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Posted 11/22/2017 by Keating Dental Arts in Dental Up Podcast   |  Comments: 0  |   Views: 104
Building Trust
| Shaun Keating + Dr. Dennis Murphy DDS |Dr. Dennis Murphy DDS is an experienced family dentist who had been practicing dentistry since 1977. He believes in minimally invasive dental techniques and has the desire to get to know each one of his patients making his job more rewarding. Dennis likes to...  Read More
Posted 11/9/2017 by Keating Dental Arts in Dental Up Podcast   |  Comments: 0  |   Views: 465
Restorative Dentistry
| Shaun Keating CDT + Dr. Don Harris DDS |Practicing dentistry since 1971, Dr. Don Harris DDS has cared for those who protect our nation. Serving as a dentist in the Air Force during the Vietnam War, he restored many pilot’s teeth. In the Air Force Dr. Harris gained experience in various...  Read More
Posted 10/18/2017 by Keating Dental Arts in Dental Up Podcast   |  Comments: 0  |   Views: 93
Quality Patient Care
| Shaun Keating CDT + Dr. Timothy Test DMD |Dr. Timothy Test DMD has been practicing family and cosmetic dentistry for the past 25 years in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. Timothy has built his practice on one simple philosophy: He treats his patients the way he would like tobe treated himself. Timothy...  Read More
Posted 7/17/2017 by GrayMoore in Tips For Dentists and Dental Industry News   |  Comments: 0  |   Views: 38
Eight Worst Impressions of Dental Diseases on Daily Life
Teeth are the wonderful blessing of nature to us. It’s our foremost responsibility to adopt oral hygience with heart and soul. , D.D.S., F.A.C.D., F.I.C.D. said : “Teeth don’t die a natural death, you kill them”. Described here are eight worst impressions of dental diseases...  Read More
Categories: dental care
Posted 5/12/2016 by Tom Cockerell Jr DDS in Tom Cockerell Jr, DDS   |  Comments: 0  |   Views: 82
Red Alert: Susceptibility for Infection
As a long time practitioner with,I have run the gamut when it comes to dealing with patient medical histories. I have experienced and learned the importance of being systematic when dealing with patient’s medical histories and to break them down into issues that are manageable. This requires...  Read More
Posted 4/13/2016 by Tom Cockerell Jr DDS in Tom Cockerell Jr, DDS   |  Comments: 0  |   Views: 85
Inside A Dentist's Mind: "Drug Reactions"
Dentists know that drugs are helpful for patients but that some care must always be given to make sure that the entire spectrum of activity of a drug is considered. We spend a lot of our clinical formation learning how they will impact our decision making. And though we encounter many of the same...  Read More
Posted 2/4/2016 by Tom Cockerell Jr DDS in Tom Cockerell Jr, DDS   |  Comments: 0  |   Views: 93
Long Term Preventive Care: Ensuring Patient Loyalty
Over the past 35 years I have examined thousands of patients after their dental cleaning to check for problems such as decay and periodontitis. Eventually I realized that these standalone exams leave much to be desired. My ability to analyze dental health indicators over time, lacked a mechanism or...  Read More
Posted 1/22/2016 by Brent Cornelius in Brent Cornelius Dentistry   |  Comments: 0  |   Views: 610
How to Make Sure You Keep All Your Teeth as an Adult
Have you never lost a tooth? Good for you because many people have lost at least one tooth: 178 million American adults have lost at least one. What’s more, So if you want to be one of those who does keep all of her adult teeth (not including molar extractions as a young adult), read below...  Read More
Posted 2/5/2015 by KeithNguyen in Dental Health and Hygiene   |  Comments: 1  |   Views: 444
As we embark on a new year, let’s make 2015 the year that we vow to take better care of our teeth -- and actually follow through on it. Unlike most resolutions we might make, taking better care of our mouth is not that difficult. It just requires a few really simple changes and relatively...  Read More
Posted 9/21/2014 by ejfdds in Desert Ridge Smiles   |  Comments: 0  |   Views: 160
Team Brad and Dena, Phoenix AIDS Walk, by guest blogger, Kelly
Today’s blog is written byKelly, thefriendly and efficient team member who will be the first to greet you by phone (or in person) at Desert Ridge Smiles. Thank you for sharing your story.As the summer days end and fall begins, many people are preparing for nice weather and the holiday season,...  Read More
Categories: dental care, Aids
Posted 6/17/2014 by Brent Cornelius in Brent Cornelius Dentistry   |  Comments: 0  |   Views: 22663
Habits that Harm Your Teeth
Almost all of us have picked up at least a handful of bad personal or hygiene habits over the years. But when it comes to our oral health, some of these bad habits can be very harmful.Grinding your teeth, for example, will wear your teeth down, causing uneven wear, which can result in unaligned...  Read More
Posted 2/27/2014 by Carrie @ Natural Gumption in Oral Health Coaching   |  Comments: 0  |   Views: 46749
How to engage your long-term patients into healthy mouths
As a dental practitioner, you are taught to focus on preventive health.As your relationships with patients develop, they often become more likefriendships, bonds that becomes so comfortable that patients begin toshare secrets, family vacations, and recipes with you. Over time, yourrole tends to...  Read More
Posted 1/11/2014 by DoctorPaul11 in Paul Massari   |  Comments: 2  |   Views: 54008
Flossing and Brushing - The importance of educating Patients
Dentists are in a very strong position and can help patients change their bad habits.Brushing and flossing are simple yet effective activities that can improve a person's oral health, but they're often overlooked.Do you brush your teeth twice a day?It is recommended to brush your teeth at least...  Read More
Hospital Hell:  Dental care in the hospital
This post was inspired by a hellish experience and originally published to our office website. My own mother was in the hospital for two weeks. Although the life saving medical care was outstanding, the day to day focus on her mouth was non existent. It's a good thing she had a dentalhygienist and...  Read More

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