Reamer Family Dentistry
What our patients say about us
  • Professional - Knowledgeable - Experienced - Supportive - Caring - Friendly - Personable - Thorough - and amazingly Reasonable! I just can't find enough words to fully express how thankful I am to have found this practice.
    Tricia Lotton
    Everyone is so nice and very positive. It's obvious they enjoy what they do, and they are very helpful with referrals and dealing with insurance. Highly recommend!
    Becky Ruark
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Our Services
The treatments you need for excellent dental health
  • Children's Dentistry
  • Cosmetic Dentistry
  • Dental Implants
  • Dentures
  • Digital Dental X-Rays
  • Preventive Care
  • Root Canal Therapy
  • Teeth Whitening
  • Tooth-Colored Fillings
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Fun Dental Facts

The award for the most dedicated dentist must go to Brother Giovanni Batista Orsenigo from Rome, a monk who was also a dentist. He kept all the teeth he extracted over the 40 years that he was working. In 1903 the number was counted and found to be 2,000,744 teeth, an average of nearly 200 extractions per day!Toothbrushes with nylon bristles were first developed in 1938. However toothbrushes made from other materials existed long before that. In China, for example, bristle toothbrushes existed as long ago as the 15th century. Materials first used included bristles from hogs, horses and badgers.Whitening products for teeth date back to the Middle Ages. But ...

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Kicking the Tobacco Habit is Good for Your Mouth

While the current percentage of Americans who smoke cigarettes is the lowest it’s been in decades, those who continue the habit remain at risk for heart and lung disease. Additionally,while we know smoking is also bad for our oral health, most don’t understand just how bad it is…More Than Just Stained TeethFrom its seemingly mild side effects (bad breath, tooth discoloration, buildup of plaque and tartar), to the more sinister (increased risk of oral cancer, loss of bone within the jaw, gumdisease and any number of resulting complications) – tobacco is indeed an oral health risk. Tobacco can cause serious health issues by breaking down the ...

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Why Do We Take Dental X-rays?

It may seem odd that your dentist requires x-rays of your teeth to be taken every so often since most dental concerns are at a surface level. Yet there are several issues that your dentist cannot see without the use of an x-ray.Why Dentists Take X-raysTo find cavities and tooth decay – While decay can become apparent on the surface of the tooth, it can be difficult to tell the extent of the damage by examining the surface of the tooth alone. Since decay shows up on an x-ray, they are useful in finding which teeth have cavities, the amount of decay, and how far into the tooth it has ...

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February is Children's Dental Health Month

February may be the designated dental health month for children, but it important to address your child’s dental health each and every day. Dental care begins at birth and lasts throughout a person’s life. It is our role as caregivers and parents to insure healthy habits are formed early on to keep one’s teeth as long as possible.Baby TeethAccording to the American Dental Association, Children need strong, healthy teeth to chew their food, speak and have a good-looking smile. Their first teeth also help make sure their adult teeth come in correctly. It’s important to start infants off with good oral care to help protect their teeth for decades to ...

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New Year, New Smile?

As we begin the New Year we start to see all the posts about New Year resolutions, lifestyle changes, “new year, new me,” you get the point. There’s something about the excitement of change and we don’t want you to miss out. This is the year you can make the change you’ve always wanted to make and get the smile you’ve always wanted.To your surprise, the dentist is more than just cleanings and restorative visits. At our office we offer a variety of cosmetic services including teeth whitening, veneers, dentures, bridges and crowns. Most people are familiar with the general concept of whitening, dentures and crowns but some might not ...

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