Get to Know Our Ultradent Opalescence Boost Tooth Whitening System

By Tooth Fairy on Jul 26, 2018 7:51:19 AM

Teeth can become stained or discolored from a wide range of reasons. Food, drinks, medications, tobacco usage, and more can all stain the enamel of your teeth, giving them a yellowish tint. Teeth whitening is a cosmetic dentistry option to help alleviate any stress caused by discolored teeth.

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Here's Why You Should Try Zoom! Advanced Power™ Teeth Whitening

By Tooth Fairy on Jul 19, 2018 7:50:27 AM

There are a lot of options out on the market for teeth whitening. Walk down the dental aisle at your local store and you’ll see plenty of at-home choices. Some of those at-home products can be questionable, meaning they may or may not work. So, how do you ensure you get whiter teeth without the hassle? Professional teeth whitening is the way to go. Come to Boger Dental, and we’ll make sure you get a brighter smile with Zoom! Advanced Power™.

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Demystifying 3 Myths About Cosmetic Dentistry

By Tooth Fairy on Jul 12, 2018 7:52:04 AM

Discolored, cracked, or chipped teeth can make a person lose their self-confidence. For years the thought of cosmetic dentistry offered rumors of cost, inaccessibility to all, and the difficulty for most to benefit from the full range of procedures.

Nowadays, the misconceptions and myths of cosmetic dentistry are now demystified. Keep reading as we debunk three myths about cosmetic dentistry!

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Boger Dental to be a Sponsor of Music in Plymouth 2018

By Tooth Fairy on Jul 5, 2018 8:43:00 AM

Music in Plymouth 2018 will be held on Wednesday, July 11th at the outdoor Hilde Performance Center!

With a great schedule of live music and entertainment, it’s sure to be a crowd-pleaser for the whole family.

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Employee Spotlight: Meghan Schrempp

By Tooth Fairy on Jun 28, 2018 8:03:13 AM

Finding a hygienist you know and trust is a key factor in maintaining great oral health. To show you how wonderful our team is, we recently sat down with one of our dental hygienists, Meghan Schrempp, to learn a little more about her and her role at Boger Dental.

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Now Offering Botox at Boger Dental!

By Tooth Fairy on Jun 21, 2018 8:26:21 AM

Did you know that we offer Botox at Boger Dental?

It’s a newer addition to our service offerings. While it’s mainly used for cosmetic purposes, it can also be used to treat chronic migraines and jaw pain.

Topics: Dental Health
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Smiles for Life 2018: One Month Left!

By Tooth Fairy on Jun 14, 2018 8:49:16 AM

We have 1 month left for our 2018 Smiles for Life season! Don't miss out on whitening your teeth and helping a child restore their smile and improve their life.  

At Boger Dental, we’re very passionate about this charity event each year. We have a CRAZY challenge if we meet our goal. See Dr. Chad’s video message to learn what that challenge is …

Topics: Dental Health
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5 FAQs about Children's Dentistry

By Tooth Fairy on Jun 7, 2018 8:44:39 AM

When should my child start brushing their teeth? What oral health habits should I be teaching? Is it too soon to see a dentist?

Here’s what you need to know about your child’s oral health. 

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Sleep Apnea May be Linked to ADHD in Children

By Tooth Fairy on May 31, 2018 9:21:47 AM

ADHD. It’s one of the most common mental disorders affecting children today, affecting approximately five percent of kids, according to the American Psychiatric Association.

ADHD can show up in different ways - an inability to focus, hyperactivity, and taking impulsive actions without considering their broader consequences. It can make life extremely difficult for children (and the 2.5% of adults it’s estimated to affect too).


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What is Sleep Apnea?

By Tooth Fairy on May 24, 2018 8:36:35 AM

Do you wake up tired every day? Do you snore loudly? Have others observed that you sometimes stop breathing during sleep?

These are just a few of the symptoms of sleep apnea, a “potentially serious sleep disorder in which breathing repeatedly stops and starts,” according to Mayo Clinic.

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