Heritage Dental is building a growing library of educational videos available for our patients, current and new!   Our goal is to help patients achieve optimal health through good oral and dental hygiene, while also educating them about many of the various services we provide.  

Decisions Decisions

Over the years, several studies have shown that dental patients are increasingly interested in playing a role in their own treatment.  In fact, The American Dental Association supports what they call “a shared collaborative decision" process between patient and clinician” in order to establish the best treatment strategy. We spoke with one Heritage Dental patient who explained that that shared approach to care played an important role in his own choice for a dental provider.

An Ounce Of Prevention

Personalized oral care is a necessity for good dental health. We sat down with Heritage Dental patient, Dick Franklin, who explained why frequent dental visits are helping him keep his teeth healthy and strong.

Hip For Dental Health

Team Heritage Dental recently went to the Relay for Life event. Just one example of their commitment to health, wellness and community engagement.

Oral Cancer

April marks Oral Cancer Awareness Month. The American Academy of Oral Medicine estimates that the disease kills one person every hour of every day. Dr. Kenneth Cohrn of Heritage Dental tells us how they examine for oral cancer.

Dental Diabetes

American Diabetes Alert Day falls in the month of March. The American Diabetes Association defies the condition as the body's inability to use glucose, and it can affect every aspect of your health. The specialists at Heritage Dental share their insights into diabetes-related infections, and how they impact your dental health.

Dental Healthy Diet

Eating right is important for more than losing weight. It's also essential to your dental health. Heritage Dental in Lady Lake shares the do's and don'ts of keeping your teeth intact.

The Heart Of Dental Health

Would you tell your eye doctor that you had a toothache? Probably not. But you SHOULD tell your dentist if you have a heart condition. The specialists at Heritage Dental explain why you should inform your dentist if you have any history of heart disease.

Dedicated to Dentistry

Hometown Health sat down with Heritage Dental to find out more about how they help their patients achieve optimal health through good oral and dental hygiene.

Something to Smile About

The specialists at Heritage Dental talk about how there is more to their patients’ smiles than just a check up.
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