We are Open + Our New COVID-19 Protocols

We’re Back! We have officially been open for a month and a half after the coronavirus shutdown. We are all grateful to be back seeing patients, and it almost makes up for the extra layers [...]

Tongues Can Get Filthy – Here’s How to Clean Them

As gross as it may sound, a host of bacteria live in your mouth on a daily basis. That’s not necessarily a bad thing, but when bacteria hang out on your tongue for too long, they can cause [...]

Is It Okay to Brush Your Teeth in the Shower?

There are two types of people in the world: those that brush their teeth in the shower and those that brush their teeth at the sink. Both swear by their methods, but is one choice better than the [...]

A COVID-19 Message From Dr. Frese

As I am sitting here in my empty office writing this, I am unable to do the job that I love because I face the same temporary closure that all other dentists are facing. This uninvited challenge [...]

Are electric toothbrushes really better for your teeth?

It seems everything is going electric these days, from cars to toothbrushes. But is electric always better? Most dentists recommend their patients use electric toothbrushes, but that [...]

Gum Disease is No Joke

1. The symptoms aren’t always obvious I hear it all the time, “But I didn’t even know there was a problem with that tooth!”  Gum disease is more common than you would think. Did [...]

The Best Place to Store Your Toothbrush

Considering a single mouth can contain more than 6 million bacteria, it’s smart to store your toothbrush somewhere sanitary! After all, only a clean toothbrush can clean your mouth. Here are some [...]

String Flossing vs. Water Flossing: Which Is Better?

If there’s one thing we could all do more of, it’s floss. In fact, just mentioning flossing probably makes you immediately recall your last dental visit and the “don’t [...]

Practical Oral Hygiene Tips for Busy Moms

At the end of a long day of work, running errands, and getting everyone to their activities on time, most moms do not feel like investing in their own oral hygiene. However, as a mom, it’s [...]

Dr. Frese’s Commitment With Implants

The new year is typically when we reflect back on what is behind us, and maybe make goals or resolutions for the new year. Personally I might not make a resolution on a specific date like new [...]

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