In-Office Sedation for You!

Our office is proud to offer in-office minimal sedations for our patients that qualify. We offer this service through guidelines and protocols from the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry. We have done several interactive and current continuing education hours assuring that we are practicing safe and current sedation guidelines in our office. Dr. Greg is an member of the American... read more »

January 2019 Blog: HIPAA

Happy New Year! For whatever reason, I am not having trouble writing 2019. I am just having trouble losing that 2018 holiday cheer as measured by the holes on my belt! With the first fishing trip in the books, I am ready to tackle work and life and this blog even! I mean compared to fishing in the teens where... read more »

Merry Christmas!

Merry Christmas! This is our staff party picture with our mystery dinner costumes. I would not recommend that for the faint of heart, but we had a lot of fun doing it. For me, and I will include my incredible staff, this whole month has been a run-up to the holidays and we are feeling the spirit! This is time... read more »

Monsters Need Dental Care, Too!

Are you having a hard time getting your child to take care of their smile? With the holidays fast approaching, you want them to take even better care of their pearly whites with so many sweets and treats coming at them. We want your children to have great dental care, and some great ways to help your child in their... read more »

Get Rid of Those Screens! It’s Time to Learn About Dentistry!

May 2018. Happy Best Month to go to the Dentist! Are you looking for great attention and choice of appointment times? May is a great month to receive dental care since a lot of families postpone their care until the summer when the kids are sweaty and want to be playing or sleeping in. If you think about it, getting... read more »

April 2018 Mouth Guards

April fools is a good way to start National Facial Protection Month if you don’t have a properly fitted mouthguard for sports. Research has conclusively shown that a non-custom made mouthguard is no more protective than nothing at all. Still, the NCAA and high schools have yet to designate the type of mouthguard necessary to play impact sports. That’s where... read more »

Teeth are for…. CHEWING (and Smiling!)

It is true what our mother’s told us. Teeth are for chewing food and that’s it. They are not scissors, an extra set of hands, or built-in nutcrackers. We often see children in our office for dental emergencies that put things in their mouth that they shouldn’t. When we use our teeth to... Tear tape Open bottles Take tags off... read more »

Merry Christmas 2017

Wow, what a crazy year. My parents were right (again!), the years do get shorter the older you get. And your kids, growing up fast! I had more than a few young men and women graduate from the practice this year that were with me from way back. What a privilege it is to watch them grow and mature. I... read more »

Understanding Baby Teeth

How Many Baby Teeth? The average adult certainly does not remember losing 20 baby teeth. That’s kind of crazy seeing how much importance kids (and some teachers) put on losing a baby tooth. It is a very tangible sign to a child and everyone one she knows that we are growing up. Here are a few tips parents may tuck... read more »

Halloween Candy Buy Back at Big Grins

Halloween Candy Buy Back at Big Grins A spooktacular holiday is here and with it, sweets and treats are usually left in its wake. This year, why not trade in your candy for cash to keep your smile happy and healthy. Give us a call if you have questions and would like to participate! This is going to be an... read more »