Did you know that May is Women’s Health Month? Your dentist in Burke thought this would be the best time to talk about the specific needs and issues women can face regarding oral health and hygiene. There’s a lot to uncover and understand, and we hope you’ll join us to learn a little more about… Read More
One of the top priorities of your dentist in Burke is to prevent dental problems from occurring in the first place. However, there’s one condition that affects more than 90% of adults over the age of 20 – cavities. Treating cavities is usually quick and easy, especially if they’re caught early. This is one reason why… Read More
Oral health is a crucial part of your overall health, and it’s important to see your dentist in Burke at least every six months to maintain a healthy mouth and healthy body. However, we understand that there are some things that can keep a patient from seeing us as often as they should. If it’s been… Read More
Gum disease is one of the most common dental problems your dentist in Burke sees every day. In fact, the CDC reports that nearly 50% of adults over the age of 30 have some form of gum disease. While gum disease can certainly cause some unwanted side effects in patients’ oral health, it has also… Read More
Spring is the season of new beginnings when trees begin to blossom, the days become longer, and many people start to open up and clean out their houses after what always seems like a long winter. Anyone who “spring cleans” their home every year knows just how much of a difference a deep clean can… Read More
There have been close to 400 million cases of COVID-19 worldwide since the beginning of the pandemic. While one of the telltale signs of COVID can be loss of taste, among many other symptoms, there may be additional oral health concerns associated with a COVID-19 infection both during illness, as well as recovery. Your dentist… Read More
Teeth are one of the most important aspects of your body and your overall health, and it’s essential to take care of them with good oral hygiene practices. This means regular brushing, flossing, and visiting your dentist in Burke twice a year. However, what you eat can also play an important role in keeping your teeth… Read More
When we’re little, isn’t it funny how amusing it is when we have a missing tooth or teeth? It’s really not such a laughing matter when we’re older adults. Aside from taking a toll on your self-confidence, having a missing tooth or teeth can also negatively affect your overall health as well. Your dentist in… Read More
Have you or someone in your family ever had a tonsil stone? Are you curious to know what a tonsil stone even is? Let your dentist in Burke tell you a little bit about tonsil stones, what they are, why they form, and how you can help yourself should they happen to appear in your… Read More
Did you know that crooked teeth can affect more than just your appearance? Teeth that are overlapped or crooked can affect your bite, make it difficult to properly clean your teeth, and even cause problems with digestion. But there’s good news — you don’t have to live with a crooked smile. In fact, your dentist… 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.