Dr. Bland wrote down every word that appealed to him in the dictionary. He then went back and read the meanings. He kept remembering the word aurora [aw-rawr-uh] the dawn, a new beginning, to shine, rise of something, and sunrise. Dr. B translated it to a new day.. a new you ... a new smile to shine.
The company logo represents a partial sunrise with streamers of light coming up over Fountain Lake and Albert Lea Lake. In the office, you will notice some of the decor has been dipped in aurora borealis, twinkles of light, and sparkling trinkets.
At what age should I first bring my child to the dentist?
At the age of 3 years old. Early visits help both parents and the children. Your child will begin to feel comfortable in our office at an early age, which can go a long way to reducing fear or stress later on.
The American Dental Association Web site www.ada.org is a great source of dental health information. You'll find clear explanations of many dental procedures, ideas for keeping your teeth/gums healthy, and games for kids!