Tiger Oaks Publishing hosted a "Best of Plymouth & Maple Grove" this past Tuesday night to reveal the results of surveys conducted respectively by Plymouth Magazine and Maple Grove Magazine. It was a beautiful night out at Rush Creek Golf Club with a silent auction to benefit two worthy organizations that serve our communities, Interfaith Outreach and Community Partners and CROSS Food Shelf.
Two sure signs of a healthy dental team are the longevity of the group and the tenure of its members. At Boger Dental in Plymouth, we have been fortunate to bring together and retain some fantastic dental professionals over the years. Several of our team members have been with us for over ten, 15 and 20 years. Melissa Polansky has been a faithful member of the Boger Dental for 25 years now. We are grateful for her loyal dedication to our dental practice and the high standard she sets patient service by our administrative team.
You have probably heard about the controversy stirring around the study published by the American Cancer Society on April 10th that claims to have made a connection between dental x-rays and brain tumors. It is being covered by all of the news stations, from CBS News to the Huffington Post. Those kinds of claims not only make headlines but caught the attention of our team here at Boger Dental and our professional peers, as well. So, after careful review, we offer our patients this insight to help find perspective about the study's findings and implications.
It's that time of year again! For the sixth year in a row, Boger Dental is participating in the Smiles For Life campaign. Thanks to the generosity of our fabulous patient community, we have been able to raise more than $100,000 for children's charities that help seriously ill, disabled, and underprivileged children in our Plymouth, MN community and around the world.
In conjunction with National Children's Dental Health Month, hygienists and dental assistants from Boger Dental in Plymouth will be visiting a number of classrooms throughout the local community to help emphasize the importance of good dental health habits.
Temporomandibular Joint Disorder (TMJ) disorder often takes years to fully develop and can affect several muscles in the body. Most people struggle with TMD at least to some extent, however there are several symptoms that indicate a call for treatment.
Dental veneers can improve your smile and be an effective alternative to full dental crowns. Dental veneers are a thin shell generally made of porcelain. This shell is bonded to the tooth to improve shape and the color of teeth. The veneer is like a front covering and usually only covers the top and front of the tooth. Veneers can actually be used to reform an entire smile by:
Say, how often do you get to do something wonderful and easy for yourself and make a difference in somebody else's life at the same time? Well, here's your chance...