General Dentists

Dr. Lady-Jean Ramsey DMD, FAGD
Dr. Brian V Gilmore DDS
Dr. Michael DuVall DDS
Office (503) 393-6286
ramseydentalgroup@gmail.com
  • A Welcoming Environment

    A Welcoming Environment

    Welcome
  • Our Dedicated Team

    Our Dedicated Team

    Our Team 9.21.15
  • Convenient Keizer Location

    Convenient Location in Keizer, OR, and a short drive from Salem OR

    Office Exttextsm 9.21.15
  • Friendly Operatories

    Operatoriestextsm
  • Schedule Your Visit

    Schedule Your Visit

    RDG contact us 9.21.15

We want to build a partnership with you

It’s common phrase in medicine to “trust the expert.” But the danger of that mindset is, it overlooks genuinely listening to you and learning about your needs.

At Ramsey Dental Group, we believe that success comes by treating you as a partner. We design our visits so that you receive, not just a tooth repair or 6-month cleaning, but also, a deep understanding of the “why” behind procedures. We’ll walk you through each step so that you can make an informed decision. And we’ll help you engineer an easy “habits toolkit” that puts you in control of your dental health.

We realize that we may not be the right fit for everyone.
However, if you want to:

improve dental health 
Then, give Angie or Taryn a call. You can also schedule an appointment here on our website. We are happy to help you!

Services Provided

  • Composite Fillings
  • Amalgam Fillings
  • Crowns
  • Dental Implants
  • Dentures and Partial Dentures
  • Root Canals
  • Teeth Whitening
  • Veneers
  • Bridges
  • Extractions
  • Cleanings
  • Periodontal Evaluation and Treatments
  • Invisalign Braces
  • Nightguards and Snore guard appliances

Is fluoride safe?

Read more

Our team members at Ramsey Dental Group are healthcare providers, but first and foremost, most of us are parents.

Like you, we want to ensure our children are as healthy and happy as possible. That’s why we take the time to answer your questions and address any concerns you may have about your child’s dental care.

Over the years, we have heard many questions about fluoride and its benefits for kids. For decades, fluoridated water has been linked with cavity reduction – sometimes as much as 40 percent – and healthy teeth for people of all ages. In fact, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recognizes community water fluoridation (as we have within the city limits of Keizer and Salem) as one of the ten greatest public health achievements of the 20th century. Community water fluoridation has greatly helped children, the elderly, and those without access to healthcare. Recently, however, you may have heard reports linking excessive consumption of fluoride with some health concerns.

So, what’s the final word on fluoride?
Fluoride is safe and effective, and we know it plays a key role in establishing and maintaining the dental health of our families and yours.  It is true that extreme levels of fluoride consumption cause fluorosis – white or brown spots – on your teeth. But simple daily multi-vitamins, too, are toxic in excess. This is why we recommend fluoride toothpaste for children after they can expectorate (spit) on their own and not swallow. Not to worry, even if toothpaste is swallowed, the amount ingested from using a ‘pea’ sized amount would be the same as drinking a glass of city tap water. Fluoride is extremely safe at the levels we suggest patients to use it.

What’s more, fluoride is naturally occurring. It is even found in low amounts in some fruits and vegetables. However, what we get from those sources is not sufficient to have an effect on our teeth. It’s important to have systemic fluoride (fluoride that is swallowed) in adequate amounts as children grow up to ensure that it is incorporated into their teeth from the inside as they are developing. Primary and permanent teeth develop between the ages of 6 months and 16 years, and fluoride consumption during this time helps ensure these teeth grow in as strong and healthy as possible.

It goes without saying that fluoride is a great ally in cavity reduction and for overall dental health. Especially for children, fluoride can make teeth more resistant to decay and acid erosion, which can help ensure good dental health for years to come. Fluoride isn’t the only tool that we have to help you fight dental decay and acid erosion, but it is time tested, safe, and effective.

Next Steps
If you have questions about fluoride and your child’s dental health, talk to us! We can help you understand why fluoride is important and how the mineral helps keep your son or daughter healthy.


... They [Ramsey Dental Group] are thorough in their examinations and take great care to assure you and make you feel comfortable. They even make you laugh! Great people, terrific smiles... Who could ask for anything more when going to the dentist?
- Holly
I've been a patient at Dr. Ramsey's office for several years. I keep coming back because the staff are always so friendly and helpful. Dr. Ramsey's professionalism and attention to detail when it comes to my smile gives me total confidence. The hygienists are wonderful too! I always tell my friends who need a dentist to go see Dr. Ramsey.
- Cori
Request an appointment

Sign up for our newsletter

Web Form Generator

Request an appointment

We are glad that you would like to come in for a visit! Please use the form below to let us know when would be a good time to schedule your next appointment. We will contact you to confirm at date and time.