Read our blog posts on the latest dental care topics important to patients.

Is Stress Affecting Your Oral Health?

This past year has been difficult for all of us. We have been living in a way that is strange and uncomfortable, whether your job has switched to being fully virtual, your children are now learning virtually, or you have had to figure out a work-life balance while being stuck at home. No matter what your situation, we know it hasn’t been easy. People who have never experienced stress or anxiety are feeling it for the first time. Without even speaking to our patients, we can often tell their stress level just by looking in their mouths. Are you interested to see how we can tell if you are experiencing stress or anxious feelings? Continue reading to find out.

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Helpful Tips For A Child’s Visit to the Dentist

Helpful Tips For A Child’s Visit to the Dentist February is Children’s Dental Health Month, so we thought it was the perfect opportunity to share some helpful tips if your child is due for a cleaning. We understand that there are many adults who feel nervous when coming to the dentist. It’s no small wonder…

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I Need A Tooth Extracted. Now What?

The start of a new year is the perfect opportunity to evaluate your oral health and move forward in a positive direction. If during your last examination you were warned about severe decay in a tooth, ignored the treatment plan, and then proceeded to overindulge in sweet treats over the past holiday season, not being very diligent about brushing and cleaning the tooth, there is a good chance that you might need that tooth extracted.

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No Need to Panic: Solutions for Cracked Teeth

The dental enamel on the outside of your teeth is the strongest substance in your body. That being said, even the mighty can fall, and it is not uncommon for our teeth to get cracks from time to time. The culprit could be anything from chewing on a piece of hard candy, chomping away at a piece of ice, or even taking a tumble and banging your mouth during the fall. If you realize that you may have a cracked tooth, it is important not to panic.

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One Word To Sum Up 2020

Stressful. If there was one word to sum up 2020, for many of us, it would be this word. Creating a new normal of working from home, virtual schooling, mask wearing, and toilet paper shortages has not come without challenges. With the holiday season upon us, we are in for more stressful times trying to manage the holiday season with new restrictions in place. Cancelled holiday parties, online shopping, smaller get-togethers with family, or maybe not seeing family this year, can definitely take a toll. With all of the changes and challenges of the past few months, it most likely has been difficult to make time for yourself. Read on to learn about the perfect opportunity to take time out of the daily grind to do something special for yourself and your smile this holiday season.

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Extraoral Suction Machine

Do you remember back in the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic when all dentists temporarily closed their doors? It’s not a fond memory for our staff either, but we have reopened our doors with a number of safety measures and precautions in place to ensure that both our patients and staff are as safe as possible during treatment. In addition to our current measures and precautions, we are happy to announce that we have added more safety to the dental care we are providing.

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Are You Apprehensive About Coming To Our Practice?

When was the last time that you paid a visit to our office? There are many patients who don’t believe regular dental appointments every six months are necessary unless they are experiencing a problem. We understand that the past few months have created some uneasiness and additional anxiety about the safety of visiting our office. Continue reading to find out why you should put your concerns aside and schedule your next appointment soon.

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Do You Have Healthy Gums?

Have you been seeing a bit of blood in the sink when you brush your teeth? That bleeding can be one of the first warning signs of gum disease. When people think of keeping their teeth healthy, they sometimes neglect to consider the importance of gum health. The mild variety of deteriorating gum health is called gingivitis, which infects only your gums. If it is not treated, the infection can travel below the gumline and into your bone. Then, it becomes a more serious form of gum disease called periodontitis. In fact, both gingivitis and periodontitis can cause damage not just to your teeth and oral health, but also to your overall health by increasing your chances of major health problems such as diabetes, heart disease, and osteoporosis.

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Don’t Let Halloween Treats Play Tricks on your Teeth!

How much do you think Americans spend on candy each year for Halloween? If you guessed in the billions, you would be correct! Americans buy approximately $2.6 billion worth of candy each year for Halloween. With all of that candy, our trick-or-treaters are bound to experience some frightening tooth-related issues. Luckily, we are here with some tips to ensure that the candy ghouls don’t haunt your loved ones’ teeth this Halloween.

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At-Home Tips

When you’re in our office, it’s our goal to make sure your teeth are clean and healthy, but the hygiene habits that you practice outside of our office have a big impact on your oral health. From time to time, it helps to be reminded of the best ways to keep teeth clean at home. For example, do you know how long you should brush your teeth? Read on to find out more.

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Don’t Ignore Dental Pain

Toothaches can range from mild to severe, but no matter the degree of pain, they should not be ignored. Even a slight toothache may be a sign of a bigger problem or, if left untreated, can turn into one. It’s the persistent and increasing pain and discomfort that needs to be addressed.

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You’d Be Amazed How Quick And Effective This Is

Our patients are always amazed when we tell them about the variety of options they have to fix the appearance of their teeth, ranging from subtle changes to more complex treatments. There is one service we offer that can quickly and effectively change the look of your teeth without any downtime. Read on to find out about this treatment.

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When Tooth Decay Strikes

Did you know that the average American has 3 fillings in their mouth? A dental filling is a simple procedure used to repair cavities or fractures in teeth. The most common purpose of a filling is to fix tooth decay that has grown into a painful cavity. Cavities are tiny holes but can cause problems if not treated with a filling. The cavity can become bigger and more painful.

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Stacie Feltz
Stacie Feltz
23:55 11 Aug 22
The people are all so nice Very thorough and prompt to get you in. They helped me when I broke a tooth but didn’t have a dentist and took me right in to help me.
Barbara Ranger
Barbara Ranger
21:07 11 Aug 22
Very friendly! Very Professional! Honest!
Clean facility! I’m very pleased I’ve found A new dentist. Thank you
Clarence Brown
Clarence Brown
21:23 10 Aug 22
Clean, efficient, professional office
Donna Skinner Andrews
Donna Skinner Andrews
12:23 09 Aug 22
Very friendly staff. Inviting environment. Timely appointment.
Thank you
Jerin Herriman
Jerin Herriman
21:22 08 Aug 22
Very competent and gentle work. Dr Bundy is an artist. The hygienists are all very nice and very skilled. Best dental office ever!
Theo Gantos
Theo Gantos
21:07 04 Aug 22
Friendly, efficient & newer equipment that I liked. All around good experience!
Carol Shelley
Carol Shelley
21:42 01 Aug 22
This office is clean, efficient and has exceptional staff! The Dental Practitioner is very knowledgeable and is always polite as well. He also answers all your questions without being dissmissive.
We never wait too long for our appointments. They answers calls promptly and/or return calls in the same manner.

I highly recommend this dental practice.
Heather Hains
Heather Hains
12:49 30 Jul 22
I am always extremely satisfied with Today’s Dental. They are pleasant, friendly and professional. I am not a fan of going to the dentist and I have had a lot of work done through the years. Since I started going here I am never nervous about or dreading my appointment. I will never go anywhere else!
Penney Neff
Penney Neff
23:46 27 Jul 22
I had lost a crown and was able to be seen first thing the following morning. Super friendly staff and Dr Rosenbrook is always friendly and gentle
Linda Rudd
Linda Rudd
22:18 27 Jul 22
The staff is not only pleasant to be around, they also do a fantastic job! Chipped my front crown less than a week ago & they were able to get me in & fixed it already! They also do a drawing for a free sweatshirt monthly & there’s nothing i love more than a chance at free clothes 🤣
Mycaela Barden
Mycaela Barden
22:04 27 Jul 22
Absolutely the best most professional dentist I’ve ever had the pleasure of knowing. The hygienist is very careful and highly skilled. I am very lucky to have found this office ! !
Jack Newland
Jack Newland
21:44 27 Jul 22
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