You’re ready to look for a new job. How exciting! This is the time to polish your resume and get ready to put your best foot forward. But before you send out your first cover letter, you’ll want to polish your teeth and put your best smile forward. It pays to have a good smile when you’re job hunting, literally. Job hunting success and dental health have a surprising connection.… Read the rest
Creating Smiles Dental, serving in the community
Our team was represented again at the annual Back To School Care Fair put on by the Junior League of St. Petersburg at the Enoch Davis Center.… Read the rest
Social media has exploded on the scene, with pictures of selfies and outings with friends being blasted on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and Snapchat, and there seems to be little chance to escape the public eye. This can be very disheartening to those who have a negative self-image. For many, the relentless pursuit for self-improvement is a daily struggle. 33% of patients polled in 2013 by the American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery decided that change meant plastic surgery. However, it turns out that they may have been addressing the wrong problem. That same year, USA Today found that 58% of men and 71% of women said … Read the rest
Volunteering with GCDO
Dr. Brayer and her staff are committed to their community and volunteering with GCDO, or Gulf Coast Dental Outreach.
This program is such a good service to Pinellas County. A pool of volunteer dentists and paid and volunteer support staff members see patients on most Fridays. It is a normal practice Monday-Thursday then they put up their sign on the door to see grateful patients.
Patients are accepted primarily by referral and have a chance to be accepted into the program if they financially qualify – Gulf Coast Dental Outreach is not a walk-in clinic. Patients pay just $25 for most procedures. Patient care emphasizes … Read the rest
Our Dental Volunteer Day in St. Petersburg
Our dental hygienist, Tiffany Feger, RDH, BASDH, volunteered again by doing free dental screenings and free fluoride treatments at The Junior League’s annual Back To School Care Fair last Saturday. This year it was at a new location so instead of having dental chairs, the dental hygienists had to use camping headlights!
The Junior League of St. Petersburg is always giving back to the city. Every year it puts on a Care Fair where underprivileged children come to receive free medical exams, free immunizations, free vision screenings, free diabetes screenings, free bike helmets, help with school registration and other community agencies and … Read the rest
Dr. Cindy Brayer signed herself, her family, and her staff up for the downtown St. Pete 5K race
February was National Children’s Dental Health Month. We did some things in our office, but we also signed up for a local downtown St. Petersburg race!
Pediatric Services of Florida’s 10K/5K Suncoast Classic Run for Kids is an event to promote efforts that improve the health and well-being of children and raises money to support the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Tampa Bay. The event commences with a wheelchair race followed by the 10K race, the 5K race, Pelican Mile, Kids Fun Run and ends with an awards celebration filled with music, … Read the rest