Tips for Maintaining a Healthy Smile…From Home!

April 20th, 2020

As a result of the COVID-19 crisis, routine, non-emergency dental care has been restricted, making it more important than usual to stay up on optimal oral hygiene and dietary habits. The following are some commonly asked questions. Q: What are the worst foods and drinks for my teeth? As you may know, frequently consuming foods and drinks that are high in sugar, such as soft drinks and candy, can lead to tooth decay. It may come as a surprise that it’s not the sugar itself that directly causes cavities. The sugar we consume is metabolized by the bacteria in our mouths into acid. It’s this acid that eats away the mineralized structure of the tooth, leading to a cavity. The amount of time the acid is in contact with the teeth is a major factor. Every time we eat or drink something with sugar, the bacteria in our mouths produce Read the full article…

When to visit a dentist during the Michigan COVID-19 Lock down

April 6th, 2020

In response to the COVID-19 crisis, Governor Gretchen Whitmer issued Executive Order 2020-17 on March 20, 2020, restricting dental practices in the Michigan to performing only emergency dental care. This order is in place until the “state of emergency” declaration has ended, which at this time is still in effect with no end date yet announced. As a result, routine dental care such as dental cleanings and an array of other procedures deemed to be non-urgent are to be postponed until further notice. In order to comply with this order, our office will be contacting patients currently scheduled for non-urgent appointments and rescheduling them to a later date when we anticipate the order will be lifted. The following is a list of conditions that qualify for “emergency” or “essential” dental treatment Tooth pain Infection/swelling Trauma to the teeth or jaws Uncontrolled bleeding Broken/fractured tooth or teeth causing pain or irritation Read the full article…

Halloween Candy Buy Back November 4 2019

October 30th, 2019
halloween candy buyback Utica Mi

It’s that time of year again! Trick or treating has concluded, leaves have all but fallen, and kids are ready to turn their hard earned candy into CA$H!!! If you are new here, we are the Manduzzi’s, your hometown family oriented dental office right here in Utica, MI. Every November, when all the Halloween festivities have ended, we like to put a cash back spin on your kids’ (and adults’) candy while simultaneously spreading spooky cheer around the globe to our men and women serving this great country! We will be offering cash for candy on Tuesday November 6th from 4pm – 7pm, and will be buying back your excess candy for $1 per pound (up to 5lb’s). This is our way of giving back to the Utica community and giving our kids the opportunity to earn cash instead of cavities! Once we collect the candy, it will be distributed Read the full article…

USPBL VIP Pre-Sale Discount Tickets Now Available!

May 6th, 2019
discount baseball tickets from Dr. Christopher Manduzzi at Jimmy Johns Field

That’s right! Your favorite family dental professionals Chris and Jackie have struck another amazing deal for their patients! We have partnered with Jimmy Johns Field for some quick pre-season discounted tickets! With opening day quickly approaching on May 10th, this is your opportunity to amp up your summer fun with this amazing limited time pre-season offer! Click here for discounted tickets and use code MANDUZZI2019 Simply click here to get $2.00 off pre-season tickets for summer ballgames at our very own Jimmy Johns Field right here in Utica! Enjoy 2 for 1 Wednesdays, Thirsty Thursdays, and the firework spectacular that happens every Friday night! Don’t forget, kids get to run the bases after every game, so all mom’s and dad’s win with the kidos at every game!

The Truth About Dental X-Ray Safety And Why We Need Them

January 18th, 2019
A safe digital xray cbct scan.

Dental radiographs (x-rays) are the only way to see in between your teeth to check for tooth decay (cavities) as well as to evaluate the jaw bone around the teeth, which is important in diagnosing periodontal disease (bone loss around teeth). Without dental x-rays, we cannot properly make these diagnoses. If x-rays are taken regularly, issues can be caught and treated before they become bigger (and generally more painful) problems.

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January 11th, 2018

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