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  • Acid Attacks
    Do you brush your teeth before or after your morning coffee/tea? BEFORE!  Surprised? Coffee and tea are acidic beverages which can destabilize the protective enamel coating on your teeth so if you Read more
  • Activated Charcoal - Why you should ditch this trend in 2022
    What You Don’t Know About Activated Charcoal… and Why You Should Ditch the Trend in 2022 Charcoal is manufactured from coal, wood, and other substances. It becomes ‘activated’ when you combine this Read more
  • Your Child's First Visit to the Dentist
    Most parents don’t realize that your child’s first visit to the dentist should be within 6 months of their first tooth coming in or at one year of age at Read more
  • Stained Grooves
    Before a permanent tooth erupts into the mouth, it starts out as a number of lobes that join together leaving a series of grooves and pits on what becomes the Read more
  • Preventing Dental Decay with Sealants
    Before a permanent tooth erupts into the mouth, it starts out as a number of lobes that join together leaving a series of grooves and pits on what becomes the Read more
  • Mouth-Body Connection...Dementia
    Mouth-Body Connection….Oral Health and Dementia It is scientifically well known that certain bacteria in the mouth when allowed to organize on the teeth, cause localized inflammation which can lead to systemic Read more
  • The Mouth-Body Connection
    Your dentist will tell you, what seems like a million times, to take good care of your mouth, floss regularly, get your scheduled cleanings and of course to brush thoroughly. Read more
  • All Things Dental Insurance
    What is Dental Insurance and what does it really do for you? Most patients think that dental insurance is the same as health insurance where there’s no limit to what will be paid Read more
  • Is it safe to visit the dentist?
    The biggest health risk to patients is an uncontrolled infection that could lead to systemic disease and aggravate underlying medical conditions like heart disease and diabetes. It is important to Read more
  • Xerostomia
    Your dental hygienist just told you that you have Xerostomia (pronounced zero-stomia).  Do you panic?  Take out a life insurance policy?  Start deciding what color teeth you want in your Read more
  • What causes bad breath?
    Do you find people stepping away from you when you talk? Are you constantly popping breath mints or gum to make sure your breath doesn't offend others in the room? Read more

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