New Year, New Opportunity to Improve Your Smile
Posted by on December 27, 2018 in Blog
Regular Dental Care Could Be Good for Heart Health

What's your New Year's resolution? Most people choose the same ones over and over: To lose a few excess pounds, to improve their finances, or to try and find love or at least some new friends.   This year, why not make a New Year's resolution that is not only easier to achieve, but also c...

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Get Your Teeth Ready for Holiday Pictures
Posted by on November 27, 2018 in Blog
Tooth Brushing Tips to Improve Your Smile

The holiday season is upon us and you know what that means? Lots and lots of holiday pictures!   From groups shots of friends and family during gift exchanges to close-ups with that special someone on New Year's Eve, there are bound to be plenty of photos taken this holiday season. &nb...

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Bring the Whole Family to McCosh Family Dentistry!
Posted by on November 26, 2018 in Blog
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There are a lot of different specialties with the dental profession. There are oral surgeons who specialize in performing procedures on the teeth and gums. There are orthodontists whose main job is to straighten crooked teeth. There are even those who specialize in cosmetic dentistry such as veneers...

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Let Us Know If Your Dental Insurance Has Changed
Posted by on November 12, 2018 in Blog
Let Us Know If Your Dental Insurance Has Changed

If you have recently changed jobs or if your current employer has recently changed insurance carriers, it's important that you let your dentist know. A change in your dental insurance can have a significant effect on your dental care.   When your dental insurance changes and you don't let...

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Why Do Movie Stars Always Have Perfect Teeth?
Posted by on September 25, 2018 in Blog
Blowing Off Your Dental Appointment a Bad Idea

Did you ever notice that everybody on TV and in the movies always has perfectly straight, blindingly white teeth? There's a reason for that.   Actors and actresses need to look their best because so many people are watching their every move. And when their images are blown up onto the big...

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Root Canals Aren’t Anything to Worry About
Posted by on August 29, 2018 in Blog
Dental Care for the College Freshman

Root canals get a bad rap. Most people associate root canals with pain, discomfort, and long hours in the dentist's chair.   Actually, thanks to modern dental techniques and advancements in anesthesia and pain management, root canals usually aren't very painful at all. In fact, many peopl...

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Family Dentistry Is for Everyone in the Family
Posted by on August 7, 2018 in Blog
Family Dentistry Is for Everyone in the Family

You may have noticed that the name of our practice is McCosh Family Dentistry. The term "Family" means that we don't specialize in one specific type of dentistry, such as pediatric dentistry, geriatric dentistry, or dental treatment for adults. Instead, we specialize in all of them.   The...

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How to Choose a New Dentist
Posted by on July 25, 2018 in Blog
How to Maintain Oral Health While Traveling

There are many reasons why you might be in the market for a new dentist. Possibly you are new to the area and need to find a dentist who is closer to your new home. Or perhaps your former dentist retired. Or possibly, you weren't satisfied with the quality of service you received from your old denti...

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Leading Causes of Dental Damage
Posted by on July 24, 2018 in Blog
Changing Dentists Can Be a Challenge

Your teeth are just as susceptible to injury as other parts of your body. But with proper dental care, restoring and repairing your teeth after dental damage caused by an accident or another cause can make your teeth better than brand new.   Because your teeth are inside your mouth and su...

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Your Smile Could Determine Your Future
Posted by on June 20, 2018 in Blog
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When it comes to being successful in this world, the way people perceive you is critically important. There are some things you can change, such as the way you dress, the confidence you project, and the way you interact with others.   There are other things you can't change, such as your ...

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