WE GIVE YOU A REASON TO SMILE!
At Southeast Family Dental, we focus on building personal relationships with our patients, their families and friends, while providing lasting dental work that looks and feels great.
HOW CAN WE HELP YOU?
At Southeast Family Dental, we’re proud to say we have a terrific team of dental professionals. Our primary goals are to serve your needs, improve your health, and make you smile. Because our team has worked together for years, we’ve developed a friendly camaraderie that makes our patients feel right at home.
OUR PATIENTS LOVE US!
RECENT BLOG POSTS
Do you find yourself crying out, "Ice cream hurts my teeth!"? If you are one of the estimated 40 million adults in the United States who experience tooth sensitivity to cold, eating ice cream can actually be a less than enjoyable experience! Tooth sensitivity can be...read more
Steve Fey cuts his mothers birthday cake with dental floss. Ingenious! Dr. Mark Bohnert recently attended a birthday party for one of his patients, Joan, who is 90 years young. Dr. B noticed that Joan’s son, Steve, was "cutting" Joan’s birthday cake with dental floss!...read more
You want the men in your life to be healthy and oral health is a great place to start. At Southeast Family Dental we know that a healthy mouth can mean a healthy body so we encourage all of our patients to see us for checkups twice a year. Unfortunately research shows...read more
Dental hygienist, Ariel, takes her patient's blood pressure at his six month check-up. Do you know if you have high blood pressure? It is estimated that one in three Americans have uncontrolled high blood pressure. What is blood pressure? Blood pressure is the force...read more
This Mother's Day, Southeast Family Dental would like to thank Moms for all they do to be good role models, coaches, and cheerleaders when it comes to their children's oral health. Aside from teaching children how to brush and floss their teeth, mothers also make...read more
Do you chew gum? According to surveys approximately 50% of Americans chew gum, averaging about 170 servings per person per year. Why do people chew gum? The reason most people give for chewing gum is to freshen their breath. People also chew gum to stave off hunger,...read more