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Have you heard what our patients are saying?

Have you heard what our patients are saying about our office? CLICK HERE TO SEE! Referring your friends and family members is the greatest compliment our office can receive. We truly appreciate it!
Mission Statement The success of our practice depends on anticipating, and exceeding the expectations of patients who demand the highest quality of care. To those patients we pledge: To have the best in oral health care education, equipment, and products. To be courteous, prompt, sincere and honest. To uphold our commitment with passion, integrity and excellence because WE CARE!
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Dr. Jusino received a plaque from the Farmington Area Goodfellows

Dr. Jusino received a wonderful letter and plaque from the Farmington Area Goodfellows.  We wouldn't be able to do it without our amazing patients who bring in non-perishable items throughout the year, and at our office events. This year, our office with the help of other wonderful Farmington area support,  the Goodfellows were able to help almost 500 neighbors in need! We are so happy to help such a wonderful organization that supports our Farmington area families.
Thank you Goodfellows, you truly are GREATfellows!





Introducing Rena (pronounced Renee), the newest member of the All Star Team!

Introducing Rena (pronounced Renee), the newest member of the All Star Team. Rena comes to our team with (26) years of orthodontic assisting. Rena has this to say: “Hi everyone, I’m so excited to become a member of Dr. Jusino’s amazing team. I have met many of you already, and I look forward to introducing myself to all of our orthodontic patients. I am passionate about patient care, and I am so impressed with the fact Dr. Jusino sees every patient at every appointment, and places all orthodontic appliances. In my many years of experience clinically assisting; I have never worked with a team as effective as Dr. Jusino’s. The administrative and clinical staff work together in a manner I have never experienced before, and I absolutely love being here! On a personal note, I a mom to a beautiful daughter who is my world, and together we share a love for music. I love animals, and have two cats, two dogs, and a snake known as “Leon.” I look forward to helping you achieve the smile of your …

LOOK AT THESE AWESOME GOODFELLOWS!

Surprise visit today from these awesome Goodfellows! 
Tony and Buzz presented Dr. Jusino a plaque recognizing his many years of loyalty and commitment to the Goodfellows Organization. 
Truly, Tony and Buzz are not just Goodfellows, they are GREAT fellows

SHOW US SOME LOVE!

SHOW US SOME LOVE 
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Valentine's day is not far away, show some love by leaving us a review on Google and you will be entered to win a  $50.00 Amazon gift card! Think about all the goodies you can buy your loved ones with that! ENDS ON 02/19/18

Year-end meeting!

Friday, December 8, 2017, Dr. Jusino and the All Star Team had their year-end meeting. We are always working on ways to improve the care our orthodontic patients receive!

How often should you brush your teeth during orthodontic treatment?

You are aware that you need to brush your teeth often to keep your mouth healthy, but brushing your teeth with braces can feel like such a chore. Before you think about skipping this task, remember that food stuck between your teeth will become the plaque that eventually causes tooth decay and may cause issues with your gums.  Twice a Day The standard advice that most dentists will give you is to brush your teeth at least twice a day and floss at least once. Remember that the goal is to remove food particles. If you’re going to brush in the morning and before bed, you should make sure to brush after you’ve eaten both meals. Make sure that you’re brushing for a full two minutes – 30 seconds on each quadrant of your mouth. If you are in need of orthodontic floss threaders, Dr. Jusino's office will gladly provide these to you.Call us at (248) 476-3000 or stop by our office Monday-Thursday 8:30 am-5:00 p.m. After Eating After eating, food particles settle around your teeth. When you ha…