Engel Family Dentistry Encourages New Patients to Fulfill Their New Year’s Resolution of Improving Their Smile & Maintaining Dental Health

It’s a great time to fulfill New Year’s resolutions of creating a great smile and establishing strong dental health.

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Engel Family Dentistry

It’s hard to smile when you aren’t comfortable, and if you’re worried about your smile it’s hard to be comfortable.

Folsom, CA (PRWEB) February 19, 2013

At Engel Family Dentistry, January means dental benefits renewing for many patients. Dr. Engel and his staff would like to remind patients to maximize their benefits this year. There are many ways patients can work with their dentists to improve their smile and learn proper dental health maintenance.

At the start of a New Year, many dental patients are reminded that procedures they put off last year need to be acknowledged in the next. “It’s hard to smile when you aren’t comfortable, and if you’re worried about your smile it’s hard to be comfortable,” Dr. Engel says. Working closely with a dentist can help to identify problems and develop a preventative program. Prevention is the best way to avoid problems. With most insurance plans offering two cleanings per year, Dr. Engel encourages patients to take advantage and schedule both.

Engel Family Dentistry focuses on high quality, life long dental care to help patients maintain the best appearance and healthiest teeth. Acknowledging that life happens around the clock, not just during business hours, they also offer on call emergency care. They are currently serving Folsom, El Dorado Hills, Cameron Park, Shingle Springs, Roseville, Citrus Heights, Orangevale, and Carmichael.

About the company:

Dr. Engel graduated from The University of Texas Health Science Center, at Houston Dental Branch in 2003. Dr. Engel loves being a dentist and has been practicing dentistry in Arizona for the past 8 years. Dr. Engel enjoys giving back to the community when possible. When located in Arizona, he sat on the Advisory Board for Mesa Community College Dental Hygiene Advisory Board. In 2011, he moved to the Sacramento area, where in his spare time he enjoys spending time with his wife and six children. Since relocating to California, he has served as a volunteer Dentist for the California Mission of Mercy with the California Dental Association. For more information, please visit their website at http://www.engelfamilydentistry.com.


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