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RECENT BLOG POSTS
Studies in dentistry have shown that more people have been using fluoride-free toothpaste for their everyday brushing. This fact is troubling to some dental health experts as it is believed these patients will be at a greater risk to develop dental decay, or cavities....read more
Root canals have a bad reputation. Just the mere mention of the treatment can produce a cringing expression to the listener as if he or she is on the dentist chair, mouth wide open and getting the 21st century version torture method of the Spanish inquisition. Well,...read more
Dr. Bohnert from Southeast Family Dental demonstrates a new dental scanner for making crowns and bridges, without the need for taking impressions. https://youtu.be/wpIWjEC-YUc Transcript Dr. Bohnert: Hi, this Dr. Bohnert. We're going to show you today one new piece of...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
Have You Checked Your Mouth? Screen Yourself for Oral Cancer. Our team at Southeast Family Dental provides FREE oral cancer screenings for our patients during their new patient exams and their six-month check-ups. But, if you are in-between check-ups, we would...read more
The truth is, everyone is at risk for oral cancer. Whether you're a 20-year-old-college student, a 40-year-old executive, or an active senior citizen, anyone can get oral cancer. However, there are some risk factors that increase your chances of getting this deadly...read more
On St. Patrick's Day, green beer, green baked goods, and even green ice cream abound. The problem? Green food coloring in St. Patrick's Day goodies can turn your teeth green. YUK! That doesn't mean you have to pass up the green beer. Simply brush your teeth as soon as...read more
As many of you may know, Dr. Mark Bohnert and Dr. Laura Geiger are the team dentists for Butler University basketball. Before basketball practice even begins, Dr. Bohnert and Dr. Geiger make custom mouthguards for each player on the team. Dr. Mark Bohnert and Dr....read more
Every year, the first week of March is dedicated to honoring dental assistants for the important work they do. The American Dental Association (ADA), the American Dental Assistants Association (ADAA) and dentists in the United States and Canada honor their dental...read more