Raise Your Glass!
The office of Dr. Isbell would like to invite our patients to join us in celebrating the upcoming marriage of Dr. Ross Isbell and Stephanie Williams.
Happy New Year!
We want to wish everyone a Happy New Year! 2016 was great and 2017 will be even better! Let’s take a look back at some of the good times we had here at Isbell Dental:
Dr. Isbell Presented with the Jack Wilson Award!
Drs. Gordon Isbell, left, and Loren Feldner receive the Jack Wilson Award from the American Dental Political Action Committee May 3 at the Washington Leadership Conference. More images from the event:
“Keep a stiff upper lip” or “get a grip!” That’s often the advice we get—and give—on how to cope with stress. If you take it literally, the result could be grinding your teeth or clenching your jaws. It’s called bruxism, and often it happens as you sleep. Teeth grinding can be caused not just by […]
Presi-dental Health: 4 Strange (But True) Tales
From the ADA site http://mouthhealthy.org Presi-dental Health: 4 Strange (But True) Tales Hail to the Chief—and his teeth! You may remember their smiles and expressions from portraits and photographs, but do you know the stories behind them? Read on for some fascinating facts about our commanders in chief. Photo: Library of Congress George Washington Never […]
Dr. Ross Isbell recently did a Composite Veneer case and this is the before and after shot. This patient won’t have to worry about showing that beautiful smile! If you are hesitant about greeting people with a smile, give us a call (256-547-3589) today and let us help you restore your confidence!
The Promises From ADA Dentists to Their Patients
Dr. Isbell is a 35 year member of ADA. He presently serves as VP of the Alabama Dental Association. He has served nationally as chairman of the Council on Dental Practice for ADA and as co chair of ADA’s ADPAC (American Dental Political Action Committee) in Washington D.C.. The following is information from the ADA’s mouthhealthy.org […]
Time Hop 1 Year Ago!
How Often Should I Floss?
We’ve all done it, because no one wants to tell their dentist how often they ‘really’ floss, right? It’s important to always remember that your dentist is on your team and only wants to be a part of providing you the best oral health possible. So be honest and take their advice! How often should […]
Video from AGD annual meeting in San Francisco June 18-21
Dr. Isbell was awarded the 2015 AGD Distinguished Service Award. It took place in San Francisco from June 18-21. The award recognizes an AGD council, committee or task force member who has exhibited outstanding leadership capabilities and whose contributions have resulted in significant and fundamental advances toward filling the AGD’s overall mission, according to a […]