Corporate dentistry has become big business. Read our blog post for a look at the differences between corporate dentistry and private practice offices like Normandy Dentistry.
Sensitive teeth are an extremely common problem among American adults. Read our blog post to find out if your teeth are overly sensitive, and what you can do about it. Contact us to learn more!
Studies show that poor oral hygiene may be linked to skin irritation and acne. Read our blog post for a few ways to improve your skin without heading to the dermatologist. Schedule a consultation with our team to learn more.
Read our blog post to learn about 4 outdated dental tools and techniques. Come check out our modern-day procedures, services, and technology! Our team will make your visit as stress-free and pain-free as possible. Contact us today.
If you’re disgusted by your breath, read our blog post to discover what may be causing your persisent bad breath. We can help turn your breath from foul to fabulous. Schedule an appointment with our expert dentists by contacting us today!
Are you interested in learning more about our expert team here at Normandy Dentistry? Check out our blog post highlighting Dr. Jiang, who speaks Chinese! Dr. Jiang and the rest of our team invite you to join our dental family—contact us today.
If you’re worried about radiation exposure during a dental X-ray, read our blog post to ease your fears. We reveal whether dental X-rays are safe (hint: yes!), what they are, when you need them, and what might happen if you skip out on them. If you have concerns about the safety of X-rays, contact us today.
Read our blog post to learn about why and how you should be brushing your dog’s teeth. We offer tips to make your furry friend’s oral care routine as “pawsitive” as possible. You and your dog both deserve a smile worthy of the “pup-arazzi”. Call our office for help taking care of your own dental needs!
You can’t have a healthy body without healthy teeth. Neglecting your dental health can lead to gum disease, heart problems, and other serious issues. It’s important to brush and floss every day and visit the dentist twice a year to maintain a healthy mouth. Questions? Contact our office or visit our blog post to learn more!
Check back soon to learn tips and tricks for improving your oral health.