You May Not Realize You Have Bad Breath
Posted by on February 4, 2019 in Blog
You May Not Realize You Have Bad Breath

You could have bad breath and not even realize it. Your friends and family, your co-workers, and even complete strangers may be aware that you suffer from bad breath but are either too polite to say anything or else aren't willing to embarrassing you.   Halitosis, or bad breath, is easily...

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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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A Beautiful Smile Is the Perfect Accessory
Posted by on October 16, 2018 in Blog
A Beautiful Smile Is the Perfect Accessory

There are a lot of things you can do if you want to change your look. You can buy some stylish new outfits. You can join a gym and get in shape. You can even get a new hairstyle.   But if your teeth are bad, all the other changes aren't going to make a difference because you will still be...

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How to Maintain Oral Health While Traveling
Posted by on September 17, 2018 in Blog
How to Maintain Oral Health While Traveling

September is one of the busiest months ,for travel. Between late summer vacations, getting children settled at college, or simply going on a business trip, the nation's airports, highways, and train terminals are busier than ever.   Keeping your teeth healthy and clean while traveling doe...

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New in Town? Choose the Best Local Dentist
Posted by on September 4, 2018 in Blog
Todays Dentistry Is Truly Pain Free

There are a lot of challenges that come with moving to a new area including finding a new place to live, settling the kids into a new school, and even finding your way around town.   Included on this list is choosing a new dentist. If you liked your old dentist and have built up a good re...

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Thumb Sucking Should Be Discouraged as Children Get Older
Posted by on August 21, 2018 in Blog
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During the first few months after they are born, it's not unusual for babies to suck their thumbs. Experts say it helps babies feel secure and calm because it mimics the experience of the child attaching itself to its mother.   As children get older, however, thumb sucking can begin to ha...

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Back to School Dental Appointments
Posted by on August 14, 2018 in Blog

Did you know that late summer is one of the busiest times of the year for most dentists? That's because it's right before kids are going back to school. Many schools will require students to show proof of a dental checkup and medical physical exam prior to starting school. This is especially true...

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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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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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Short, Side-to-Side Brushing Best for Teeth
Posted by on May 9, 2018 in Blog
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If you are like most people, you probably have been brushing your teeth the same way your entire life. But are you doing it the right way?   The American Dental Association recommends that you brush your teeth using short, back and forth (tooth-wide) strokes. This helps¬†clean the surface...

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