Join the team here at Just Smile Family Dentistry in our clean, state-of-the-art environment as we tend to all of your dental needs! Meet our members.
Dr. Jagoda Samulak
For over 20-years tenure at our office, I’ve always followed the simple but powerful rule of making our patients fully satisfied.
Magda joined our practice as a dedicated dental hygienist just after Dorothy. She studied nutrition as a way to increase the quality of life. She is a nature lover, and enjoys organic gardening.
Dorothy has been with Dr. Samulak for over 10 years. She is a proud dental hygienist. Dorothy has 4 children, but still finds enough time to support her love for travel. Her latest trips included Iceland, Vietnam, and China.
Ewa keeps a front desk position from September 2015. She is responsible for daily schedules and contacts with the patients. She has shown to be organized and creative.
Ewa lives with her husband Alfonso, and they enjoy their two dogs. Her favorite activities include biking and running.
It recommended that everyone schedule a regular dental visit approximately every six months. Routine dental visits will involve two parts: a check up and a dental cleaning. These visits will help to ensure that if there are any concerns, that they are caught early!
Brush and floss your teeth twice per day! Use a brush with soft to medium bristles. Dentists also recommend replacing your toothbrush every two months and cleaning using a slightly firm pressure, but not firm enough to irritate your gums.
Consume fresh fruits and vegetables multiple times each day - emphasize those rich in calcium! Adequate levels of calcium, as well as vitamin D, are shown to decrease the risk of losing teeth. Supplementation may be necessary if levels are too low.
Brush your tongue daily. The tongue is a powerful home for bacteria, and it is important to clean your tongue along with your teeth. The best way to clean your tongue is to brush gently back and forth, side to side, and then rinse with water.
Stay properly hydrated by drinking plenty of water and minimizing sugary beverages. Dentists suggest a minimum of eight glasses of water each day. Starting your day with two glasses of water is a great way to begin!