Category Archives: Dental Information

What to Keep in Your Dental First Aid Kit

Summer is a great time for a camping trip with the family. And generally, during the summer, we spend more time outdoors swimming, hiking, and playing softball with our buddies. July was declared National Park and Recreation Month encouraging the … Continue reading

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A Pain in the Tooth: What to Do if You Suffer from Tooth Sensitivity

Do your front teeth hurt when you breathe in the cold winter air? What about when you warm up with a healthy Veggistrone soup? Does brushing and flossing make you wince? If you answered yes to any of these questions, … Continue reading

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The Risks that Poor Oral Health Might Share with Open Angle Glaucoma

Poor oral health reaches far beyond the mouth. We’ve written about how it can make it harder for a person with diabetes to control their blood sugar. It can also cause respiratory infections and contribute to the development of Alzheimer’s disease. … Continue reading

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Sugar Awareness Week: How to Triumph a Sugar-Free Diet

You might have joined us earlier as we participated in Sugar Awareness Week. Our useful posts are still available on Facebook. Eating excessively sugary foods can cause tooth decay. But the right diet can lead to a healthy smile. This … Continue reading

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Americans Want to See Their Dentist More, Survey Finds

Americans want to see their dentist more. At least that’s according to this recent survey, the Adult Oral Health Survey, which sampled 1,025 Americans 18 years and older. The results found 41 percent of Americans don’t visit the dentist as … Continue reading

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A Breath of Fresh Air: What I Learned from National 12-Hour Fresh Breath Day

You might have participated with us earlier this week as we celebrated National 12-Hour Fresh Breath Day. Our useful videos are still available on Facebook. The purpose of National 12-Hour Fresh Breath Day is to appreciate oral hygiene and its importance … Continue reading

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The Effects of Stress on Your Smile

It seems like stress is everywhere, especially as 2016 winds down. For many people, the holiday season promises higher levels of stress — shopping, decorating, baking, cleaning, entertaining…the list goes on. And this doesn’t even cover day-to-day stresses we may … Continue reading

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