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Dr. Van Alstine has designed this blog to provide education on dental topics for the Ypsilanti community.

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Latest Posts:

When Do Wisdom Teeth Come In?
Posted on 11/13/2018 by Tracie Admin
Wisdom teeth (or third molars) typically come in around the ages of 17 to 21. Once wisdom teeth emerge, they will need to be evaluated to see if they are coming in correctly or if they need to be removed....
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Dental Trivia!
Posted on 10/29/2018 by Tracie Admin
Do you know what material was used by the Maya civilization around 600 AD to replace missing teeth? Check back next week for the answer! The answer is: shells! The oldest dental implants found were from 600 AD when the Maya civilization used shell pieces as implants to replace missing teeth....
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What Should You Eat After Wisdom Tooth Removal?
Posted on 10/25/2018 by Tracie Admin
After wisdom tooth removal, patients will receive a list of soft or liquid foods that are safe to eat while recovering. The surgical site can be irritated depending on the types of food eaten while healing, so be sure to follow post-op instructions and avoid spicy foods, acidic foods, hot temperatures, carbonation, and difficult to chew foods....
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All Posts:

When Do Wisdom Teeth Come In?
11/13/2018
Dental Trivia!
10/29/2018
What Should You Eat After Wisdom Tooth Removal?
10/25/2018
Is an Electric Toothbrush More Effective?
10/19/2018
Reducing Cavity Risk This Halloween
10/12/2018
What are the Benefits of Gum Graft Surgery?
9/28/2018
What Causes Teeth to Stain?
9/27/2018
Symptoms of Gum Disease
9/21/2018
How Do Dental Implants Work?
9/14/2018
How to Know If You Grind Your Teeth
8/31/2018
Did You Know? - John Greenwood
8/28/2018
What is an Impacted Tooth?
8/15/2018
Should You Floss or Brush Your Teeth First?
8/10/2018
Is Chewing Ice Bad For Your Teeth?
7/30/2018
How Often Should You Replace Your Toothbrush?
7/27/2018
What's the Difference Between DMD and DDS?
7/23/2018
How Does Dry Mouth Affect Your Dental Health?
7/19/2018
The Cost of Putting Off Dental Cleaning and Exams
6/29/2018
What Should You Do If You Forget Your Toothbrush?
6/27/2018
When Are Wisdom Teeth Typically Removed?
6/25/2018
What is the Difference Between Gingivitis and Periodontitis?
6/18/2018
Are Toothpicks Safe to Use?
5/31/2018
When You Should Visit the Dentist
5/30/2018
How to Relieve Dry Mouth
5/22/2018
How Much Can Dental Sealants Prevent Cavities?
5/18/2018

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Location: 1900 Packard Rd Ypsilanti, MI 48197-1866
Call: (734) 480-8818

DIRECTIONS


Here are a few helpful hints to ensure you arrive safely:
•  When using GPS to find us be sure to enter Ypsilanti, there is a 1900 Packard not too far from us in Ann Arbor as well.
•  Turn onto Kewanee Rd off of Packard Rd. Then turn left into the parking lot below our building. You can park anywhere.
•  The entrance to the building is on the south side (facing Packard Rd) on the same level as the parking lot.
•  Once you enter, walk to the top of the stairs and turn right. We are the first office you come to with the big glass door. Please come in and let the receptionist know you are here.
•  If you are unable to use the stairs, please call us and we will be happy to help you access the ramp into the building.

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