March 2, 2011
January 19, 2011
The Kansas Dental Chairitable Foundation is gearing up for another Kansas Mission of Mercy or better known as KMOM. What is KMOM? KMOM is a a free clinic that happens two times per year in Kansas. The spring clinic is going to be held in Hutchinson KS on Jan 21-23. Dentists and their dental teams from all over the state will be there to donate their time and services. Patients do not need to register. Patients will be treated on a first come, first served basis and there will be no charge for the services we provide. Our services include cleanings, fillings and extractions for both children and adults. If you are interested in this event or know someone who would be interested please have them visit http://ksdentalfoundation.org/patients.php or click HERE.
August 26, 2010
June 10, 2010
May 27, 2010
It can be confusing to whiten your teeth, there are three basic ways to do it.
- Over the counter products such as "Crest White Strips". This is fine, but the concentration is low and it takes a long time to notice a difference.
- Procedures done in a dental office such as "Zoom". It works, but independent research has shown this to have the same effectiveness as custom take home trays. This is the most expensive option and you are usually sent home with trays to use as well. We feel that this in office treatment dries out the teeth and make them temporally whiter, but the trays do the real work.
- Custom Take Home Trays. This is what we recommend. We take impressions of your teeth and make custom trays that fit your teeth. You put a gel in the trays and wear the trays for 90 minutes when it is convenient in your busy schedule. It works well, is easy to do, and allows you to touch up your smile whenever you want.
Please call the office at 785-242-4875, if you are interested in whitening your teeth or have any questions.
May 26, 2010
Gum disease (periodontal disease) can usually be prevented by brushing, flossing, and regular professional cleanings. Of course, these will help a person keep their teeth but did you know that it will also reduce their risk of heart disease? This article discusses the relationship between periodontal disease and heart disease.