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general dentistry

With the growing popularity of dental implants as a solution for lost or missing teeth, there’s been a great deal of discussion of the difference between dental implants and general dentistry. While both are important and can improve the patient’s quality of life, they do distinct things and work in…

Handwashing Dentist

December is National Handwashing Month, which seeks to educate us all as to the importance of regular handwashing and the role it plays in health and hygiene. Due to the COVID pandemic, we’re all especially aware this year of the importance of handwashing in preventing the spread and transfer of…

oral health holidays

This is a special time of the year, for folks of all faiths around the world. With so many celebrations going on, it’s easy to get caught up in the spirit of things. And while we may be facing some additional challenges in finding safe and healthy ways to celebrate,…

Get in early! Schedule your appointments now before the schedule fills up! Each year, millions of dollars are wasted by not maxing out your dental benefits or using up the money set aside in your FSA. Most dental insurance companies reset their “benefit year” starting on January 1st. This means…

white spots on teeth

While teeth are ideally a uniform shiny white, white spots on teeth may be both unsightly and unnerving. What causes this kind of discoloration? Is something wrong? What can I do about it? As it turns out, we know what causes white spots on teeth and most of the time…

sedation dentistry

Many people are nervous if not afraid of going to the dentist. It’s a fear rooted in pop culture–how many times have you seen it on TV, especially in cartoons? And while every dentist can assure you that for most common procedures there’s minimal if any discomfort to the patient,…

root canal

Ideally, your teeth will last a lifetime, giving you a bright and happy smile for all of your days. However things do happen and sometimes teeth become damaged or diseased and may need repair or even replacing. One of the more common procedures used to address a damaged or infected…

gum disease

Gum disease is perhaps the most common oral health issue in the United States, with a majority of American adults dealing with some version of it every year. Gum diseases result from gum infections, which occur when bacteria take up residence inside the gum line and cause all manner of…

surgically clean air

The health of our patients and our staff are a top priority at Christopher N. Reese, DDS, PA. Surgically Clean Air products  help ensure everyone’s safety. Surgically Clean Air removes harmful toxins, pollutants, germs, odors, and airborne viruses. Additional benefits include increased alertness, mental energy, and productivity.  Please watch the…