Speech to Text for 95-year-old dentist still practicing in Utica
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back. at ninety five years old, a local man is still practicing dentistry. newschannel 2's kirk tupaj tells us about dr. ken gordon. dr. kenneth gordon may not move as fast as he used to, and after venty years ofpracticing lost his touch. he's cut down the amount of time he spends practicing to one day a week, but he still has patients whowo sot: dr. kenneth gordon, dentist i still have a patient who still.i don't know how many, it's got to be 40 years, maybe more. yeah even more than that. yeah, that's satisfying. he sold his practice to family dental healthcare, and has been working the owner dr. daniel cerio. they've been working together for 26 years now, and it's a relationship that seems unbreakable. sot: dr. daniel cerio, family dental healthcare we just kind of hit it off immediately, and it was just no turning back. sot: dr. kenneth gordon, dentist we have never had a single argument about anything, and we're always on the same page hopefully. dr. gordon performed groundbreaking work in orthodontics back in the seventies. he seen advancements in digital x-rays and the ability to make crowns in minutes, but it's the love of dentistry and a good work environment that keeps him coming back. sot: dr. kenneth gordon, dentist if i take a vacation, he covers for me. if he takes a vacation, i ask him where he's going. basic care hasn't changed much over the years. dr. gordon tells us the best way to keep healthy teeth is to floss, and brush for at least 2 minutes. he also advises sticking to a healthy diet. sot: dr. kenneth gordon, dentist too much sugar in the diet, we're in business. dr. gordon says he will retire someday, but leaves us with some good advice. sot: dr. kenneth gordon, dentist