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The Intriguing History of Halloween

Halloween is fast approaching, and the doctor wanted to be sure to wish our patients a happy day, no matter how you might celebrate this holiday. The Halloween that is Read More

Why Visiting the Emergency Room for Your Dental Problem isn’t a Good Idea

Emergency rooms are for emergencies, so before you head to the hospital because of a dental problem, you need to ask yourself this question: Is what you're experiencing really a Read More

4 Things You Can Do To Make Sure Your Child's Bite Is on the Right Track

So, how's your child's bite? No, not how well they clamp down on things (like fingers—yikes!), but how the teeth on both jaws interact with each other. It's important Read More

Symptoms That Could Mean You Need a Root Canal

Every tooth packs a lot of layers in a very small area. The outer, visible part of our tooth, the crown, is covered in protective enamel, and the lower root Read More

Fluoride Treatments Give Your Child Added Protection Against Cavities

When it comes to helping your child avoid tooth decay, it's all hands on deck. Tooth decay can not only harm their current set of primary teeth, but the Read More

Year-End Insurance Reminder

the doctor, as well as our team at Susanne M. Sanford, D.D.S., would like to give those patients with flex spend, health savings, or insurance benefits a friendly end of Read More

Beneficial Beverage or Damaging Drink?

Talking about a healthy diet usually means talking about food. After all, our teeth and gums need protein, vitamins, and minerals to stay strong and free from cavities and gum Read More

Here's What's in Your Toothpaste for Keeping Your Teeth and Gums Healthy

We're all interested in how our toothpaste tastes, how it freshens breath or how it brightens teeth. But those are secondary to its most important function, which is how Read More

How Sedation Dentistry Can Help You Overcome Dental Anxiety

Putting off your dental visit to Susanne M. Sanford, D.D.S. because of fear or anxiety only increases the potential for tooth decay or gum problems. At our office, the doctor Read More

Porcelain Veneers Transform Real Housewives Star's Smile Spoiled by Teeth Grinding

Dorit Kemsley isn't shy. Best known to fans as an outspoken and sometimes outrageous cast member of the reality show Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, Kemsley is never reticent Read More

Playing “Tooth or Dare”

Our teeth perform several vital roles for us. We use them to bite and chew, to help form words, to support our facial structure. And never underestimate the power of Read More

September is National Gum Care Month!

Can you believe it's already September? At Susanne M. Sanford, D.D.S., we know that gingivitis, the early stage of periodontal disease, can be difficult to recognize. Many people don’t recognize Read More

You Need to Act Fast to Save a Loose Tooth

Some things in life are almost guaranteed to make you go, "Uh, oh"—your car won't start, your a/c goes out, or, worse yet, you get an unexpected letter from Read More

Labor Day: Our favorite holiday to rest!

Labor Day, celebrated on the first Monday each September here in the United States, is a holiday devoted to the American working community. The purpose of the holiday is honoring Read More

Correcting a Poor Bite With Braces - a True Wonder

Braces are so common that we often view them as "ho-hum." But there are aspects about braces that make them remarkable. For one, the fact that we can move Read More

The Best Brush of the Day

Imagine that you’re only going to brush your teeth once tomorrow. Don’t worry, we know you would never skimp on your dental hygiene like that, but let’s just pretend for Read More

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