• Happy Social Media Day, from Eichel Orthodontics!

    June 30th, 2011

    It seems like in today’s world, every day feels like social media day. However, June 30th is officially Social Media Day, “a day to celebrate the revolution of media becoming social.” Much like the use of cell phones, checking and updating social media has become a daily routine for many people. We here at Eichel Orthodontics are particularly grateful for social media because we are able to interact with patients like you.

    Recently we found a very interesting study about social media that was presented on May 25, 2011 by Edison Research and Arbitron that presents some very interesting statistics about social media use in America today. One fascinating highlight is that approximately 46 million Americans who are the age of 12 or older check their social media sites and services several times a day. Check out the full study for more interesting information about social media and social networking.

    As you might have noticed, we love engaging in conversation with our patients online. It’s a great way to connect with our patients. It also helps us share news, photos, ideas, and upcoming events at the office. We have found that our Facebook fan page and blog are great tools for making this connection.

    Dr. David Eichel and our team want to continue to improve our social networking presence. Let us know how you would like us to be using are social media or what you would like to see posted on the blog.

    Happy Social Media Day!

    -Dr. Eichel and team

  • Regular checkups are essential in maintaining good oral health

    January 13th, 2011

    Are you brushing and flossing daily properly during your orthodontic treatment? If yes, that’s great! But, don’t forget that it’s also important for you to visit your general dentist every 3-to-6 months in addition to brushing your teeth, flossing and visiting Eichel Orthodontics, of course. Regular dental checkups are important for maintaining good oral health, especially during orthodontic treatment.

    Your general dentist can check for problems that might not be seen or felt, detect cavities and early signs of decay, treat oral health problems early and show you how to properly brush and floss your teeth.

    During an oral exam your dentist can check the health of your mouth, teeth, gums, cheeks and tongue. Checkups will also include a thorough teeth cleaning and polishing. If you have not been to the dentist in the last six months, let us know during your next visit and we will provide a few great references in the greater Cincinnati area!

  • Welcome to Our Blog!

    September 08th, 2010

    Thank you for taking the time to visit the blog of Dr. David Eichel. Please check back often for weekly updates on fun and exciting events happening at our office, important and interesting information about orthodontics and the dental industry, and the latest news about our practice.

    Feel free to leave a comment or question for our doctors and staff – we hope this will be a valuable resource for our patients, their families, and friends!