Life was a lot simpler when what we honored was father and mother rather than all major credit cards. Robert Orben
Dr. Sheldon Frankel often jokes, “Only floss the teeth you wanted to keep.” An indication of how deeply he cares for our patients is evident when our patients of 60 years up come in for their regular preventative visits. Dr. Frankel is 92 years young and his son Jon Frankel and daughter Karen Kearns continue the family tradition of caring for patients. They offer three ways your dentist care for fathers.
• Complete needed dental care and continue with preventative visits. Heart Disease is the number one reason for death in men in the United States. Dental Visits promote heart health.
• Schedule regular preventative visits. Nearly 42,000 Americans will be diagnosed with oral cancer this year. Survival rates depend on early detection.
• Whiten Dad’s Teeth. A healthy mouth promotes a healthy body. Once Dad’s smile is healthy. Let us whiten his teeth. We have found patients who whiten their teeth, care for their teeth. It’s all about a healthy smile.