Brushing and flossing your teeth every day and seeing your dentist in Burke twice a year are three things you should do in order to protect your teeth and your oral health. But did you know that there are everyday habits that can damage oral health no matter how hard you work on preventive dental… Read More
May is Asthma Awareness Month. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, nearly 25 million Americans have asthma, including 6 million children or adolescents. Asthma is a disease that affects the lungs and can cause shortness of breath, wheezing, and chest pain. This disease can often be treated, most commonly with an inhaler…. Read More
Oral health can be confusing. After all, oral health includes the teeth, gums, tongue, and the entire anatomy of the oral-facial facial system. Not to mention, oral health has a well-researched history of being tied to overall health. For example, oral health may contribute to things such as cardiovascular disease, pregnancy complications, and pneumonia. But… Read More
Any type of cancer diagnosis is scary. Oral cancer is no different. Oral cancer often affects the lips, tongue, and top and bottom areas of the mouth. It can also affect the tonsils and throat. During the month of April, healthcare professionals focus on raising awareness of head, neck, and oral cancers. These types of… Read More
Every March, the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics sponsors National Nutrition Month to raise awareness about how eating a well-balanced diet can lower the risk of developing health problems, such as heart disease, diabetes, and obesity. This year, we celebrate our 50th anniversary. But did you know that eating healthy can do more than protect… Read More
St. Patrick’s Day is right around the corner, which means we’ll be seeing a lot of green everywhere we look, from putting on our best green outfit to sipping on festive green drinks. March 17th is one of the largest drinking days of the year, and your dentist in Burke wants to not only remind… Read More
Dental implants are a permanent solution to replace a missing tooth or several teeth and can be used as an alternative to removable dentures and bridges. However, dental implants do require surgery which can make some patients uneasy, especially when it comes to not knowing if the procedure is painful. Rest assured that your dentist… Read More
It’s incredibly common to want to have the whitest smile possible. In fact, 80% of Americans between 18 and 49 reported that they’d like to have whiter teeth. Even if you brush and floss your teeth religiously, everyday things like your morning cup of coffee can cause tooth discoloration. But the good news is that… Read More
You’ve heard time and time again about how it’s important it is to see your dentist in Burke every six months for a checkup. But why do we recommend visiting us twice a year? Do you really need dental checkups that often? The short answer is yes, but let’s take a deeper look into why these… Read More
Your wisdom teeth tend to erupt between the age of 17 and 21, but they can make an appearance earlier or later. Many times, your dentist in Burke will recommend having wisdom teeth removed. Wisdom teeth extractions are incredibly common and can help maintain oral health. However, it is a type of oral surgery, and there… Read More
Very friendly, kind & professional dentist & staff! I couldn’t be happier & wish I had switched to this office long ago!
Great place to go as an adult and for kids! The staff were all friendly and pleasant. My family will continue to go here for our dental care. I will definitely recommend Sunshine Dentists to anyone who is looking for a dentist.
Dr. Donohue and her staff are wonderful! Dr. Donohue always makes time to help with any of my dental emergencies.
She is Knowledgeable, clearly explains procedures, and is always a delight. Her staff: hygienists and receptionists are competent and a credit to her office, which, by the way, is modern, clean, and bright, with the latest equipment.