February 25, 2020
Many people don’t realize just how much their dentist
can improve their overall wellbeing. In fact, within the last several years,
researchers have found that treating
and preventing gum disease can benefit your cardiovascular system and
reduce your risk of serious medical issues. Even though scientists have more
research to conduct on the topic, they have discovered just how beneficial it
is for people to take great care of their teeth and gums.
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February 6, 2020
you’re on a strict monthly budget, needing to get a costly procedure from the
dentist can set you up to struggle financially for the following months. Many
people aren’t aware that they can avoid those situations by keeping on top of taking
care of their teeth and gums. Read on for three tips that can help you save money
at the dentist.
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January 31, 2020
Now that it’s 2020,
insurance benefits from last year have likely reset – and if you want to
save money on oral health care, you should start planning how to use them right
away! Every year, many people lose hundreds of dental dollars that could have
gone towards keeping their smiles healthy. If you don’t want this to happen to
you, follow these 3 important tips that will let you get a head start on
maximizing your benefits.
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January 28, 2020
For years, you’ve seen
your grin in the mirror and in photographs and wished it was different. The
shape, the color, the overall appearance of your front teeth – there are so
many changes you want to make that you don’t know where to start. Luckily, your
cosmetic dentist can offer a solution that many a Hollywood celebrity has used
in the past to create dazzling smiles: porcelain
veneers. Read on to learn everything you need to know about these beautiful
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December 7, 2019
Do you take good care of your teeth? Most people would say
they do. Roughly 52.3% of adults visit their dentist every six months, and 70%
brush their teeth twice a day. Yet, even with most of us practicing great
dental habits, the American College of Prosthodontists reports that about 120
million people are missing at least one tooth, and 36 million don’t have any
teeth at all! Unfortunately, you can have great oral hygiene habits, never miss
checkup, and still be hurting your teeth on a daily basis. Here’s what your
dentist wants you to know about everyday habits and routines that could be
damaging your teeth, and what you can do about them.
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December 6, 2019
A new year is quickly approaching and as you prepare for
a “new you” in 2020, you must first come face to face with your grandmother’s sugar-filled
treats she has laid out for all to consume this holiday season. Everything from
candies, drinks, cookies, and pies, you can bet the hours she put in to make
these delicious goodies will not be easy to dismiss. But if you want to keep from
planning a full smile makeover because of decay and disease plaguing your mouth,
you’ll need to keep a few things in mind. Like what? Let your dentist
share 4 things you can do to better protect your pearly whites and soft tissues
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November 21, 2019
What’s the difference between cosmetic and restorative
dentistry? Some people may need a combination of dental treatments while others
could benefit from one type over another, depending on what dental situation
you have on your hands. If you’re wondering whether a crown or porcelain veneer
seems to be the best option for you, look no further. Read on to learn the
difference between restorative and cosmetic treatments, and how to find out if
you need one or both.
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November 2, 2019
This time of the year is notoriously known as cold
and flu season because everyone seems to be stuffy, coughing, and congested. From
conducted between the months of November 2016 and January 2017, it was found
that 59 percent of annual over-the-counter cold and flu remedies were
purchased. This includes everything from decongestants to cough drops. The only
problem is that many people aren’t aware of how these remedies can impact their
oral health. Instead of fighting off an unforgiving cold only to find out cavities
have formed in your mouth, follow these flu season tips from your dentist to
learn how you can keep your oral health in great shape this winter.
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October 25, 2019
One primary reason that people put scheduling their checkups and cleaning with their dentist on the backburner is because they don’t want to spend the money. The problem with this logic is that it’ll actually cost you more money down the road when you don’t keep up with your semi-annual preventive visits. After all, who wouldn’t want to keep oral health problems from ever developing in the first place? Read on for four reasons to pick up the phone and visit your dentist today.
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October 16, 2019
It’s the end of October and Halloween is just around the corner. Your child will get to prance around dawning their favorite ghoul or goblin and collect buckets of candy that will be stashed away in your house for the following months. As fun as that sounds, and as much as you want your child to enjoy the holidays, you’re worried about them getting cavities from eating too many sweets. Read on for five Halloween candy tips that will keep your little one’s mouth healthy.
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