Are You A Cheese Lover?

1/1/2018 -

Good news - studies show that eating cheese can lower your risk of tooth decay and provide your tooth enamel with much needed calcium and protein.

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Chattering Teeth

12/1/2017 -

If you are trying to get warmer your teeth may begin to chatter. The teeth's chattering is involuntary and is due to the muscles of your face contracting to generate heat to keep your head warm. So basically, our teeth chatter because when the brain realizes you're cold it will send a signal to your muscles to start moving to produce heat. The brain - the hypothalamus, to be more specific, monitors your temperature and does what it's got to do to keep you at 98.6.

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National Sleep Comfort Month

11/2/2017 -

Its National Sleep Comfort Month. Are you having sleep issues?

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Has It Been Too Long?

10/2/2017 -

Scheduling dental visits really should be based upon each person's oral hygiene, habits and medical conditions.

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You Can Do This!

9/1/2017 -

Per the ADA, brushing 2 minutes 2 times a day with a fluoride toothpaste is a righteous way to fight cavities and gum disease. You can do this!

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Did You Know?

8/1/2017 -

Did you know that too much chlorine can actually cause teeth to become yellow over the course of a few weeks?

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Is This Too Good To Be True?

7/1/2017 -

Is this too good to be true?  Nope, it’s true! In moderation, dark chocolate can actually help fight tooth decay. #NationalChocolateDay

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Chlorine Can Cause Yellow Teeth

6/8/2017 -

It’s perfectly okay to get in the pool today BUT remember too much chlorine can actually cause teeth to become yellow over the course of a few weeks.

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Happy Mother's Day

5/1/2017 -

Give Mom a special surprise this Mother’s Day. Give her a sparkle for her smile. We can help! Advanced technology makes embellishing a smile easier than ever with little discomfort.

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Oral Cancer Awareness Month

4/1/2017 -

I do not know the exact number of cases of diagnosed oral and throat cancer this year. I do know that it is over 40,000 cases in America and most of those do not survive 5 years. I also know that a visit to your dentist every 6 months will reduce the risk of invasive oral cancer. I do an oral cancer checkup with every cleaning and if a patient visits on a regular basis I am able to keep an eye out for changes in their mouth and neck that may be red flags to something more serious. Suspicious changes can be caught early when treatment is more successful.

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