Posts for: July, 2017
Three out of four dental patients keep their toothbrushes longer than they should. Whenever you place a toothbrush into your mouth, it can be contaminated with bacteria microbes. These little critters can live on a toothbrush for weeks. It is recommended that you clean your brush regularly and replace it every three months, and always after you have an episode of the flu, cold or other viral infections. Notorious bacteria can implant themselves on the toothbrush bristles leading to re-infection.
We know your time is valuable and we make it our priority to be on time for all appointments. We are currently at 96% on-time appointments and are working hard to take every patient back at or before the appointment time. Occasionally we run behind because of an emergency but we will always keep you informed if we think we are going to be late so you can gauge your arrival time.
Please welcome Dr. Emerald Powell, D.M.D. to Park Crossing Dentistry! Dr. Powell is a native of Elizabethtown, Kentucky and joins our practice effective July 6, 2017. We are very excited to have her with us.
Dr. Powell earned her undergraduate degree from the University of Kentucky where she majored in Biotechnology and Biology. She graduated from the University of Kentucky College of Dentistry and the University of Cincinnati Medical Center for Advanced Education in General Dentistry. Her background in private practice, public health, and through the University of Ohio State College of Dentistry brings Park Crossing Dentistry a unique approach for patients. She is gentle and compassionate and treats every patient with the quality and honest care they deserve. She likes to make the patient feel very comfortable during treatment.
Dr. Powell is a member of the ADA and the Charlotte Dental Society. When she is not practicing dentistry, she likes to cook, read, watch movies, and spend time with her family in North Carolina.
Join us in welcoming her to our Park Crossing team!
Even Demi Moore needs a dentist! She said, "Thank God for modern dentistry. All of you who go out and practice modern dentistry — thank God!”