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Our Patient’s First Convertible Ride!

This is a patient of ours we pick up for her appointments.  This was the first time she ever rode in a convertible!  She was sooooo excited.  Just look at that smile!  She is 89 years young!

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One Of Our Favorite Patients!

We just had to share this article about one of our favorite patients.  Morgan is smiling so big because she loves coming to visit Koch Park Dental and she’s happy about the fantastic caring dental treatment she receives from us.  Thank you, Morgan, for being such an amazing patient!   Random Act of Sportsmanship at

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Congratulations to Megan!

Our Patient Appreciation day was a huge success! Thanks to all who came out to join us. We’d like to announce the winner of our candy jar raffle, Megan! There was 118 candies in the jar, and Megan guessed 100!

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Midnight Snack and your Oral Health

Though Tempting, They Could be Hurting Your Oral Health More than You Know.NO, YOU’RE NOT THE ONLY ONE who enjoys sneaking a late-night snack. We know how it is. Some things just taste better after midnight, right? But did you know that late-night snacking can actually have a negative impact on your teeth? A 2010 Denmark study found

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The Academy Of General Dentistry Talks About Kissing’s Pros And Cons

The Academy Of General Dentistry Talks About Kissing’s Pros And Cons IS LOVE RISKY? You’ll have to answer that question on your own! But there’s one component—kissing—that our practice would like to briefly address below (along with some advice from the Academy of General Dentistry). [hr style=dotted-line margin_top= margin_bottom=] Bacteria Can Lead To Increased Plaque Which Can Lead To

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Back To School! Are Checkups Part Of Your Checklist?

Have a Healthy Smile for that Extra Boost of Confidence for Back to School ACCORDING TO THE AMERICAN ACADEMY OF PEDIATRICS, TOOTH DECAY is one of our most common, modern-day chronic diseases. In fact, by the time children begin kindergarten, 40 percent have some kind of tooth decay! Remember, just because your children, grandchildren, nieces or nephews aren’t

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