Our Team Leaders and Dr. Kellogg had a blast in Florida for Scheduling Institute Training. We travel to these Trainings every so often to ensure that we remain up-to-date on the latest in dentistry and customer service.
Did you know that February is National Pet Dental Month? Our furry friends need good oral care too! If you haven’t already, now is the perfect time to start regularly brushing your pet’s teeth. Much like we can’t expect mouthwash and healthy food to clean our teeth of all the plaque that forms under our gum line, we can’t expect anything less than consistent brushing and yearly professional cleanings to work for our pets.
Meet our Employee of the Month: Kristin!
Thanksgiving is mere days away! This holiday is known for bringing family together around an enormous selection of food. However, not all of those Thanksgiving food options are healthy or good for your teeth. Thankfully, we here at Kellogg Dental have some dish suggestions for you to serve this year that are both delicious and healthy!
Kellogg Dental is planning a pediatric treatment wing and pediatric waiting area.
Complete with a kids interactive “Kamp Kellogg Dental clinic”. There will be a dental chair, reception desk, kid computers, fireplace, and all the stuff to make a dental office work! Kids will work it. We are using design specialists to complete this amazing kid feature.
According to the Academy of General Dentistry (AGD), flossing is the single most important weapon against plaque. Floss removes plaque and debris that sticks to teeth and gums in between teeth, polishes tooth surfaces, and controls bad breath. By flossing your teeth daily, you increase the chance of keeping them for a lifetime and decrease the chance of getting gum disease.
Once the warm weather makes its way to Michigan, most of us can’t hide the happiness and relief we feel after seeing the dreary days of winter slip away. Now that the sun is shining more, so should your teeth! Summer is a great time to take stock of your oral health, so whether it’s been a while since your last cleaning, or you’re tired of feeling ashamed of your smile, our dedicated staff of experts at Kellogg Dental can help!
Even though most people are told that regular flossing is a crucial aspect of maintaining oral health, many of us still neglect to do it. A recent survey showed that only about half of American adults floss regularly, and almost 20% of us never floss. If you’re someone who has a hard time remembering to floss, it’s helpful to know why it’s so important for you to complete this simple task on a regular basis.