Dr. Dental®—Community

Doctor Dental®'s Aim is to Help Patients in Need of General Dentistry.

Valuing Knowledge, Integrity, Community®

Community, to Dr. Dental®, means continuation of over three decades of outreach to the community with dentists opening their doors to patients for oral health care regardless of their ability to pay. Good oral health is vital to overall health. We care.

Dr. Dental® founded in 2004 has been Providing Dentistry Services, 
Charitable Dentistry Services and Projects Improving Patients' Lives including the 
Lives of Underprivileged and Impoverished People Since 1979  

Valuing Knowledge, Integrity, Community®

At Dr. Dental® we understand that your dentist is extremely important for overall health. It is great to have nice looking teeth—but teeth are needed for chewing. Teeth are used to begin the digestive process that fuels and keeps bodies healthy. Harmful build-up of plaque on teeth present problems for teeth as well as gums (periodontium). At Dr. Dental® patients are taught that healthy teeth, gums and breath are important.  The examination is key, as the oral cavity may show signs of systemic problems. 

The mouth is a gateway to the whole body where harmful bacteria can descend upward toward the head or downward toward the lungs and heart. That is why seeing a General Dentist twice a year is important at any age.  Teeth, gums and mouth are a window pane into overall health for identifying possible initial evidence and indications of a not otherwise known general or systemic disease. 

According to the Academy of General Dentistry®, more than 90 percent of all systemic diseases produce oral signs and symptoms. Please stay in touch with this site for more hand-outs that may be printed for self-educational purposes.  Note: These self-use pages may not be duplicated for distribution under any circumstances.



Acid Erosion 
Your teeth’s enamel may be tough, but your teeth still need your help to protect them from erosion.
Acid Reflux 
Heartburn, or acid indigestion, is a common symptom of chronic acid reflux, also known as gastroesopheageal reflux disease (GERD).
Allergies and Dentistry 
Allergic reactions are sensitivities to a specific substance, called an allergen, that makes contact with the skin, or is inhaled into the lungs, swallowed, or injected. Some allergic reactions are mild, while others can be severe and life-threatening.
Going to the dentist can cause anxiety, and that’s a normal reaction
Athletic Mouthguards 
An athletic mouthguard is a flexible appliance that is worn during athletic and recreational activities to protect teeth from trauma. Custom-fabricated mouthguards are essential for preventing athletic oral/facial injuries, such as broken teeth, jaw fractures, cerebral hemorrhages, and neck injuries.


Baby's Oral Health 
It's never too early to start taking care of your little one's teeth.
A fixed bridge is a dental appliance that replaces one or more missing teeth—thus “bridging” the space between the two adjacent natural teeth or implants.
Knowing how to brush your teeth is an important skill that children should learn at an early age.
Bruxism is the technical term for teeth grinding and clenching that causes facial pain.


Child's First Dental Visit 
Prepare your child for that first visit and the result may be the start of positive, lifelong dental care.
Children and Tooth Decay 
Children's Oral Health 
Taking your child to the dentist at an early age is the best way to prevent oral health problems.
Continuing Education 
Use this resource to help your patients understand why you take continuing education to better serve them and their families.
Cosmetic Dentistry 
Your dentist can perform a variety of cosmetic procedures to improve your smile from subtle changes to major repairs. There are many techniques and options to treat teeth that are discolored, chipped, misshapen, or missing. Your dentist can reshape your teeth, close spaces, restore worn teeth, or alter the length of your teeth.
Dental restorations restore the function, integrity, and morphology of missing tooth structure, which can be caused by caries or external trauma, such as chipping or cracking a tooth.


Dental Anxiety 
Going to the dentist can cause anxiety, and that’s a normal reaction
Dental Careers 
Dental Emergencies 
This fact sheet contains tips for parents/caregivers on how to treat their child’s dental emergency.
Dental Emergencies 
Use this fact sheet to explain to your patients what to when a tooth is knocked out or chipped.
Dental Sealants 
Dentin Hypersensitivity 
This fact sheet provides tips on how to care for a denture.
Dietary Supplements and Oral Health 
Dry Mouth 
Discuss the causes and effects of dry mouth with your patients.


The risks of e-cigarette use.
Eating Disorders 
Eating disorders are real, complex, and often devastating conditions that can have serious consequences on your overall health and oral health.
Effects of Smoking on the Mouth 
Using tobacco can harm your mouth, including your teeth and gums, in a number of ways.
Understanding endocarditis and when antibiotics are taken for dental procedures.
Tooth erosion, or tooth wear, is the loss of the surrounding tooth structure.
Teeth are usually extracted because decay and damage has left the tooth unable to be repaired through other methods.


Family Oral Health 
Good oral health starts at home.
Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders 
Fetal alcohol spectrum disorders (FASD) is an umbrella term that describes the range of effects that can occur in a person whose mother drank alcohol while pregnant.


General Dentists 
Learn more about your general dentist and how he or she can help you and your family maintain healthy mouths.
Geriatric Dental Care 


How to Choose a Dentist 


Infant Oral Health 
It's never too early to start taking care of your little one's teeth.


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FACT SHEETS (Continued)

Laser Dentistry  
A laser is an instrument that produces a very narrow, intense beam of light energy, which, in dentistry, can be used to remove or shape oral tissue, including gums, teeth, and bone.


Men's Oral Health 
Men are less likely than women to take care of their physical health and, according to research, their oral health is equally ignored.
Minimally Invasive Dentistry 
The goal of minimally invasive dentistry, also known as microdentistry, is to conserve healthy tooth structure through preventive care.
Mouth Sores 
Mouth sores are swollen spots or sores in your mouth, on your lips, on your tongue, or on the skin surrounding your mouth.
A mouthguard is a flexible appliance that is worn during athletic and recreational activities to protect teeth from trauma.
Mouthwash, also known as mouthrinse, is an oral hygiene product that you can use in addition to brushing and flossing.


Nutrition (Children) 


Oral Cancer 
Oral Care and Cancer 
Oral Hygiene 
Oral Piercing 
Oral Warning Signs 


Periodontal Disease 
Periodontal Disease and Cardiovascular Disease 
Periodontal Disease and Diabetes 
Periodontal Disease and Pregnancy 


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Root Canal Therapy 


Senior Oral Health Care 
Sensitive Teeth 
Sleep Apnea 
Sports Dentistry 


Technology in the Dental Office 
With today’s technologies, dentists are equipped to manage your dental health, all while ensuring your safety and comfort.
Temporomandibular Disorder 
TMD occurs when the temporomandibular joint is damaged or deteriorated, or when the muscles surrounding the joint malfunction, causing imbalanced jaw movement.
Teen's Oral Health 
Teens should be sure to see their dentist at least twice a year.
Tooth Decay (Children) 
Tooth decay is the most common chronic disease among children.
Tooth Erosion 
Tooth erosion, or tooth wear, is the loss of the surrounding tooth structure.
Tooth Extraction 
Teeth are usually extracted because decay and damage has left the tooth unable to be repaired through other methods.
Your toothbrush is the most important item in your oral health toolkit
Toothpaste Abrasivity 
Toothpaste, also known as dentifrice, is available in paste or gel form.


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Wisdom Teeth 
Women's Oral Health 




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