FRANKLIN, OH, February 15, 2014 /24-7PressRelease/
-- At an early age, a patient needs to create healthy habits-he/she will benefit from it now and in the future. Good oral hygiene is the key to healthy teeth and gums. Practice makes permanent, which is why Drs. Kori and Everhart have implemented a "No Cavity Club" program at their Franklin dentist office near Monroe.
"A lot of our younger patients don't truly understand how important it is to brush and floss teeth. To give them more of an incentive, we created a 'No Cavity Club' that awards the patient with the cleanest teeth," explains Dr. Kori.
Any patient between the ages of 3-15 can participate. There is one winner a month; toddlers, kids and teens need to start brushing-and flossing! To win a prize, patients must remember three things:
- Brush twice a day, two minutes each time
- Floss daily, between each tooth
- Visit the dentist, twice a year
These are simple tasks, but many people don't follow through with them. Some patients think-I can do better, later. That's not a good way to think. It's never too early to build better dental habits.
Because "It's never too late" isn't a saying that a person hears very often in regards to oral health. There are times when it is too late; meaning, a patient has developed tooth decay, gingivitis or gum disease. Worst-case scenario, he/she ended up losing a tooth. Drs. Kori and Everhart work hard to do two things-prevent dental problems and fix them. Sometimes it's inevitable, which is why Kori & Everhart Advanced Dentistry offers restorative procedures, such as dental implants, in Monroe. Before a patient's oral health starts to decline, Drs. Kori and Everhart hope this new "No Cavity Club" will help give their younger patients develop a proactive attitude in regards to keeping teeth cavity free!
To schedule a dental appointment with Monroe dentists, Drs. Kori and Everhart, call their main number at (513) 808-4411. Or to make things a little simpler, go to www.koriandeverhartdentistry.com
and submit an appointment request form. New patients are always welcome!
About Kori & Everhart Dentistry:
Dr. Mamta Kori received her dental degree from the Ohio State University College of Dentistry and completed her General Practice Residency in 2002 at Miami Valley Hospital in Dayton, Ohio. She started her practice with Dr. Scott Everhart shortly after completing her residency in 2002. Dr. Kori is a member of the American Dental Association, the Ohio Dental Association and the Keely Dental Society. Dr. Scott Everhart also attended the Ohio State University College of Dentistry and received his DDS degree in 1998. He worked as an associate in Columbus and Cincinnati before acquiring the practice of Dr. H.T. Weinstein in late 2000. Dr. Everhart is also currently a dental officer in the 373rd Med Co (DS), US Army.Media Contact:
Dr. Mamta Kori
3420 Atrium Blvd. Suite 100
Franklin, OH 45005
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