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5 Dentist-Approved Stocking Stuffer Ideas

December 21, 2023

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Red stockings with white snowflakes hung on fireplace with garland

If you’re looking around the stores or online for ideas of what to gift your loved ones, you might notice a common theme: sugar. From candy canes and peppermint bark to toffee-filled candy bars, many holiday treats are good news for your taste buds and bad news for your teeth. Fortunately, you can read on for five dentist-approved stocking stuffer ideas for people of all ages!


The Plaque Problem: What It Is & How to Remove It

November 14, 2023

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person speaking to dentist about how to remove plaque effectively

Plaque, a term frequently echoed in dental discussions, is a common concern for maintaining a healthy and vibrant smile. When it comes to the culprits or oral health issues, it is often at the top of the list. Even so, many people don’t understand exactly what it is or how it forms. To help you understand how to get rid of plaque and how it forms, continue reading!


Give Thanks: 3 Ways to Take Better Care of Your Teeth at Thanksgiving

November 3, 2023

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older couple smiling and celebrating Thanksgiving

There is no better time to share what it is that you are grateful for than at Thanksgiving. While your family and friends may be at the top of your list, you shouldn’t neglect your oral and overall health as well. The fact that your smile plays a key role in your mental, physical, and emotional well-being is something no one should take for granted, so if you’re looking for ways to appreciate your teeth this Thanksgiving, here are 3 things you can do throughout the holidays.


Be Afraid: Some Scary Statistics About Dental Health

October 13, 2023

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The Halloween season is a celebration of all things creepy, scary, and spooky, but the terror doesn’t have to stop with the zombies, vampires, werewolves, and ghosts. When you look at the general state of people’s dental health, you’ll find plenty of things to scream about. Here are some frightening dental statistics to give you some motivation to keep up with your dentist appointments and practice better dental hygiene.


Whiter Teeth Aren’t Always Healthier Teeth; Here’s Why

September 27, 2023

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Lady smiles

In medieval times, long before the rise of modern dental science, people favored whiter teeth not unlike they do today. Unfortunately for them, they didn’t always know the right way to achieve a brighter smile. Back then, dentistry was considered the job of the local barber, and a popular treatment involved applying a few coats of acid to a patient’s teeth to lighten their color. While this procedure did have the desired bleaching effect, the acid also eroded the enamel, making teeth more vulnerable to injury and decay.

It doesn’t really make sense to lighten your teeth if doing so makes them fall out. Fortunately, people today know more about how to take care of their teeth than they did in the medieval era, and your dentist is well-equipped to brighten, whiten, and shine your teeth without destroying them in the process. Here’s what you should know about why whiter teeth are not always healthier teeth.


Inflamed, Contagious, and Gross: Some Interesting Facts About Gum Disease

September 13, 2023

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Woman shows her gums

While gum disease begins with mild inflammation that might go unnoticed for a while, if left untreated it will progress to a far nastier condition with unfortunate long-term consequences. Though these oral health concerns are quite unpleasant to deal with, knowing more about them can help you know how to avoid them. Since September is Gum Care Month, here are some interesting facts about gum disease from your dentist to help you understand exactly why you should take such good care of your oral health.


August 6th is National Fresh Breath Day

August 9, 2023

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Woman covering her mouth with her handAre you embarrassed by bad breath? You’re not alone. Between 35%-45% of people worldwide experience bad breath. 90% of people with bad breath spend over $400 annually trying to keep odors at bay. August 6th is National Fresh Breath Day to raise awareness of halitosis. Here are 5 culprits of halitosis and what you can do to keep your breath fresh.


5 Tips to Ace Your Next Dental Exam

August 6, 2023

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Young female student holding school foldersA new school year is here, which means life is about to get a little busier. While you work hard in the classroom, study, and participate in extracurricular activities, it can lead to bad habits that can affect your oral health. Here are 5 back-to-school tips to keep your teeth and gums healthy during the year.


Cosmetic Dental Treatments Perfect for Seniors

July 4, 2023

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Senior smiling and pointing to their teeth

Cosmetic dentistry has advanced incredibly in recent years, and now patients can benefit from a wide variety of treatments suited to all kinds of different needs. For one, you might have noticed that your smile has changed a little bit as you’ve gotten older. Your teeth might have become discolored, or you might have become a little bit “long in the tooth”.

There are plenty of ways that you can handle these issues—here are just a few examples to choose from.


Summer Foods You Can Eat With Dental Implants

July 3, 2023

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Older couple sitting at a table full of food

If you’ve been missing teeth for a while, dental implants can allow you to eat all kinds of things you may have been missing out on. Now that summer is here, there are all kinds of foods that you’ll be able to enjoy to the fullest.

If you want to put your new tooth to the test, here are a few summer foods that dental implants can allow you to eat.

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