Dr. Grant McGann

Sweetie Tooth!

There are a few definite, known things about Valentine’s Day.   Everyone knows that Valentine’s Day is a day of love, that we are supposed to shower our loved ones in displays of affection, and that we are usually eat an unhealthy amount of chocolate. Some revel in the glory of love while others claim […]

Thank You

Thank you for trusting us with your dental health care. You are a valuable part of our work and our life. We feel that it is sometimes important to share that sentiment and you should know that we at McGann Facial Design appreciate your time and your trust. A smile is contagious and we love […]

The One Sunscreen Tip You’re Probably Skipping

  Summer = Sun Are You Protecting All of Your Skin?   Ahhhhh! The peak of summertime! Those long summer days mean time outdoors; and as everyone knows, time outdoors means time for sunscreen. But are you forgetting something? Hint: It’s not your back! Many sunscreen users don’t protect their lips. And the forecast isn’t […]

Happy 4th of July!

Celebrating Independence! While 2020 has certainly held challenges, resilience is no doubt a trait of the USA. A Federal holiday since 1941, with the tradition beginning long before, most Americans mark Independence Day with parades and elaborate fireworks displays, picnics, and barbecues. C-19 will dictate some different behaviors, but some things will stay the same. […]

Are Knocked Out Teeth Lost Forever?

Every year, more than 5 million teeth are knocked out in children and adults. Are they lost forever? Traumatic dental injuries most often occur in accidents or sports-related injuries. But with proper emergency action, did you know that a tooth that has been knocked out of its socket can be successfully replanted and last for […]

Root Canal vs. Dental Implant

  If You Had to Choose Right Now… Which Option Would You Choose? And “Neither” is NOT a Choice! So. You have an infected tooth. Your dentist gives you two treatment options: a root canal or a dental implant. Which do you choose? Chances are, you’re not exactly thrilled with either choice. Not sure how […]

TMJ–More Than Just a Pain in Your Jaw

The temporomandibular joint (TMJ) is a small joint located in front of the ear where the skull and lower jaw meet. It permits the lower jaw to move and allows for movement, such as talking, chewing, and yawning. Temporomandibular joint and muscle disorders, are a group of conditions that cause pain and dysfunction in the […]

5 Tips On How To Be A Good Patient

  We All Deserve to Have Good Doctors, but Doctors Deserve to Have Good Patients! Are YOU A Good Patient? Any time we visit a healthcare professional, we are most often concerned about staying healthy or getting better from the condition that plagues us at the time. As part of that process, many of us […]

The Four Most Common Types of Impacted Wisdom Teeth

Did You Know?  All Impacted Wisdom Teeth are Not Created the Same   When a wisdom tooth erupts through the gums and into the open it is known as eruption. However, when a tooth doesn’t fully grow in, it is “impacted” – usually unable to break through the gums because there isn’t enough room. Many people […]