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3 Questions To Ask Yourself About Brushing

Brushing: It’s the foundation for keeping your mouth clean and healthy. In fact, it’s so basic that most people don’t think about it very much… They just do it. If you’re brushing twice a day that’s wonderful! It makes our job (helping keep your smile beautiful and healthy) a lot easier! But all of us can… Read More »


Flossing Correctly Is As Important As Flossing Daily

Flossing Correctly Is As Important As Flossing Daily

YOU ALREADY KNOW THAT NEGLECTING TO FLOSS can lead to all kinds of oral health problems—including tooth decay and periodontal disease. But what most people don’t know (or don’t think about) are the correct and incorrect techniques associated with flossing. They’re not complicated and they’re important to know. We hope this helps! Yes, Ned Is… Read More »



Brushing At Work Is Good For Your Oral Health And Your Job

Brushing At Work Is Good For Your Oral Health And Your Job

AFTER FINISHING LUNCH AT WORK, DO YOU BRUSH YOUR TEETH? A survey reveals that despite knowing that a healthy, attractive smile affects both personal wellness and professional image, very few people are brushing at the office. The survey, carried out by The Academy of General Dentistry and Oral-B Laboratories, polled more than 1,000 full-time employees… Read More »



Smoking And Your Oral Health | Davis S. Frey DDS

Smoking And Your Oral Health

YOU PROBABLY ALREADY KNOW MANY OF THE DANGERS associated with smoking. But, did you also know that smokers are twice as likely as non-smokers to lose their teeth? In addition, there are even greater dangers that smoking presents to your oral health. Smoking wreaks havoc on your gums. It lowers your ability to fight infections in… Read More »


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We are now open as of May 18th!

The health and wellbeing of our patients have always been our top priority. As we reopen our doors, we will continue to maintain the highest level of safety for our patients and staff as outlined by the American Dental Association and the CDC. We are taking the following precautions:

  • Temperatures of staff members are monitored daily
  • All staff will wear the required face masks, gloves, and clinical gear
  • All staff must wash their hands before and after wearing their gloves
  • All instruments are properly sterilized via heat-pressure sterilization
  • No one will be permitted to wait in our reception area
  • All patients will be required to wash their hands when entering our office and their temperature will be taken.
  • We will also provide a germicide mouthwash to all patients.
  • Our office will be professionally sanitized daily
We look forward to seeing you!