Health practitioners such as dentists, hygienists, and dental assistants are required to be certified in CPR. Dr. Ted Murray & Dr. Kristen Berning and the team at Exceptional Dentistry recently completed their CPR certification, which included some very important changes.
Our love and excitement of what we give to our patients is obvious to everyone we meet, through our smiles and enthusiasm.
What to do about teething pain?
Our Exceptional Dentistry team understands that nighttime mouth breathing can be harmful to a child’s growth & development. Children are supposed to be able to breath through their noses at night, in order to have proper oxygen supply to their active brains. In addition, breathing through the nose allows for proper tongue & muscle balance which is necessary for the face to develop correctly.
“My jaw hurts, my teeth hurt and I have a headache”, said a patient last week. Dr. Ted Murray listened to him and did an exam, took impressions of his teeth and made him an orthotic. Our patient called today to say his bite feels great, and he has no more pain. He is wearing this comfortable orthotic, and you can’t even notice it when he talks. He is sleeping better. He will wear this orthotic for about three months, and then Dr. Murray will restore his teeth to the correct bite to give him a strong and healthy smile.
Hey Doctor, what do you do?
What do our dentists do?
Dr. Murray & Dr. Berning calm fearful patients everyday.
They diagnose periodontal disease every day.
They save teeth every day.
They improve the self image of their patients every day.
They fix broken, missing, chipped, cracked, crooked yellow teeth every day.
They have three awesome hygienists who give gentle cleanings every day.