that our ability to provide excellent care for healthy, beautiful smiles rests on using the most state-of-the-art technology. And that includes having an up-to-date web presence! Please check back here regularly for up-to-date news as it relates to our practice and your oral health and wellness.
November 1, 2018
Have you noticed something different around here lately? As part of our continuous effort to improve the patient experience of all our guests, we recently completed a makeover of our dental website. Now, our website shares more custom photos and tells more of our story. At the same time, it includes the latest technology and makes us more accessible to everyone on the Internet. To learn more about the details behind the change, read on! (more…)
August 14, 2018
Research has shown that the health of your mouth is a reflection of your body’s overall health. In fact, according to the Academy of General Dentistry, there is a link between health complications such as a stroke and heart disease and oral health issues like gum (periodontal) disease. Regular appointments at your dentist in Portland, Maine should be a part of your overall health care regimen.
April 20, 2017
When life gives you lemons, you should make lemonade, but be sure to brush your teeth and rinse with water after because acidity wears away at the enamel. When life is really throwing you lemons, dental hygiene might not be the first thing to come to mind with all the other problems in the way. But maintaining good oral health will ensure that you don’t run into bigger problems later on and ensuring less trips to the emergency dentist.