Sunrise Family Dental Welcomes You
Dr. Susan Wong, DDS and her team work to provide Albany, Oregon and nearby communities with excellent, modern dental care. Ours is a small town practice based on the values of trust and comfort for all of our patients. We treat you and your family the way we want to be treated, from our friendly greeting when you walk in the door, to gentle respectful treatment in the clinic and an eagerness to educate you about your care process.

Our office embraces the technology to provide the best, most comfortable care possible. We see patients of all ages for complete dental health service including;

Preventative Care
Full & Partial Dentures

Teeth Whitening
• Oral Surgery
Digital X-ray
Nitrous Oxide

Call us today to schedule an appointment with Dr. Susan Wong, DDS, 541-928-9990 or email us. Our staff is happy to help you find a time that is convenient for you and answer any questions you may have about our practice or service needed.

10 Ways You Can Wreck your Teeth - Part 1
We all want to have healthy teeth, but many of us may not be aware that we are sabotaging our tooth health with little daily mistakes. Brushing and flossing are good, but read on if you want to learn about the first five ways that you might be wrecking your teeth.

1.  Baby Bottles at Bedtime: Chances are, if you are a mother you have let your baby fall asleep with a bottle in her mouth. But beware! The longer bacteria are allowed to sit still on baby teeth, the more likely tooth decay will start in your little one. So take the bottle away when she is ready to go to sleep.
2.  Chomping on Ice: Before you stick a piece of ice in your mouth, remember that each time you chomp down you risk cracking your teeth and damaging the surrounding gums.
3.  Teeth Grinding: One of the worst things you can do to your teeth is, ironically, out of your control. Teeth grinding happens at night, usually when we are deep in sleep. Wearing a mouth guard every night can help eliminate this problem.
4.  Gummies: Did you ever notice how gummy candy seems to stick to your teeth all day? Eating gummies poses a dual threat: Sugar + Stickiness. So try to stay away from gummies unless you plan to brush your teeth right after eating.
5.  Starchy Snacks: We bet you didn't think that eating potato chips was bad for teeth, but it is. Starchy snacks get caught between teeth and continue doing damage hours after you have eaten the last chip.

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