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How to Prepare for a Dental Procedure

"Dentist" can be an intimidating word, so at Cromwell Dental we strive to address your concerns and to make your visit as comfortable as possible. If you're considering a dental procedure, read our latest blog to prepare (and be reassured) for your next v…
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Dr. Scull's retirement

After 45 years of caring for you and generations of your families, I’ve decided to make a change. As of January 2019, I plan to retire and spend a good part of the year at my home in Florida, where I’ll move from part-time dentistry to a full-time, active…
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The Importance of a Stress-Free Environment During Dental Visits

The dental professionals at Cromwell Dental entered their field with the goal of helping patients to increase their health and happiness.  In order to do accomplish these goals, we do everything in our power to remain up-to-date with the latest techniques…
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How Often Should I Be Getting My Teeth Cleaned?

When it comes to maintaining your oral health and preserving a strong, functional, and beautiful smile, most adults understand the importance of a dedicated home care routine...That said, you need to do more if you want the best chance to keep your smile …
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Untreated dental disease can lead to serious long-term problems. The American Dental Association recommends all adults and children visit a dentist every six months. Whether you're a current or future client we hope to see you soon!