Moffitt Restorative Dentistry
Give Kids a Smile Day for Children’s Dental Health Month
Feb 12 2018

In honor of Children’s Dental Health Month, I spent a day at Children’s Dental Services in Minneapolis and also celebrated Give Kids a Smile Day. I really enjoyed working with their staff as they were very helpful to me and … Continue reading

Meth Mouth
Jan 10 2018

Walter White, meth, and the streets of San Francisco Photo: Stephen Wagner, DDS/FACP   An example of what methamphetamine use does to teeth. San Francisco has a methamphetamine problem. It’s bad. I know because many San Franciscan meth users are coming … Continue reading

Burned your mouth with festive treats? Here’s how to help it heal.
Dec 27 2017

‘Tis the season to eat, drink and … inadvertently burn your mouth, if you have a penchant for gulping your hot chocolate or biting into your Christmas pudding before it has cooled. Such injuries tend to affect the roof of … Continue reading

12 Signs You Need to See a Dentist
Nov 20 2017

1.)    You have pain. 2.)    Your gums are sore or bleeding. 3.)    You try to hide your smile. 4.)    You have had work done such as filings, crowns, implants, or/and dentures. 5.)    You have ongoing medical issues. 6.)    You are pregnant. … Continue reading

Rethink Your Drink and Water’s Cool at School
Oct 11 2017

As part of its “Rethink Your Drink campaign,” the Delta Dental Foundation will launch its popular “Water’s Cool at School” program in Ohio. The program, which first launched in Michigan in 2016, is designed to ensure children drink enough water … Continue reading

5 Questions to Ask at Your Child’s Back-to-School Dental Visit
Sep 01 2017

Here are five questions to ask at your child’s appointment: How Is My Child’s Overall Dental Health? We at Moffitt Restorative Dentistry will be looking at the big picture of your child’s mouth, including teeth and gums. Will My Child … Continue reading

Mouthguards with Fall Sports
Aug 30 2017

Chipped teeth are the most common of all dental injuries, with dislodged or knocked out teeth being less frequent, but more severe examples. Approximately one-third of all dental injuries are sports-related, so it is vital that athletes wear a mouthguard. … Continue reading

How to Whiten Your Teeth
Jul 07 2017

Here are some good ideas on how to whiten your teeth: 1.Use baking soda and hydrogen peroxide. Mix together one part hydrogen peroxide and two parts baking soda, then brush your teeth using the mixture. 2. Brush frequently and correctly. … Continue reading

We Love Smiles
Jun 08 2017

At Moffitt Restorative Dentistry, we love smiles.  When a person smiles, it is typically done with the corners of the mouth turned up and the front teeth exposed.  In restoring lost and broken teeth, smiles are enhanced.  Please enjoy the following restored … Continue reading

Waterpik- ADA Seal of Acceptance
May 23 2017

The American Dental Association announced the Waterpik Water Flosser as the first powered interdental cleaner to receive the ADA Seal of Acceptance. To earn the Seal, Water Pik, Inc. demonstrated that it meets the requirements for product and efficacy. This … Continue reading

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