We're getting back to basics this month. From bad brushing habits you can say goodbye to and keeping flossing part of your routine, to the records process and its comprehensive approach to dental health and wellbeing, this newsletter is full of simple ways you can boost your dental care routine. Plus, check out our latest Wonder Woman and help us welcome our newest hygienist, Cassie!
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Dr. Elizabeth & Dr. Jeff Eggert

The Records Process at Eggert Family Dentistry is a comprehensive approach to dental health. It’s a thorough evaluation of the entire mouth for the purpose of achieving optimal dental and physical wellness. Learn why it's so important and what you can expect during this process with Dr. Elizabeth or Dr. Jeff.

Don't Toss the Floss
Gum disease and its possible link to heart disease and other diseases
8 Bad Brushing Habits
You can kick today for better oral health

Many studies have concluded that people with poor oral health have higher rates of cardiovascular disease than people with good oral health. This post s pecifically looks at gum disease and its effect on the heart.

Maybe you’ve heard this clever little saying:  You don’t have to brush all of your teeth. Only the ones you want to keep. That is true in a great sense – the powerful effects of brushing cannot be underestimated.

The Power of the Records Process – John’s Story
When John had existing restorations on some of his upper front teeth that were beginning to break down and decay, he reached out to Dr. Elizabeth in hopes of preserving the function of his teeth while also improving their appearance. Read what Dr. Elizabeth recommended after going through the Records Process and see his restored smile!
Wonder Woman
Welcome Cassie!
Shelly is our latest Wonder Woman. Shelly was nominated by her co-workers because she took on a big project for the hygiene team, helping everyone order new supplies and instruments and figuring out how to keep the inventory evenly stocked. 

She did a lot of research, meeting and talking with sales representatives to make sure we would get quality instruments for the best value. 

Lea says "This was a big undertaking, thank you Shelly I LOVE MY NEW INSTRUMENTS!" Congratulations Shelly on your well-deserved award.

We want to extend a big welcome to our newest hygienist, Cassie! She went into dental hygiene because she wanted to help patients with high anxiety overcome their fear of the dentist and has been a hygienist for over 12 years. 

Cassie lives in Andover with her husband Jim and their twin boys Zack and Ryan and daughter Abby.

“At Eggert Family Dentistry, our entire team strives to make every patient our number one priority. We provide exceptional, personalized care in a small office setting. I enjoy working with Dr. Elizabeth and Dr. Jeff and contributing to the overall patient experience.”