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Because nobody likes a shot

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That’s why, everyday, we reach for our computerized anesthetic to keep our patients comfortable. With delicate sensors and real-time feedback computerized anesthetic provides optimum comfort. And a very different experience than the traditional syringe. Innovative technologies such as digital x-rays, laser diagnostics and computerized anesthetic enhance our treatments and insure you’re receiving the leading edge care you’ve come to expect. Whether family dentistry, cosmetic solutions or more advanced treatments  innovative care makes it easy to keep you smiling.

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History: In 1844 the thumb driven syringe was hailed as a break through technology. Irish physician Francis Rynd invented the hollow needle and used it to make the first recorded subcutaneous injections. In1853 Charles Pravaz and Alexander Wood developed a medical hypodermic syringe with a needle fine enough to pierce the skin. In 1946 Chance Brothers in Smethwick, Birmingham, England produce the first all-glass syringe with interchangeable barrel and plunger, thereby allowing mass-sterilization of components without the need for matching them. In 1956 New Zealand pharmacist and inventor Colin Murdoch was granted New Zealand and Australian patents for a disposable plastic syringe.



We're in the Newspaper!

On December 6, 2013 the Milford Times wrote ( Hometown newspaper):

International students learn at Huszti Dental


(From left) Dr. Ron Paler, Dr. Anna Chong-Huszti, dental students Gabriella Moura Chicrala and Alexander Maude Batitucci Ambrosia, and Dr. William Huszti at Huszti Dental Care in Milford. The students were visiting to learn more about American dental practices.

Brazilian dental students Alexander Maude Batitucci Ambrosia and Gabriella Moura Chicrala got a glimpse of dentistry in America, thanks to Dr. William and Dr. Anna Chong-Huszti of Huszti Dental Care in Milford.

The day’s activities included a thorough tour of the practice followed by a presentation about comfort technologies and techniques. The students received a hands-on demonstration of the various technologies within the office.

“I cannot believe something like Intraoral cameras even exist,” said Gabriella, “It’s incredible that patients can see what we see inside their mouths.”

Intraoral cameras are an important tool for diagnosing and communicating to patients, said William Huszti. The tool is a tiny video camera that allows dentists to zoom in on one tooth, and the image is displayed on a computer monitor.

“I never thought I would see an iPad in a dental office,” said Alexander, “What a great idea to provide patients with some enjoyment while in the chair.”

The 21-year-old students are both on the verge of graduation from the University of Sao Paulo.

“The entire teams at Huszti Dental Care feels very strongly about taking an active role in shaping the future of the dental profession, which starts with the students,” said Huszti.

The dentists were selected by the International College of Dentists (ICD) to represent an American model of dental care delivery. The exchange program, coordinated through the University of Michigan school of Dentistry, is a signature program at ICD and is a once in a lifetime opportunity for the students. The visit took place Nov. 20.

“It is an honor to be selected by the International College of Dental Students as a representative of dental care in America,” said Anna Chong-Huszti, “We enjoyed hosting the students very much and hope to welcome others in the future.

Oral health is a worldwide burden, 60-90 percent of school children and nearly 100 percent of adults have dental cavities, according to the World Health Organization.



Warmest Wishes of the Season from our Family to Yours

We would like to extend our best wishes to you & your family during this holiday season.

This picture was taken December 5, 2013 as Dr. Huszti and Dr. Chong attended a meeting of the Detroit Dental Clinic Club.

“The Natural Implant” A clinical review of auto-transplantation and up righting of teeth. A 25+ year review of cases, techniques and outcomes for success.

Speaker: Ronald P Morris, DDS, MS

Time:  Dinner 7:00  Program 8:00

Place: Detroit Athletic Club

241 Madison, Detroit MI  (


Speaker’s Curriculum Vitae: Ronald P Morris, DDS, MS Dr. Morris did his undergraduate work at Wayne State University, Detroit, Michigan and a graduate of the University of Detroit Dental School. He is an OKU honoree. He did his post graduate work at the Truman Medical Center in Kansas City, Missouri  and at the Henry Ford Hospital department of Oral & Maxillofacial Surgical Residency in Detroit. He is currently in the private practice of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery . He is a Diplomat of the American Board of Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery Dr Morris has been teaching human anatomy for 33 years, beginning his second year in dental school till present day.  He has presented lectures on anatomy, local anesthesia techniques, and oral & maxillofacial procedures for many years to both doctors and hygienists.




Cavities: Checkmate! Prevention plans lead to great check ups.


You can help prevent tooth decay by following these tips:

  • Brush twice a day with a fluoride toothpaste.
  • Clean between your teeth daily with floss or interdental cleaner.
  • Eat nutritious and balanced meals and limit snacking.
  • Check with us about the use of supplemental fluoride, which strengthens your teeth, and about use of dental sealants (a plastic protective coating) applied to the chewing surfaces of the back teeth (where decay often starts) to protect them from decay.
  • Regular visit’s for professional cleanings and oral examinations. 



Hosting International Students


We enjoyed hosting Brazilian dental students Alexander & Gabriella. An entire morning was set aside including a thorough tour of our clinic followed by a presentation entitled “Comfort technologies & techniques”. Hands on demonstrations with our technology was met with a lot of excitement. Alexander was particularly drawn to our computerized anesthetic and will be introducing this concept to our colleagues on his return to the University of Sao Paulo.

We were pleased to have been selected by the International College of Dentists to represent an American model of dental care delivery.  The International Student Exchange program is the signature program for the ICD and coordinated through the University of Michigan’s dental school. 
Huszti Dental Care feels strongly about taking an active role in shaping the future of our profession. 




High Technology: Ecotips

Sometimes small things can make a big difference. Introducing our new ECOtip high volume evacuator tips. Made from renewable, sustainable paper. It’s engineered to provide outstanding function and helps reduce landfill. An estimated 100 million plastic suction tips are used by dental offices each year. 

Our Eco-friendly standards:
• meet the highest infection control and sterilization standards.
• Eliminate the use of chemicals.
• Reduce landfill waste and air and water pollution

Our comittment to high technology treatment often times has added benefits for the environment. One of the many ways we’re helping to make a difference involves our family of digital products. For instance our high performance Digital x-rays are environmentally friendly requiring neither film or chemicals. We’re proud to provide you with the best solutions for your oral heath.



A little Nano goes a long way

Your comfort & health are our top priorities. That’s why we stay abreast of the latest technology that may benefit you. Introducing the latest addition to our comfort technologies.

About the size of a credit card — and just 5.4 mm thin — the new iPod nano is the thinnest iPod ever made. The 2.5-inch Multi-Touch display is nearly twice as big as the display on the previous iPod nano, so you can see more of the music, photos, and videos you love. Buttons let you quickly play, pause, change songs, or adjust the volume. The smooth new anodized aluminum design makes iPod nano feel as good as it sounds. And iPod nano wouldn’t be iPod nano without gorgeous, hard-to-choose-from colors.

How to get your groove on during dental treatment.

Tap to play your favorite songs. Or entire albums.
Or everything by one artist. You can even browse by genres or composers. Flip through your music: Album art looks great on the bigger screen. Or to keep things fresh, give iPod nano a shake and it shuffles to a different song in your music library.

Genius. Your own personal DJ.

Say you’re listening to a song you love and you want to stay in the mood. Just tap Genius. It finds other songs on iPod nano that go great together and makes a Genius playlist for you. For more song combinations you wouldn’t have thought of yourself, create Genius Mixes in iTunes and sync the ones you like to iPod nano. Then tap Genius Mixes and rediscover songs you haven’t heard in a while — or find music you forgot you even had.

Now you can watch episodes of your favorite TV shows, Hollywood blockbusters, free video podcasts, and home videos on your iPod nano. View them on the widescreen 2.5-inch Multi-Touch display. Tap to play, fast-forward, rewind, and pause. With iPod nano, you can have a little entertainment whenever — and wherever — you want.

FM radio keeps you up on what’s going on out there — the game, the top news stories, your favorite talk shows — or whatever you love listening to. Just plug in your headphones and tap to see the controls. Flick the radio dial to change stations. Tap to set your favorites. Need to take a break? With Live Pause, you won’t miss a minute. Just tap to pause the song or show, then tap again to continue. You can even rewind as far back as 15 minutes, so you can be sure of the lyrics you’re belting out. Or fast-forward to catch up to a live broadcast.

Music is a pleasant distraction from the sounds made during dental treatment. Along with your favorite tunes and our noise reduction headsets you can count on a more comfortable dental experience.  

We are committed to providing you and your family with the most rewarding dental care experience each and every time you walk through our doors. We wouldn’t have it any other way!



Cavities don't stand a chance!

Kim & Sue do it all. With over 30 years of combined service to Huszti Dental Care they are an important part of the Team that keeps our patients smiling. When they’re not busy with patient care they like to do a little modeling. Case in point: our new marketing piece “cavities don’t stand a chance” features our two favorite dental assistants.

With all that Kim and Sue do at our practice it got us thinking. If we had to detail their job description what would it look like?

Superstar Dental Assistant’s

Must be a great communicator with supreme customer service skills. A dedicated team player with an exceptional work ethic. Must “make our patients day”, bring a positive attitude & a love of chocolate.

* Experienced in assisting on cosmetic cases (veneers, full mouth makeovers) , implant placement, oral surgery, and all other facets of general dentistry. Must be able to pour models, take impressions, make temps, and stay two steps ahead of the doctor.
* Must be well spoken, professional, presentable and customer service must be a priority. Attentive to our patients needs
* Computer proficiency
* Must be able to take digital x-rays.

Responsibilities include:

  •  Assisting doctor and hygienist
  • Inventory and ordering of supplies
  • Lab tracking and lab communication
  • Assisting office manager with administrative duties
  • Optimizing patient flow

Must be eager to work and allow the doctor to focus on his dentistry and deliver phenomenal customer service to our patients.

…photoshoots & modeling experience a plus!

Many thanks to graphic artist Peter Moreau for his wit & creativity -



Dental Implants

Dental implants are frequently the best treatment option for replacing missing teeth. Rather than resting on the gum line like removable dentures, or using adjacent teeth as anchors like fixed bridges, dental implants are long-term replacements surgically placed in the jawbone.

A Solution of Choice for Replacing Missing Teeth

Statistics show that 69% of adults ages 35 to 44 have lost at least one permanent tooth to an accident, gum disease, a failed root canal or tooth decay. Furthermore, by age 74, 26% of adults have lost all of their permanent teeth.

Twenty years ago, these patients would have had no alternative but to employ a fixed bridge or removable denture to restore their ability to eat, speak clearly and smile. Fixed bridges and removable dentures, however, are not the perfect solution and often bring with them a number of other problems. Removable dentures may slip or cause embarrassing clicking sounds while eating or speaking. Of even greater concern, fixed bridges often affect adjacent healthy teeth, and removable dentures may lead to bone loss in the area where the tooth or teeth are missing. Recurrent decay, periodontal (gum) disease and other factors have a negative impact on fixed bridgework. For these reasons, fixed bridges and removable dentures usually need attention and may need to be replaced every seven to 15 years.


Today there is another option for patients who are missing permanent teeth. Rather than resting on the gum line like removable dentures, or using adjacent teeth as anchors like fixed bridges, dental implants are long-term replacements that a surgeon surgically places in the jawbone. Composed of titanium metal that "fuses" with the jawbone through a process called "osseointegration," dental implants never slip or make embarrassing noises that advertise the fact that you have "false teeth," and never decay like teeth anchoring fixed bridges.

We’re pleased to offer patients from Milford, Highland, Commerce, White Lake, Hartland, Holly and all surrounding Michigan areas the latest dental implant treatments.



Join us on Facebook

In 2009 Huszti Dental care joined FaceBook and the rest is history! It’s been a lot of fun sharing and keeping in touch with you. If you haven’t “liked” us yet what are you waiting for? Welcome to Huszti Dental Care.


Facebook announced in a press conference recently that it has "drastically" revamped their news feed, turning it into a "personalized newspaper" that emphasizes what friends are talking about and word is the social giant will show off a redesigned mobile version.

News Feed hasn’t seen a major redesign in ages and definitely needs one. CEO and founder Mark Zuckerberg has called News Feed one of Facebook’s three main pillars, along with Timeline and Graph Search. Graph Search is only a couple months old — many users still don’t have it — and Facebook introduced Timeline in 2011, rolling it out to all profiles in 2012. With those two humming along, it’s time for News Feed to get a complete facelift.

The revamped service will streamline your feeds across both the Web and mobile devices, bringing with it larger pictures, more organized sharing and a new method to navigate the service.

If you're the kind who likes to use new features early, you can sign up to be part of the beta. Head over to and scroll to the bottom of the page. There you'll find abutton to "Join Waiting List." Click on it.You won't see the update rolled out to you immediately after joining but, according to Facebook, this is the fastest way to go about getting the new News Feed on your account.




Earth day every day: digital x-rays

Our high performance digital x-rays are environmentally friendly requiring neither film or chemicals. One of the many ways we’re helping to make a difference.


Why Digital?
• Enhances your prevention plan
• Reduced exposure to radiation
• Green friendly ( no film or developing chemicals)
• Your time is important - Faster, easier procedure
• High performance CMOS technology
• High quality images 

We’re proud to provide you with the best solutions for your oral heath .