Facts About Men & Oral Health 
added on: June 8, 2021

June plays host to Father’s Day every year. But June is also known as Men’s Health Month, which is a time to bring awareness to the importance of routine doctor appointments for all men. After all, men are less likely to get regular checkups with their medical doctor as well… Read More…


What Causes Sudden Tooth Discoloration? 
added on: May 24, 2021

Tooth staining can seem to happen overnight, but chances are, something has been introduced to your teeth over time that slowly darkened your teeth. With the exception of dental trauma, tooth discoloration is mostly caused by repeated exposure to staining ingredients or because of something health-related. So what can you… Read More…


Is Flossing Necessary? 
added on: May 19, 2021

You may have seen recent articles saying that you no longer need to floss your teeth as there isn’t enough evidence to show that flossing helps reduce the risk of cavities. So does that mean you can toss the floss and forget about daily flossing forever? Your dentist in Cleona… Read More…


Including Oral Health in National Women’s Health Week
added on: May 10, 2021

Did you know that besides Mother’s Day there’s an entire week dedicated to women each and every May? Known as National Women’s Health Week, this U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ Office on Women’s Health sponsored week is celebrated from Mother’s Day through Saturday and strives to encourage girls… Read More…


Hindsight is 2020: What We Learned Over The Past Year
added on: April 23, 2021

If we’ve learned anything throughout this pandemic, it’s that being happy and healthy should be at the top of our lists. While we’re sure you’ve spent tons of time Googling various health concerns and symptoms over the past year, we want to shift your focus to something you may not… Read More…


4 Things You Can Do If You’re Feeling Self-Conscious About Your Smile
added on: April 16, 2021

Whether you have an important event coming up or you’re just tired of seeing your tired smile every day on work video calls, there’s a cosmetic dentistry solution for you. Thanks to advancements in technology, cosmetic dentistry is more affordable than ever before and is no longer only for celebrities…. Read More…


April is Oral Cancer Awareness Month
added on: April 8, 2021

When it comes to our health, nobody wants to hear the big ‘C’ word — Cancer. While this disease can affect anywhere in the body, one of the harder types of cancer to diagnose early is oral cancer. However, early diagnosis is key to treating oral cancer successfully and increasing… Read More…


What Is Gingivitis?
added on: March 29, 2021

Gingivitis is a type of gum disease and is the mildest stage of gum disease. At its core, gingivitis means that there is an active infection in the gum tissue, but it can be treated and cured if it’s caught and treated by your dentist in Cleona before it has… Read More…


Is a Chipped Tooth a Dental Emergency? 
added on: March 19, 2021

Whether you chip your molar on a hidden popcorn kernel or have an unexpected accident that breaks a front tooth, you’ll want to get seen by your dentist in Cleona sooner rather than later. Early treatment is the best way to fix a cracked tooth before it has a chance… Read More…


“Why Do I Get Cavities?” 
added on: March 10, 2021

You brush your teeth every morning and before bed each night. Yet when you go to your dental appointments, your dentist in Cleona still finds cavities. When this happens, you may be asking yourself, “Why do I get cavities even if I take good care of my teeth?”, which can… Read More…


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Patient Safety Protocol

While many things have changed over the last couple of months, one thing has remained the same: our commitment to your safety.

That's why our staff is taking every precaution to make this office as safe as possible for our patients. You may see some changes when it is time for your next appointment including:

We look forward to seeing you again and are happy to answer any questions you may have about the steps we take to keep you, and every patient, safe in our practice.

A letter from the Cleona Dental Team