Let’s face it- when was the last time you managed to keep a New Year’s resolution? We believe the key to sticking to a goal is picking one that is both reasonable and attainable. If you haven’t yet picked a New Year’s resolution, consider setting one that will improve your oral health!
For example, resolve to brush twice and floss once a day. Good oral hygiene only takes a few minutes a day, and can make a big difference in your oral health and overall health too! For more oral health-themed resolutions for you and your family, check out this article.
We would love to see what you come up with, share with us by commenting on this post or on our Facebook page. Whatever your New Year’s Resolution, we wish you the very best for 2011!
-Happy New Year, from your friends at Trade Winds Dental
Dr. Hennington and team understand not everyone is thrilled to see the dentist. But we strive to bring you the best and most comforting experience at each visit. We’d like to know: What is it about our Georgetown office that makes you comfortable or puts you at ease? Is it something about our pleasant office environment? Our friendly staff or Dr. Hennington?
Let us know by posting here or by giving us a call! Happy Holidays!
My family and I have been coming here for almost 20 years. We appreciate the friendly staff who know us by name and are familiar with our lives. All are trustworthy, gentle and caring. The roses are a special treat.
Special Note for Dr. Hennington —
I really appreciate how patient and understanding you are. I wish all doctors were like you. I’m so glad Dr. Rader referred me to you, he is fantastic as well! You are both a credit to your expertise. I look forward to smiling again.
Just a note of thanks to you and your staff for the treatment, respect, and kindness you have extended me as a patient over the past 13 years.
A “special thanks” to Anne, who has done such a great job “assisting” during my visits!
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Fall is upon us, and with it comes the dreaded cold and flu season. After recovering from your cold, Dr. Hennington will tell you one of the most important steps you can take to avoid becoming reinfected is replacing your toothbrush!
Germs are known to linger on the bristles, and you risk prolonging your sickness by continuing to use the same toothbrush. Be smart – keep a spare, just in case! To protect your toothbrush from bacteria all year long, consider the following tips:
• Wash your hands before and after brushing
• Allow the brush to air dry after each use, harmful bacteria dies after being exposed to oxygen
• Store the toothbrush in an upright position to allow water to drain and dry faster
• Replace your toothbrush every 3-4 months. Worn bristles are less effective in properly cleaning your teeth, and can actually be damaging to teeth if used too long!
We hope these tips help! Feel free to call us at Trade Winds Dental if you have any questions or ask us on Facebook.
We’re sure you each have your favorite holiday traditions, but this week we wanted to share a few of our most anticipated events this season.
· Blue Santa program – collects toys and funds for underprivileged children across city
· Holiday Home Tour – Dec. 3-5th
· Christmas Stroll on the Square – Saturday Dec 4th – Holiday parade, live music, over 250 vendors with array of food, gifts, children’s area, and of course SANTA!
What are your favorite community events in the Georgetown area? Leave a comment here or on our Facebook page!