Dental Health

Teeth Grinding & Dental Symptoms Of Stress

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Stress and anxiety. Sometimes it’s hard to escape this troublesome duo and their ill effects on our health. In a September 2020 report, the ADA Health Policy Institute found that more than half of dentists surveyed saw an increase of patients with dental conditions often associated with stress. Dental Side Effects Of Stress Stress can…

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Make New Year’s Dental Resolutions For 2022!

Out with the old, in with the new! January offers us a fresh beginning so what better time to make your New Year’s Dental Resolutions to start or maintain healthy habits in the year ahead! Take It Easy A softer touch is best when it comes to dental care. Gentle brushing helps clean your teeth…

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The Negative Effects of Tobacco Use On Your Health

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Tobacco has long been recognized as a detriment to our health, having a negative affect on so many aspects of a tobacco users health. November is Mouth Cancer Awareness Month so it’s a good time to consider kicking the tobacco habit. The American Cancer Society estimates that about 54,010 new cases of oral cavity or…

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Caring For Your Toothbrush – Our Favorite Dental Tool

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The toothbrush – simple in design, cost-effective, accessible and user -friendly. We thought we’d show a little love this week to this commonplace dental health tool that we all turn to every day. Caring for your toothbrush is simple and goes a long way in supporting your dental health. Caring For Your Toothbrush A little…

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September Is National Gum Care Month

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You brush your teeth. You floss your teeth. You drink water and eat healthy. Check, check, check. But don’t forget about a key factor in good dentalcare –  strong and healthy gums! September is National Gum Care Month so we’re going to show a little extra love to this important part of your oral health.…

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Diabetes And How It Affects Your Dental Health

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Just over 1 in 10 Americans have diabetes – that’s 34.2 million Americans. Approximately 1 in 3, or 88 million Americans, have pre-diabetes. Those are jarring statistics. Not only is this a serious concern for your overall health, but it also takes a toll on your mouth and dental health as well. Let’s learn more…

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Stop Bad Breath Where It Starts

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With more opportunities this summer to share our smiles what better time to take a moment and consider our dental health. Enjoying time with friends and family feels great so making sure we keep our breath fresh and healthy isn’t only appreciated but also supports good oral health. Let’s take a look at a few…

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Remember To Hydrate & Keep Moving

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Summer is the perfect time to get outdoors and get moving. Whether running, walking, hiking, or biking, staying active is the goal. But while you look to your physical health, don’t forget to keep your dental health in mind. Remember to hydrate and take these few simple steps to help keep your teeth healthy while…

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