National Children's Dental Health Month

As part of National Children's Dental Health Month, I once again I was thrilled to speak to the entire first grade classes at Lackawanna Trail Elementary School on February 16. I was accompanied by my office manager Deb Kirchoff; we reviewed many dental subjects including tooth brushing techniques, healthy eating habits, flossing and much more.


Before and After

This patient had severe wear on all of his lower teeth. We were able to restore his teeth with all ceramic crowns so they could function properly plus we gave him a beautiful end result.





First Graders Learn Early!

I had the pleasure of speaking to the first grade students at Lackawanna Trail elementary school on Friday February 24 for children's dental health month.

I always have a blast doing this. A special thank you to Mrs Patty Gray for allowing me to do this and making sure I don't speak to long!! Also to my office manager and dear friend Deb Kirchoff. Deb helped me make a few changes for this years presentation that made it both informative and interesting for the kids. I couldn't have done it without her help.


Celebrating the holiday season with my coworkers. I truly appreciate each of these ladies and the dedication and care they show our patients

Looking forward to a Healthy, Happy New Year!

Looking forward to a Healthy, Happy New Year!

Practice Management in DC

I recently recently attended a practice management seminar in Washington, DC with my office manager Deb Kirchoff.

We learned a great deal and had fabulous visit to our nation's capital as well!

Thank you Washington Plaza Hotel for the gorgeous accommodations!

Spotted in our travels!
Fabulous accommodations!
Room with a view!
Dynamic Duo.

Sue's First Blog

Wow! Can you believe it after all these years I finally have a website? I couldn’t have done it without the help and artistry of Josiah Lewis and my husband.

There is so much information on the internet, not to mention fabulous shopping, too! You can find information on just about any topic including oral health. While the information is there, the best information on oral health will come from your regular dentist.

I’d like to take time to talk about the importance of regular check-ups and cleanings for people of all ages. I’ve been doing this long enough that I can honestly say a person is much less likely to develop a dental emergency if they see their dentist on a regular basis. Please keep in mind that regular check-ups do not guarantee someone will not have a dental emergency, but routine check-ups significantly reduce the chances.

Another aspect of regular dental care is having X-rays taken. X-rays are a safe and effective method for identifying potential problems that are not visible to the naked eye. They are helpful in maintaining and monitoring sound structure of your teeth

See your dental professional on a regularly scheduled basis to keep your teeth in top condition. You’ll be glad you did!


Next up – A child’s first dental visit.