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COVID-19 and Dental Problems

The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has impacted people in many ways.  One such impact involves dental health.   Across the nation, many dental patients are just now returning to their dentist for Read More

For your safety!

Recently, enormous attention has been focused on the spread of diseases, in particular COVID-19 (the corona virus). At Bushnell Family & Cosmetic Dentistry, we have been focused on preventing Read More

Nationwide Dental Warranty

Wouldn’t it be nice to have one less thing to worry about? Dental work is an investment and can be costly. Bushnell Family & Cosmetic Dentistry and Dental Warranty Corporation have Read More

15 Year Anniversary

2020 brings us the 15 year anniversary for Bushnell Family & Cosmetic Dentistry. It has been an exciting 15 years for both the practice and its patients! In March 2005, Dr. Read More

No Gag Impressions!

Are you one of the many people that dread having an impression taken of your teeth? Does the thought of a tray full of impression material in your mouth make Read More

October is National Dental Hygiene Month

October is National Dental Hygiene Month.  National Dental Hygiene Month is an effort to celebrate the work of dental hygienists and to help raise awareness of good oral health. At Bushnell Read More

September is Dental Implant Awareness Month

  More than 3 million people in the United States now have dental implants. Furthermore, this number is growing by more than 500,000 people each year. Why are so many people Read More

Dental CBCT….What is it?

Dental CBCT is dental cone beam computed tomography. Wow…that is a mouthful. A more simple description is a 3-dimensional x-ray that is used for dental purposes. Bushnell Family & Read More

The Daily Grind

Bruxism is defined as the involuntary clenching or grinding of one’s teeth.  This condition affects over 40 million people in the United States alone.  Bruxism has many detrimental consequences to Read More

We Cater to Dental Cowards!

It has been reported that up to 20% of the adults in the United States avoid dental visits due to dental anxiety or fear. This avoidance often results in delayed Read More

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