The Winery Gazette – Martha’s Winery Information

Delly Bezoss

Island Well being Care, the Winery’s solely federally certified well being heart, is receiving a $500,000 grant from MVYouth to determine a dental clinic in Edgartown that can present pediatric and grownup companies to Islanders with monetary wants. As much as half the sufferers IHC expects to serve on the […]

5 ways teledentistry can improve the oral health system

Delly Bezoss

As we continue to navigate the ongoing impacts of the COVID-19 public health emergency and look toward the future, the long-term benefits of telehealth for both providers and patients are becoming evident, including in oral health care. The value of teledentistry was discussed at length in the December 2021 Spotlight […]

Dental Hygiene and Its Effect on Overall Health

Delly Bezoss

The benefits of good dental hygiene go beyond bright smiles. Making sure you’re brushing properly, flossing daily, and keeping up with dental appointments preserves your overall health. Dental problems such as gum disease and tooth decay can contribute to a number of health conditions, including heart disease and pneumonia. This […]

Event brings dental care, Detroit Lions to local students

Delly Bezoss

Most trips to the dentist don’t include a live DJ or meeting a Detroit Lions football player, but for some Detroit students, that’s exactly what happened.  In the Brenda Scott Academy gymnasium on Friday, approximately 300 students at the school received free dental screening and care to the sound of today’s top hits. Children […]

Pitfalls From Skipping Your Yearly Cleanings

Delly Bezoss

Dentistry is oral health, and oral health is human health. Proper dental care is a key component of your overall health and well-being. Periodontal (gum) disease has known associations with cardiovascular disease, diabetes, and poor outcomes for infants from mothers with oral health issues. That is why it’s so important […]

If COVID Changed Your Oral Hygiene, You’re Not Alone

Delly Bezoss

Key Takeaways Nearly half of adults in the United States delayed dental care at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. Safety measures like pre-screening surveys, masking, and capacity limits are being used to control the spread of infection and protect staff and patients. According to research from the RAND Corporation, […]