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Dental Health | Kenneth Barney, DDS | Hedgesville, WV

We hope you haven’t heard this news about dental health

Dental health professionals, including the American Dental Association (ADA) are pretty much in solidarity when it comes to these four rules for maintaining good oral health: 1.Brush your teeth twice a day for two minutes 2.Use fluoride toothpaste 3.Clean between teeth once a day with an interdental cleaner 4.Regular dental visits for professional cleanings and […]

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pediatric dentistry

Seven tips for back-to-school dental health

The beginning of another new school year is already here for some, and almost here for most, and it can represent a huge change in most family’s daily routines. More leisurely weekday mornings will be replaced with days packed full, from the moment your kids open their eyes in the morning until they close them […]

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Why Choose Dr. Kenneth Barney

Dr. Kenneth Barney is a renowned family dentist. He has gained a strong reputation for being a quality dentist in the Hedgesville and Martinsburg WV area. Patients from all around travel to Dr. Barney’s office to take care of their dental needs. At our office, we offer friendly and personalized service. We treat each patient […]

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What Makes Us Unique?

At Dr. Kenneth Barney’s office, we understand how important it is to choose the right dental office. That is why we provide a friendly and safe environment for our patients. Our goal is to give our patients premium dental services. We stay current with the latest technology and have the experience and knowledge to treat […]

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Finding a Dentist in Martinsburg & Hedgesville WV

Dr. Kenneth C. Barney is an experienced dentist in Martinsburg and Hedgesville, WV. At his clinic, we work to deliver quality and friendly care to our patients. His commitment to keeping up with new dental techniques and technology makes him one of the best dentists in the area. Dental Health Visiting the dentist regularly is […]

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If I Could Only Have My Two Front Teeth…

If I Could Only Have My Two Front Teeth… Around the age of six, a child’s baby teeth begin to fall out to make room for primary teeth. The last of their baby teeth typically fall out by the age of 13. Teeth fall out in the same order they erupted. So, most children lose […]

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