Even if you take care of your teeth during the day, it’s possible there’s still damage happening at night. Some people clench and grind their teeth in times of stress
At Progressive Dental, we value our patients’ trust. Getting a referral is one of the best compliments we can receive. When you send a friend or family member to our
Going to the dentist twice a year might seem like overkill, but regular dental checkups are key to maintaining your overall health. Here are three reasons to keep that appointment
According to the Oral Health Foundation, flossing (or interdental cleaning) before brushing is the most effective way to keep your teeth clean. Their study showed that those who flossed before
Brush your teeth regularly, and the rest of your body will thank you.
According to research presented at the American Heart Association’s Scientific Sessions meeting in Chicago, brushing your teeth twice
At Progressive Dental, we make giving back to the community a priority. We are thrilled to participate in Doctors with a Heart day for the 23rd year in a row.
We’re bringing the Lourdes Mobile Mammography Van to our offices for breast cancer awareness month. The Lourdes Mobile Mammography Van is a mobile van that can travel to places like
Come meet Dr. Marcus Spera, our latest addition to the Progressive Dental team!
Progressive Dental will host three ice cream socials to introduce Dr. Marcus Spera to the community, where we’ll
Progressive Dental is proud to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Progressive Dental Community Scholarship. We established this scholarship in 1998 to reward area high school seniors interested in pursuing
Progressive Dental is proud to announce that Dr. Marcus Spera has joined our team of dentists!
Dr. Marcus Spera graduated from Maine Endwell High School in 2008. He then graduated from
Many people come to me with questions about teeth whitening. What’s safe? What works? How long does it take? I am here to answer those questions and discuss your concerns!
As researchers continue to study the link between dental hygiene and cardiovascular disease, it becomes more apparent how important it is to regularly brush your teeth.
Studies show that adults who