|By PR Newswire||
|August 5, 2014 03:13 PM EDT||
ANN ARBOR, Mich., Aug. 5, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Blogging has been around for many decades, but it really began to become popular with the growth of social media sites like Facebook and Twitter. Today businesses like Dr. Craig Blogin, DDS and his Ann Arbor dental office use blogging to educate people about dental health and attract new patients to their popular practice.
According to eMarketer research, approximately 53 percent of Internet users read blogs on a regular basis. It's a popular form of information gathering. Ann Arbor, MI dentist Dr. Blogin truly lives up to his name when it comes to "bloggin" about dental education. His blog is located at http://www.craigblogindds.com/blog.html and growing by the day.
As a sedation dentist, one of the topics that Dr. Blogin addresses on his blog is dental anxiety. This is an actual condition that many Americans suffer from and that prevents them from seeking the dental help they sorely need. Dr. Blogin offers nitrous oxide and oral sedation to patients so that they don't have to worry about discomfort while being serviced at his Ann Arbor office.
Another topic of interest is dental veneers and implants, which both play a role in getting patients the "Hollywood Smile" they have always wanted. On his blog, Ann Arbor dentist Dr. Blogin offers tips, advice and details about what is involved with each procedure.
Finally, the dentist offers oral health tips to patients for how they can maintain a healthy and beautiful smile between appointments. Patients are encouraged to come to the dentist at least twice per year for regular cleanings and checkups.
When patients know what to expect when they come to the dentist in advance, it makes them less hesitant and anxious about scheduling an appointment. Dr. Blogin wants to ensure that each person feels relaxed and confident when they come into his office.
"I know how scary it can be to visit the dentist—especially after a long time. Visiting my blog and browsing the dental education resources on my website can help to eliminate those reservations," he explains.
For a helpful dentist Ann Arbor residents can visit Dr. Blogin's website at http://www.craigblogindds.com or call (734) 975-6700 for an initial appointment.
About Craig L Blogin, DDS, PLC
Craig L Blogin, DDS, PLC is a modern dental office offering patients a wide range of services, including dental cleanings, veneers, implants, crowns and professional tooth whitening. He also offers solutions for saving teeth, like root canal therapy, cosmetic fillings and pain management. Craig L. Blogin is a graduate of the dental school at Northwestern University in Chicago.
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Craig L Blogin, DDS, PLC
Media Contact: Dr. Craig Blogin, Craig L. Blogin, DDS, PLC, 734-975-6700, [email protected]
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