This year Family First Health is highlighting our Mobile School Dentist Program in Columbia during the Extra Give day of giving. Your
Kids Dental Care: Teaching Good Dental Habits
National Children’s Dental Health Month wraps up today, which is the perfect time to explore the importance of kids dental care. As adults, we kno
The Nuts and Bolts of Interprofessional Care
This is an embedded Microsoft Office presentation, powered by Office Online. Last month, we traveled to Meadville, Pennsylvania, to give a
How does tooth decay happen?
Tooth decay is 100% preventable. You can prevent this health problem by visiting with your dentist several times a year for an exam and cleaning
Patients tell us how we did
Our Quality Improvement team is always looking for ways to better serve our patients and one of the ways they do that is by asking patients for input.
Bacteria: The bad, the gross and the preventable
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jy8JurvYlH4 Last time we talked about bad bacteria in our mouths. Let’s talk about that a little more. We al
Why come to the dentist office? We’ll tell you.
We have been introducing you to our dentists and now we would like to introduce and welcome you to our offices — which are open to anyone seeki
Meet the staff: Dr. Terrence Walker
Dr. Terrence Walker joined Family First Health in August 2015 — seeing patients at our George Street and Hanover centers. He remembers exactly t
Meet the staff: Alexander McKinley
We want you to get to know your staff at Family First Health in and out of the doctor’s office. It’s a daunting task, but we’re starting with some