What Are Your New Years’ Resolutions as We Head Into a Sparkling New Year?

New Year's Eve is fast approaching and for many people, it can't come fast enough! 2020 has been a challenging year for most of us as we adapt to a new normal during a global pandemic. Historically, New Year's resolutions began during the time of the ancient Babylonians, around 4,000 years ago where they held the first recorded celebrations honoring... read more »

Happy National Senior Citizen’s Day!

Today is the day we celebrate those friends and family members who are wise, beloved and over 65. That’s right, it’s National Senior Citizens’ Day and maybe you’re wondering how you should celebrate? Of course, reaching out to those important people in your life is a great way to celebrate this holiday, maybe you could go out of your way... read more »

Happy Parents’ Day!

Happy Parents’ Day! The 4th Sunday in July is National Parents’ Day, established in 1994 under President Bill Clinton, this day is meant to celebrate the role of the parent in child-rearing. Though these days parents deserve a lot more than a day because they are expected to do a lot more than just parenting! Home-working, home-schooling and even home-summer-camping... read more »

April 1st – April Fool’s Day

Don’t be a fool! Is your oral healthcare provider incorporating your expectations and opinion into your level of care? Historically, health care providers have made diagnoses and designated a form of treatment with little to no explanation of comprehensive details and treatment options. At Sierra Oaks Dental, we pride ourselves in having the patient participate in the diagnosis and treatment... read more »

Conserve the Planet While Caring for Your Oral Health!

International Earth Day is celebrated around the world to make global citizens aware of our responsibility to care for the planet. Protecting our environment and natural resources is easy when we practice sustainability through at-home care: Conservation -Water: Don't let the water run while you're brushing your teeth! Turn the water on and off only to rinse. -Toothpaste: Roll your... read more »