Tag Archives: oral health

A Good Way to Teach and Encourage Healthy Habits

It’s back-to-school time for your kids, and now that we’ve covered tooth care tips to keep their smiles bright, let’s back up those healthy habits with some good reading material. Besides the importance of reading and encouraging it for our back-to-school … Continue reading

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Improve Your Brushing Technique

When it comes to dental hygiene, brushing and flossing are some of the most important routines for your smile, yet they could possibly use a little improvement. Why You Need to Brush Twice a Day Brushing and flossing can remove … Continue reading

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Be Aware: Stress from the perspective of your oral and vision health

We talk about it, hear about it and complain about it. The phrase “I’m stressed out” has become so overused, we may even dismiss it. Despite the abundant information and worn out terms, the harm stress can cause is worthy … Continue reading

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7 Smile-Friendly Easter Treats for Your Kids

Easter holiday memories might be linked to candy, but these alternative Easter goodies could start new traditions. Here are some smile-friendly Easter gifts to fill the kids’ baskets with this year: Art supplies – Playing with chalk on the driveway … Continue reading

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From the Goodness of the Tooth: Could Your Mouth Put You at Risk for Heart Disease?

February could be called the month of the heart. Last week, because of Valentine’s Day, you may have seen heart-shaped balloons in your office, or received heart-shaped candy boxes from your special someone. Plus, February kicked off with Women’s Heart … 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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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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