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The Cold, The Flu and Your Oral Health

Photo by Spencer Backman on Unsplash We all know that between the months of December and March, cold and flu season is rampant. Precautions like hand washing and eating balanced meals, will make a huge difference in your overall health this winter, however there are a few other ways to protect yourself during this time…

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Winter Soup Ideas – Easy as G.G.B. (Grains, Greens and Beans)

Photo by Henrique Felix on Unsplash One of our favorite things about winter is the food! Warm and satisfying comfort food always sounds like a good idea on a chilly day. And comfort food doesn’t automatically mean heavy or unhealthy. With a bit of planning, your winter meals can be both healthy and hearty. One…

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Five Candy-Free Ideas for Your Little Ones on Valentine’s Day

Photo by Kelly Sikkema on Unsplash Valentine’s Day is just around the corner. If you’re a parent of a young child, it’s likely they’ll have an opportunity (or a few) at some point that day to exchange Valentine’s goodies with friends. We love the sentiment of this holiday, but encourage families to get creative and…

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Everything You Need to Know About Teeth Whitening

Photo by Lesly Juarez on Unsplash Working in the dental industry, we are all for helping you achieve a bright, healthy smile. With many of us making personal goals for the new year, perhaps whitening your teeth is on your list of resolutions. Whether this is on your list, or not, here are some ideas…

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Kids and the Dentist

Photo by Blaise Van Lanthen on Unsplash If you’re a parent of young children, you’re probably spending time nearly every day teaching your kids the importance of good oral health. That means regular reminders on flossing daily, brushing teeth at least twice a day and scheduling regular trips to the dentist. For some children, a…

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What Your Dentist Wants You to Know/Do in 2019

Photo by rawpixel on Unsplash Sometimes, it’s the littlest thing that causes big problems. Have you ever watched a crack in the ice? It starts out small, but soon spreads across the entire surface. The same is true for your teeth. One tiny issue can do some serious damage over time. Bacteria Bacteria are small…

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Bracing for the Year Ahead

Photo by Pim Chu on Unsplash If fixing your smile is “on the list” for 2019, then braces might be in your future. Braces can help correct problems such as crooked or crowded teeth, overbites or underbites, incorrect jaw position and disorders of the jaw. These days, the number of patients who get braces for…

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Identifying the Cause of Your Oral Health Woes

Photo by JESHOOTS.COM on Unsplash Are the holidays stressing you out? Take a deep breath. Stress can cause wear and tear on your body, including your mouth. Ever had a painful canker sore? Or experienced uncomfortable dry mouth? Felt the symptoms of gum disease? Or ended your day with a sore jaw from grinding your…

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Give the Gift of Oral Health To Your Community This Holiday Season

‘Tis the season for reflecting on this year’s activities and milestones, giving and giving back. Which is why we’re thinking about all the smiles that come into our offices and the difference we’re making with the help of the Smiles for Everyone Foundation at home and abroad. Smiles for Everyone Foundation was founded in 2011…

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From Low to High — Three Different Gifts at Three Different Price Points

Photo by Thought Catalog on Unsplash Shopping for holiday gifts can be stressful and – if you don’t do your homework – extremely expensive. In this blog post, we’re going to look at three different oral hygiene gifts at a variety of price points to find out what you really get when you’re buying things…

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