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What you don’t hear in a dentist’s office?

You might say laughter, but we actually crack that one in here at Dillon Family Dentistry. Sadly, what is all-too-often the case is that apparently other dentists aren’t always offering all of their patients all of the options for their unique situation and all of the possible treatment options. We take great solace and sanctuary [...]

2019-08-20T18:26:17-04:00September 13th, 2018|News|

Lucky You!!! Painless Dentistry

First and foremost let me put it out there that the practice of dentistry is a painless venture 99% of the time in our office these days. It’s so much easier being a painless dentist nowadays, I feel like a spoiled brat dentist compared to what my father had at his disposal when he started [...]

2019-08-20T18:26:17-04:00April 2nd, 2018|News|

New Year, New Habits!

The Business Insider published a list of “18 Quick and Easy Daily Habits That Can Significantly Improve Your Life!” There were some good ideas on there, but these are a few of our favorite life hacks.   • Write down the day’s most important task. Doing the most important (or most dreaded) task first thing [...]

2019-08-20T18:26:18-04:00January 16th, 2018|News|

DFD vibe: Everything but Heavy Metal

We set the tone of our office by the music we select for every patient that comes in, but we don’t do Heavy Metal. OK, at least not in the teeth. As dentistry has evolved, we’ve moved away from metal restorations. Porcelains have gotten stronger and more versatile over the years. We’ve been admiring all [...]

2022-02-23T08:22:29-05:00February 6th, 2017|News|

Being Dentally Resolute in 2017

We all know that fear is often the largest obstacle keeping us from achieving our goals. We see this with patients all of the time. Usually it will play out in one of two main ways in here. Quite often the fear is that of “How am I going to pay for this”? Frequently patients [...]

2024-03-28T02:54:41-04:00December 27th, 2016|News, Uncategorized|

Best Dentistry in History; Right here!

Italian researchers have evidence of a 14,000 year old teeth that had been worked on by the first known 'dentist'. Here's the article: http://www.iflscience.com/health-and-medicine/14000-year-old-tooth-shows-oldest-form-dentistry-and-it-s-pretty-grim Dental Amalgam, "Silver Fillings", have been used for less than 200 years. Not so long in respect to the full history of dentistry. If you look at all of the advances [...]

2022-02-25T02:38:13-05:00August 5th, 2015|News|

This Spring, the BEST has come!!!

The new reception room. You might call it the DFD Art Gallery. We’ve finally finished almost all of our renovations. It’s been a year in the making since we changed our computer system to a cloud-based program that will allow us to serve our patients better in all situations. In the beginning of [...]

2022-01-31T06:52:59-05:00April 22nd, 2015|News|

Is it Time to Make Your Teeth Bloom?

This is my favorite week of the year to look outside in my backyard. Last night both our Flowering Cherry tree and our Magnolia blossomed! They have an unbelievable contrast with the Forsythia below them. It looks and smells amazing outside and just makes me feel great every time that I see them! We have [...]

2022-02-23T07:26:13-05:00April 15th, 2014|News|

The toughest parts of being a dentist

The hardest part of Dentistry usually has to do communication. This is no different from other professions and relationships in which we are all involved. Like other businesses communicating with coworkers, vendors and spouses (yeah, we can’t forget them now, can we?) is critical to a successful and smooth-running business. Let’s get on to the [...]

2019-08-20T18:26:25-04:00May 7th, 2013|News|

A look into X-Rays

I wanted to just talk a little bit about dental X-Rays. Routine radiographs are critically important in trying to perform the most painless dental care, conservative and minimally invasive dentistry. About 35% of the cavities I diagnose are directly and solely from seeing them on a radiograph. Not just that, if we missed finding them [...]

2022-02-24T03:35:08-05:00April 26th, 2013|News|
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