Snaggletooth Winter Wonderland

WOW.  It is 42 degrees.  In January.  In Minnesota.  If warm sunny Fridays in the Bold North mess with your mind, seek solace in the best dental newsletter ever–Snaggletooth!  This edition features sassy questions from patients and bad news from the dentist.  What else is new???  Enjoy this beautiful spring day, my friends (but still, try to reduce your carbon … Read More

From Our Instagram…

The Tooth is back! And there are so many goodies inside, like how probiotics can help you, how Botox can fix a gummy smile, overtreatment at the dental office, how to relax at the dental office, and the new Zeis Dental Book Club selection! How can one say no? Click here to download your copy:  Snaggletooth Spring 2018

Snaggletooth – Early Spring Edition

A couple weeks ago, Zeis Dental patients received an early spring surprise in their mailboxes:  the Snaggletooth patient newsletter!!! Juicy office news and informative insights into dentistry with amateur design (hey, dentists are good with teeth, not fonts and layouts).  Download your copy here. 

Snaggletooth – The Winter Edition

The most awesome dental newsletter dropped in the mail a couple weeks ago for our patients.  If you didn’t get yours, you need to become a patient!  Or just download it here.  

Snaggletooth Returns for Fall

The fall edition of Snaggletooth is out! More snaggly fun from our office and important dental news, too. Download a copy today.  Some patients have asked if this is professionally made for us. Heck NO!  This is an amateur (albeit enthusiastic) effort by your dentist. OK, so *maybe* my experience as a co-editor of my high school newspaper has something … Read More

We Have A Newsletter Named Snaggletooth!

SnaggleSummer 2016 Hot off the presses! It’s the first edition of our patient newsletter, SNAGGLETOOTH! Look for it in the office and in your mailbox. Zero coverage of the presidential elections and 100% snaggly fun. If you didn’t get one in your mailbox, download a copy here and make yourself one of our patients for future newsletters.