It’s the beginning of a new year and a new decade! Do you have goals for this year? We certainly do. This month is the perfect time to reflect on the past year and look ahead to positive changes, and we want to take this opportunity to share our thoughts with you, our amazing patients.(more…)
February 18, 2020
January 31, 2020
WE ARE PROUD TO HONOR BROOKS DENTAL FOR 60 YEARS OF SERVICE!
Brooks Dental is incredibly proud to be serving the residents of Winthrop and surrounding communities. It’s amazing to think that we’ve been established right here in Winthrop Center for 60 years now. Dr. Barry, Dr. Howard, and Dr. Stephanie Brooks are honored to continue the Brooks Dental legacy.(more…)
December 2, 2019
At Brooks Dental, we’ve been incredibly grateful to Winthrop and the surrounding communities for giving us the opportunity to provide exceptional dentistry, whether we are preventing dental disease or cosmetically enhancing smiles. Recently, one of our patients was ecstatic with the results of her cosmetic treatment, and we’re honored to share her personal testimonial in this month’s newsletter.
Zoe worked with Dr. Stephanie to choose the right treatment that would accomplish her goal of improving her smile. Below, we’ll be highlighting Zoe’s experience throughout the veneer process. If you’ve been considering improving your smile and think cosmetic dentistry is right for you, read on to learn more and follow Zoe’s story. (more…)
September 30, 2019
When tooth pain strikes, you might find yourself asking a lot of questions. Is it simply caused by food that is stuck between my teeth?, or is it something that is more serious. Depending on the type of discomfort you’re experiencing, your tooth may be in far worse condition than you might think. In this instance, it’s best that you make a call to the dentists at Brooks Dental for additional guidance and necessary treatment.
July 9, 2019
Bruxism, also known as chronic teeth grinding, affects millions of people. It oftentimes occurs in your sleep, which makes it more difficult to diagnose. Some people experience no symptoms whatsoever. Some experience a sore jaw, tension headaches, and a stiff neck. And some exhibit symptoms such as irregular, interrupted sleep patterns. Believe it or not, bruxism can point us in the direction of diagnosing a rather serious disorder known as Obstructive Sleep Apnea.
June 25, 2019
The summer vacation is just around the corner, which means your child’s daily habits are about to make a dramatic change. Sleeping in, no daily homework assignments and open schedules can dramatically affect their routines. Of course, this includes their daily oral care, which is never something that should be left by the wayside. At Brooks Dental, the last thing the dentists want to see is your child’s clean mouth become filled with cavities by the time the fall season appears. (more…)
May 16, 2019
Brooks Dental is incredibly proud to have many experienced and caring dental professionals serving the community. We hope that as a patient, you get the chance to meet everyone responsible for providing high-quality dental care to Winthrop and the surrounding communities. As part of our recognition, we wanted to highlight an employee that we believe many patients may not be familiar with. Her name is Dr. Julianne C. Doyle!
October 19, 2018
Your family dentist in Winthrop may be the last thing on your mind during the Halloween season. Still, there’s no doubt that too much trick-or-treating can lead to toothaches down the road. Happily you can lessen the odds of a sugar-coated dental dilemma by following the tips in this post.
September 14, 2018
Can you believe that Brooks Dental has been serving Winthrop for almost 60 years now? Throughout the decades, we have kept up with the latest advances in dentistry, helped countless patients to achieve healthier, more beautiful smiles, and forged strong relationships within our community. We’re still going strong — and our legacy is only getting better! We couldn’t be happier to welcome Dr. Stephanie Brooks as the newest member of our team of dental experts.
August 6, 2018
So, after completing your Zoom! teeth whitening, you’re astounded by how effective it truly was at removing stains. When the dentist said it would reach underneath enamel, he wasn’t joking! While the effects are amazing initially after treatment, it’s important that you know the right steps to keep your smile looking white. Otherwise, you’ll need to come back sooner rather than later to keep your smile as white as possible!
After completing Zoom! teeth whitening in Winthrop, practice these four habits.