If you’re one of the estimated 20% of people who happen to develop mouth ulcers, you know just how uncomfortable and painful they can be. The good news is that ulcers in the mouth tend to go away on their own within about two weeks, are usually harmless, and don’t necessarily need treatment from your… Read More
We’re headed into the peak of cold and flu season, which typically comes with stuffy noses, sore throats, fevers, and loads of medicine to help ease symptoms. But did you know that any sickness from the common cold to the flu can also put oral health at risk, too? Your dentist in Burke has some steps… Read More
When your dentist in Burke talks about gum disease, we’re not just talking about its risks to oral health. The truth is, gum disease has also been linked to several whole-body concerns, such as cardiovascular diseases, respiratory problems, and certain types of cancer. However, there is good news. Gum disease can be treated and reversed… Read More
Allergies can be triggered at any time of the year. In turn, sinuses can be affected, causing discomfort in many different areas. Sinus pressure or a sinus infection can have various symptoms, such as a stuffy nose, pressure in the eyes, discomfort around the cheeks, and tooth pain. But as your dentist in Burke knows, any… Read More
Sugary sweets can mean bad news for your teeth. But your dentist in Burke wants all of our patients to know that there is a way to enjoy those sweet cravings without all of the damage of sugar. We’re talking about xylitol, and choosing it over sugar may benefit your oral health. What is Xylitol? Xylitol… Read More
Hollywood has done a great job showing characters cracking up after getting laughing gas. But is that true? Does laughing gas really make you laugh? If so, how can this be beneficial for patients visiting their dentist in Burke? In reality, laughing gas, also known as nitrous oxide, can make you laugh, but there are… Read More
There’s an appropriate time and place for do-it-yourself, at-home projects, and improvements. But your dentist in Burke wants you to know that any social media trend involving your oral health isn’t one of them. While you should take great care of your teeth at home by regularly brushing and flossing, you shouldn’t try these four social… Read More
Just because you may have replaced your natural teeth with a denture doesn’t mean you should stop seeing your dentist in Burke. In fact, it may be even more important for denture-wearers to keep their regularly scheduled dental appointments in order to protect overall oral health. After all, dental health also includes your gums, tongue,… Read More
Cosmetic dentistry can transform any smile and make it brighter, whiter, straighter, or more even. There are tons of cosmetic dentistry treatments to choose from, and finding the best cosmetic dentistry procedure for you depends on what you’re trying to achieve. Use this guide of examples of cosmetic dentistry from your dentist in Burke to get… Read More
Most people are more concerned about losing their teeth and having fewer teeth than they are about having too many teeth. But the truth is, it can happen. When someone has more than the usual 20 baby teeth and 32 adult teeth, it’s known as hyperdontia. Luckily, this condition doesn’t typically need treatment, but you… 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.