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If you missed part 1, find it here. This week, we’re finishing the two part series about making the most of your visit to the dentist. Moving right along, here are some more tips for optimizing your time and energy when sitting in the patient’s chair in the office. Be Honest When your dentist asks […]

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When you have diabetes, high blood pressure has an effect on your entire body, including your teeth and gums. High blood pressure can put you at a greater risk of suffering from oral problems such as cavities and gingivitis. Fortunately, there are preventative steps you can take to keep your teeth and gums healthy. Tooth […]

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During different stages of your life you’re more susceptible to different oral health issues. Pregnant women, teenagers, children and the elderly are all at risk for different complications because they are at different places in their lives. Millennials, the generation of people who are now aged 20-40 years, are currently more at risk for certain […]

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As Buddy the elf said, “I love smiling, smiling’s my favorite.”” Is smiling your favorite? If it’s not, maybe it should be! From research, psychologists say that smiling has a direct effect on certain activities associated with happiness. And there is an overwhelming amount of people believe that a smile is one of the most […]

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If you only visit the dentist twice a year, it’s important to get the biggest bang for your buck while you’re there. Here are some things dentists would like you to keep in mind when preparing for your appointment so that you have the best experience possible. Schedule Well in Advance Inconvenience can be costly. […]

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You may think if you’re brushing your teeth twice daily that you’re keeping your teeth as healthy as possible, but that’s not necessarily true. There’s all kinds of ways to help keep up your oral health, bright smile and prevent diseases. You may have heard tricks about using an electric toothbrush or snacking on sugar-free […]

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For many people brushing and flossing just isn’t enough to do by way of dental hygiene. A mouthwash is for some a crucial step in their daily dental regimen. If you’re thinking about finishing your daily brushing with a quick swish of mouthwash which of the many different kinds will you choose? Here’s a helpful […]

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Here are some common mistakes relevant to dental care that many well intentioned parents make when caring for their child. Sleeping With Baby Bottles This is probably the most common and most detrimental mistake that so many parents make. Babies are sometimes put to bed with a bottle of sweet milk or juice in their […]

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What is teeth contouring? It’s the reshaping of the tooth length, shape, or position. If your teeth are too crowded, chipped, or overlapping, teeth contouring may be a viable option. In some cases, teeth contouring has been a cost-effective alternative to braces because the reshaping gives the appearance of straight teeth. Facts About Teeth Contouring: […]

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Teething is a very exciting development in a baby’s growth. With this new addition to their experience, it is important to stay on top of their dental hygiene in order to promote good oral health right from the start. As your baby’s teeth start to come in, you can start cleaning them with a toothbrush. […]

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