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The holidays are just around the corner – but before you get weighed down with the shopping lists, the jam-packed stores, the over-stuffed amazon cart, becoming best friends with the UPS delivery team, and not to mention getting lost in a pile of wrapping paper at the last minute – we thought we’d share some […]

Chronic halitosis, otherwise known as bad breath, is embarrassing but also extremely common. So, what’s the difference between “morning breath” and halitosis? Well, to put it simply – halitosis is when your bad breath remains far longer than your morning coffee or tuna-fish sandwich – and doesn’t go away after you brush your teeth or […]

It’s not uncommon to chip a tooth, despite how careful and cautious you may be. Most chipped teeth aren’t serious, but if the damage goes beyond the enamel, it can lead to a higher risk of infection. Fixing a chipped tooth usually requires a quick consultation with your dentist, as it’s not a one-size-fits-all situation. […]

Trick-or-treating is a seriously the most fun. What could be better than free candy around every door? But, what about keeping a child’s pearly whites healthy despite all of the treats they just filled their bags with? Here are a few tips to help you have fun during Halloween while maintaining good oral hygiene: Know […]

Visiting the dentist is one of childhood’s many milestones. But, parents are often unsure when they should bring their child to the dentist for the first time. Should we wait until all their teeth come in? Should we wait until a problem occurs? These are common questions that parents have, but the answer is actually […]

Be honest: how often do you actually floss? We’ll bet that it’s probably not the recommended twice a day. Last summer, when news reports circulated saying flossing may not be necessary, you may have rejoiced. But before you get too excited and never pick up the floss again, let’s talk. The Buzz The latest dietary […]

When you think about cavities, you probably think of little kids who’ve eaten too much candy. But, people of any age can get cavities. That means adults, too. Cavities are a common dental health issue, but most adults don’t know what they are or how to recognize the symptoms if you have one. Here are [...]
When you’re looking for dental care for your family, you need someone who will truly care. And, you want someone you trust and feel comfortable with. Every trip to the dentist should be a pleasant, positive experience. This will keep parents informed about dental hygiene and care for themselves and their children. Here are some [...]
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