The Benefits of Xylitol
added on: May 22, 2020
sweetener on spoon

You’ll always hear your dentist in Cleona talk about the importance of brushing and flossing your teeth to maintain a healthy mouth. But it may come as a surprise to you to hear your dentist talk about the benefits of chewing gum. That’s exactly what we’re here to do. However,… Read More…


Reduce Your Risk of a Dental Emergency
added on: April 17, 2020
woman with toothache

Dental emergencies can be scary and painful. Most often, these emergencies are a result of an unexpected accident, but other times they can be avoided by taking certain preventive measures. Join your dentist in Cleona as we share some easy ways you can reduce your risk of a dental emergency.  … Read More…


#StayAtHome Oral Health Tips
added on: April 8, 2020
stressed man

As we’re all adjusting to this temporary new way of living and the #stayathome life, your dentist in Cleona wants to remind you to not only focus on taking care of your overall health but also your oral health. The truth is, since our oral health plays a key role… Read More…


3 Ways to Wear Off Novocaine
added on: March 23, 2020
novocaine

You know the feeling — you just had your appointment, and your dentist in Cleona used novocaine to help make your treatment more comfortable. But now that you’re out of the chair and back at work, you can’t talk correctly, every time you take a sip of water it drips… Read More…


National Nutrition Month
added on: March 12, 2020
nutritious foods

Every March is recognized as National Nutrition Month and is sponsored by the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. Its purpose is to raise awareness of just how important it is to eat healthily. But good nutrition doesn’t only benefit our bodies, it can also help protect your oral health. Join… Read More…


Don’t Forget to Brush Your Tongue!
added on: February 17, 2020
boy and dad brushing teeth

When we talk about a proper oral hygiene routine (and we sure do talk about it a lot!), we often put most of the focus on caring for your teeth. While brushing and flossing your teeth are important parts of maintaining a healthy mouth, there’s one part of your hygiene… Read More…


Cough Medicine & Oral Health
added on: January 28, 2020
cough syrup

Everyone knows how miserable the common cold can be. When we come down with a case of the sniffles or an annoying cough, we’re willing to do almost anything to make it stop. While medications to treat the symptoms of a cold can help suppress a cough or ease a… Read More…


Where Should I Rest My Tongue?
added on: January 20, 2020
man sticking out tongue

Have you ever found yourself laying in bed, trying to get comfortable, and you randomly think, “where am I supposed to rest my tongue?” Surprisingly, this is a very real and very common thought many people have but may not share. If you’re one of those people, you’re in luck… Read More…


All About Sensitive Teeth
added on: January 8, 2020
sensitive teeth

Almost all of us have experienced the annoyance and pain associated with tooth sensitivity. In fact, the Academy of General Dentistry estimates that 40 million American adults have sensitive teeth. That’s quite a lot of people who suffer from those unexpected zings of nerve pain every day. So many, in… Read More…


Let’s Talk About Spit
added on: November 22, 2019
dental saliva instrument

We know it’s a pretty gross thing to talk about, but to your dentist in Cleona, spit is a pretty important part of oral health. Even though it may be considered rude to spit, or maybe to even talk about it, this extra saliva plays a key role in keeping… 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