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  • 6 Things to Know to Keep Your Teeth Healthy this Halloween Season
    6 Things to Know to Keep Your Teeth Healthy this Halloween Season

    It’s that time of year again! Halloween is filled with spooky fun and awesome costumes.  Whether you’re going trick-or-treating this year, or you’re a parent who plans on sneaking candy from your child’s basket after the long night of October 31st, here are some sweet candy facts to keep your teeth happy and healthy this … 6 Things to Know to Keep Your Teeth Healthy this Halloween Season Read More »

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  • How to Build Strong Teeth if You’re Lactose Intolerant
    How to Build Strong Teeth if You’re Lactose Intolerant

    Building strong bones is important. Lack of attention to your diet and exercise could damage your bones and teeth. Calcium is one of the most essential ingredients to strong bones, but why is it so important? Bones are made of connective tissue and are reinforced by calcium. So, if your calcium intake is high, it … How to Build Strong Teeth if You’re Lactose Intolerant Read More »

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  • What to Do in a Dental Emergency
    What to Do in a Dental Emergency

    Do you have a toothache? Are your gums bleeding? Do you have a canker sore? Sometimes these things happen and aren’t anything that you should worry about. Other times, these are symptoms of something a little more serious. We’ve all been down the Google rabbit hole. Before you know it, you’re diagnosing your baby toothache … What to Do in a Dental Emergency Read More »

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  • Is There an Age Limit to Getting Braces?
    Is There an Age Limit to Getting Braces?

    Getting braces is a right of passage from an awkward middle schooler to high schooler. Orthodontists do their best to make putting painful metal in your mouth exciting. They have fish tanks and TV screens hanging from the ceiling for entertainment. They even let the kids pick their rubber band colors. Some parents will allow … Is There an Age Limit to Getting Braces? Read More »

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  • Flossing, Why You Need To Do It and Alternative Methods
    Flossing, Why You Need To Do It and Alternative Methods

    Flossing is an important part of your oral hygiene routine. When you don’t floss, plaque is allowed to build up on your teeth and around your gum line, causing tooth decay and gum disease. Tooth brushing, professional cleanings, and flossing have been shown to disrupt and remove plaque.  According to the American Dental Association (ADA), … Flossing, Why You Need To Do It and Alternative Methods Read More »

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  • Overcoming Dental Fears: Kids Edition
    Overcoming Dental Fears: Kids Edition

    Taking a child to the dentist can be a scary, new environment for them, but is necessary for their oral health. Dental phobia/anxiety is perfectly normal, with almost 20 percent of school age children experiencing fear of taking a trip to the dentist. We’re here to help your child’s first visit be a positive experience … Overcoming Dental Fears: Kids Edition Read More »

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  • Sensitive Teeth and What Causes Them
    Sensitive Teeth and What Causes Them

    Have you ever had a really hot coffee or taken a bite out of ice cream and had an ache and pain in your tooth? If so, you wouldn’t be alone in your discomfort. For most people, this very frustrating and annoying pain comes from tooth sensitivity. “Dentin Hypersensitivity,” or tooth sensitivity, is the pain … Sensitive Teeth and What Causes Them Read More »

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  • All You Need to Know About Eating and Drinking After a Fluoride Treatment
    All You Need to Know About Eating and Drinking After a Fluoride Treatment

    Anyone who has been to the dentist has had the pleasure of receiving a fluoride treatment. You may be wondering; what is fluoride? Do I really need to not eat and drink after treatments? How long do I really need to wait? We answer these questions and more to make sure you’re prepared for your … All You Need to Know About Eating and Drinking After a Fluoride Treatment Read More »

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  • Stress and Your Teeth
    Stress and Your Teeth

    In today’s world, stress is almost a given and is common among a majority of people. Coping with this anxiety can be difficult and can take a toll on your body before you’re able to identify the degree of stress you face. It’s a well-known fact that stress can be detrimental to your mental health, … Stress and Your Teeth Read More »

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  • Hormones and Oral Health for Women
    Hormones and Oral Health for Women

    From childhood to hitting puberty, getting pregnant, and eventually going through Menopause – a woman’s body is always changing thanks to hormones. But what does this have to do with oral health? As it turns out, a lot! Hormone fluctuations in a woman’s body (estrogen and progesterone) causes more blood flow to the gums, which … Hormones and Oral Health for Women Read More »

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