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Why do I need scaling and root planing?

By: Office Admin
On: December 5, 2020

If you haven’t been to the dentist in a while or if you have difficulty sticking to a regular brushing and flossing routine, Dr. Mullaney might recommend root scaling and root planing. While it might sound scary, scaling and root planing is simply a deep cleaning below the gum line to help treat gum disease. […]

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Signs that you may need a root canal

By: Office Admin
On: November 18, 2020

Root canals are used to save teeth that have become badly infected or decayed. It can be challenging to know whether you need root canal therapy or another treatment, especially if you experience tooth and gum pain or sensitivity to temperature. Physical symptoms usually do not start until the issue has become advanced, which is […]

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Is what you eat affecting your oral health?

By: Office Admin
On: October 28, 2020

We all know that a balanced diet is important to our overall health, but did you know that it is vital for your oral health as well? Poor nutrition can create a host of problems for your teeth and gums. If you would like to maintain a great smile for life, Dr. Mullaney can give […]

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How can I get rid of stains on my teeth?

By: Office Admin
On: August 27, 2020

Although the surface of your teeth appears smooth, it actually contains microscopic pits and ridges. These tiny spaces hold food particles and pigments from food and beverages. When left unattended for a long period of time, these pigments lead to stains or yellowed teeth. If you are searching for ways to whiten teeth at home, […]

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Covid-19 Update on Patient Care Protocols

By: Kathleen Mullaney
On: May 22, 2020

Dear Mullaney Dental Family, We are happy to offer our patients a safe environment to receive their much needed dental care. Our team has been fully vaccinated since February 2021. We have worked very hard on our new patient care protocols and are strictly following the guidelines set out for us by the American Dental […]

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Changes in our mouth as we age…..

By: Kathleen Mullaney
On: August 14, 2019

Have you started to notice some things changing in your mouth as you get older? Here are some common dental concerns as we age…. Keeping up with your good oral hygiene habits and continuing regular dental visits will keep your natural teeth for as long as possible. Tooth decay Cavities aren’t just a problem for your […]

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Bring me some cheese please!

By: Kathleen Mullaney
On: August 1, 2019

The Case for Cheese Simply put, dairy products are one of the best dietary sources of calcium in terms of bioavailability–or the ability of your body to intake nutrients from the food. Calcium plays a primary role in the development and maintenance of healthy bones and teeth, and is important for blood clotting, wound-healing, and maintaining normal […]

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What your mouth may be trying to tell you…..

By: Kathleen Mullaney
On: July 3, 2019

There are many diseases and conditions that have symptoms that occur in the mouth, and if you know a little about what they are it can help you to make better decisions about your health. Bad Breath: If you brush your teeth, floss, and use mouth wash regularly but still have stinky breath it could be […]

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Do I have to stop chewing gum?

By: Kathleen Mullaney
On: June 21, 2019

We have many patients ask if they have to stop chewing gum. If you can’t quite give up your love for bubble gum here are some things to keep in mind. And, as always, if you suffer from TMJ issues we never recommend gum chewing as it inflames your jaw muscles. Which gums should I […]

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Oral Cancer on the rise in the US- Are you being screened?

By: Kathleen Mullaney
On: April 15, 2019

  According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, cancers of the oropharynx (back of the throat, including the base of the tongue and tonsils) are usually caused by tobacco and alcohol, but recent studies show that about 72 percent of oropharyngeal cancers are caused by HPV. “There has been significant change in the […]

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Had my first visit to Dr. Mullaney’s office this month since the pandemic and the experience was gold standard. The safety processes and clean office environment were impeccable. Dr. Mullaney and staff were, as usual, amazing. Every step was explained, the protective garments worn by staff were the best I have experienced. It was a safe and positive visit and I recommend making an appointment!!

I am a new patient. After my first dentist appointment with Dr. Mullaney, I left feeling very informed and in control of ultimately making decisions about the care and treatment I receive. The staff is incredibly kind and knowledgeable. I love that they participate in helping veterans through The Freedom Day USA program. They are committed to providing a very clean and friendly atmosphere. In addition this practice goes out of its way to bring comfort and the latest in dentistry to all their patients.

I never thought that a person could enjoy going to the dentist until I started seeing Dr. Mullaney. Her attractive and serene office and Dr. Mullaney and her competent and friendly staff make every visit a pleasure. They have a gift for making each experience smooth and efficient, with meticulous attention to the patient’s needs and comfort. On a scale of 1 to 10 this practice is a 15!

Dr. Mullaney and her staff are absolutely wonderful. They are very professional, personable and greet you by name when you walk in the door. Dr. Mullaney is very talented and really has perfected her craft. Even with a last-minute treatment change, she is unwavering in performing the highest quality treatment available. I am extremely grateful to you all for making my visit pleasant and even fun!