Donna J Fraser Family Dentistry

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Aggressive brushing can wear down your enamel, which leaves you vulnerable to tooth sensitivity and decay. Instead, brush for two full minutes with #fluoride toothpaste to effectively clean your smile.


Leafy greens are full of #vitamins and minerals that your smile loves! Kale and spinach are great sources of calcium, which helps keep your enamel strong!


Teach your child about good #dental care so that their smile can shine bright! Give them fluoride toothpaste and a fun toothbrush to encourage healthy habits!


Dental bonding can help cover any slight chips, cracks, or gaps in your smile! If you would like to make some subtle adjustments to your smile, consider #dentalbonding!


Wishing you a very happy Mother's Day! #HappyMothersDay


Tooth sensitivity can occur due to gum disease or enamel erosion. Take good care of your smile to avoid #toothsensitivity and keep your smile strong!


Plaque builds up on the surface of teeth throughout the day, and it can harden into tartar if not removed properly. Don't let plaque and tartar harm your healthy #smile, be sure to brush twice per day!


The enamel of your teeth wears away over time, and it cannot be replaced. That is why it is so important to protect the enamel you have by taking good care of your #smile! Brush with #fluoride and avoid acidic foods to protect your smile!


A persistent #toothache may be a sign of a serious oral health issue. If you have shooting pain in one area, you may be experiencing a dental emergency!


Stay away from certain foods to keep your #teeth white! Things like red wine, pasta sauce, berries, balsamic vinegar, and soda can all cause your teeth to become discolored. Brush often and rinse your mouth after consuming dark liquids!


Even on Spring Break, you need to maintain a healthy #smile! Brush twice daily to keep your smile healthy and fresh!


#Cavities occur due to severe dental decay or poor oral hygiene. Protect your smile from cavities by brushing and flossing daily, eating a well-balanced #diet, and drinking plenty of #water. Take care of your #smile to keep it beautiful and healthy!


Root canal therapy is a routine procedure meant to protect your smile. About 15 million #rootcanals are performed every year in the US! If you require root canal therapy, have no fear! You’re taking the steps to ensure that you have a #healthy and beautiful #smile for many years to come.


Challenge yourself to #flossing every night this week! Many people skip flossing because it takes too much time or effort. This is leaving your smile at risk for dental decay. Use this week's challenge to improve your dental #health habits.


You are what you eat, but so are your teeth! Give your smile the foods it loves! #Fruits and #vegetables will keep your #smile white and bright, so be sure to maintain a healthy #diet.


April is Oral Cancer Awareness Month, so take this time to evaluate your health risk. On average, about 51,000 people in the United States are diagnosed with oral cancer every year. Learn more about what you can do to protect your healthy smile:


Happy Easter! Enjoy sugary treats and gifts from the Easter Bunny, but don't forget to take care of your smile. Be sure to brush and floss to remove any sticky, chewy treats from your teeth. Hop to it, brush your teeth! #HappyEaster!


Eating a well-balanced diet can do wonders for your teeth & gums! Simple #diet choices can help clean your teeth and strengthen them against dental decay. Check out these #foods that are good for your smile: 04/08/2020

Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)

Your #health and safety is our top concern. Our team is doing everything we can to stay safe during this time and we encourage you to do the same. Learn more about our area by staying up-to-date with the CDC’s website: Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) is a virus (more specifically, a coronavirus) identified as the cause of an outbreak of respiratory illness first detected in Wuhan, China.


Dry mouth is a frequent symptom of the common cold, and it can seriously damage your teeth and gums. Protect your #smile by drinking plenty of fluids, especially if you’re sick. Not only will this help protect your smile, but it will aid in healing your body as well.


When in doubt, throw it out! If you are sick or if you have just gotten over a #cold, it is so important to change your toothbrush. Protect your #smile and your body by switching out your toothbrush every 3 months!


Not all sparkling water is created equally, so be careful which brand you choose! Sparkling #water does not contain fluoride like tap water, so you may be missing out on some extra protection! While sparkling water is still great, plain water is always the best option for your #smile! 03/30/2020


We are doing our part to keep you and your family safe during this time. Nothing is more important to us than your #health, which is why we are going above and beyond when it comes to office cleanliness and disease prevention. Stay informed by regularly checking out the World Health Organization's website: Promote health. Save lives. Serve the vulnerable.


Chewing on ice can seriously damage your tooth’s #enamel! Hard items and even nail biting can crack and chip your teeth, which can be very expensive to fix! Protect your #teeth by avoiding hard substances like ice. Don’t gamble with your #dental health, don’t chew on ice cubes!


If you suffer from tooth loss, you may be able to benefit from restorative dentistry! Dental implants are by far the best way to repair your smile. These implants offer you a totally stable and durable restorative option that looks just like your natural smile. Ask our team if you could benefit from #dentalimplants!


Get a fresh #smile for Spring! Teeth whitening can help you get a smile you love! Next time you’re looking for an update to your smile, consider professional teeth whitening!


Happy Spring! Take this opportunity to spring clean your smile! Help your #smile stay fresh and clean this spring by brushing twice per day with fluoride toothpaste and don’t forget to floss daily!


Cold and flu season comes with it’s own #dentalhealth challenges such as dry mouth, bacteria, and sugary cold medicines. Throw your #toothbrush away if you’ve been sick, and drink plenty of water to stay hydrated. When it comes to cough drops, always go for the sugar-free!


Happy St. Patrick’s Day to all of our patients! Don’t push your luck with your dental health, schedule your next dental cleaning! Getting dental cleanings and exams every six months can help your smile shine bright! Call today to book your next appointment! Happy #StPatricksDay!


Gingivitis is a common oral health issue for many adults. While most cases are mild, some instances of gingivitis can lead to major dental decay and even tooth loss. If left untreated, gingivitis can lead to advanced periodontitis which may cause infection. Prevent serious gum disease by taking excellent care of your #smile! Learn more about the risks of gum disease here:


Your #nutrition has a huge impact on your dental health, so it’s important that you are providing your body with the #vitamins and minerals that it needs! Things like fruits and vegetables, whole grains, dairy, and lean proteins help to keep your body and smile healthy. Limit sugar and acidic substances to help protect your teeth from damage.


Teeth need extra care to stay strong and #healthy. Protect your enamel by brushing twice a day, flossing daily, using fluoride toothpaste and visiting your dentist twice per year! Teeth can’t heal themselves, so be sure to protect them from harm and decay!


Happy National Dentist Day! We love helping our patients have the healthy and beautiful smiles of their dreams! Celebrate #NationalDentistDay by taking excellent care of your smile!


It’s Dental Assistants Recognition Week! We love our #dentalassistants! Our team is proud to serve our community by helping our patients have healthy and bright smiles! Happy #DentalAssistantsRecognitionWeek!


Don’t be a gummy bear, take good care of your teeth! Call our office today to schedule your next #dentalcleaning!




2829 Wehrle Dr, Ste 14
Williamsville, NY

Opening Hours

Monday 8:30am - 7pm
Tuesday 7:30am - 4pm
Wednesday 9am - 7pm
Friday 7:30am - 2pm
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