Do I Really Need to See My Dentist Twice per Year?

| September 27, 2017

“An apple a day keeps the doctor away,” or so the saying goes. While healthy eating may keep your doctor away, there’s no such saying about dentists. That’s because you should visit your dentist a minimum of twice a year. How Often Do I Need to See My Dentist? Like we said,

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What Is the Link Between Oral Health and Heart Disease?

| January 19, 2017

You probably already appreciate the value of good oral health for a bright, radiant smile. But now a growing body of research is finding links between oral health and overall wellbeing, including heart health. Research is on-going, but it is clear that good oral health and good heart health go

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Can Dental Treatment Really Help Sleep Apnea?

| September 30, 2016

Sleep apnea can be a dangerous condition, and often goes undetected. And for those who have been diagnosed with sleep apnea, bulky masks are an uncomfortable and noisy solution at best. If you are unfamiliar with the condition, you may be surprised to learn that there is a sleep apnea

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5 Reasons to Get Your Family’s Dental Appointments Done in The Summer

| June 14, 2016

Summer is finally here, and there are probably countless things on your mind. Vacation planning, weddings, graduations, and other outdoor fun can fill your calendar before you know it. Before your schedule is completely booked, make sure to pencil in your family’s dental appointments. Summer is a great time for

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Making Full Use of Your Dental Benefits

| November 12, 2015

Your list of things left to do before the year ends might look daunting, but if you have not yet taken full advantage of your dental benefits this year, adding that to your list should be a top priority. Unfortunately, many dental benefits do not carry over into the new

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10 Everyday Habits that are Bad for Your Teeth

| September 16, 2015

Odds are good that you care about keeping your teeth healthy. However, even if you brush and floss regularly, you still may have some bad habits that are undermining your oral health. Cutting some of the following bad dental habits from your routine can go a long way toward improving

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Suffering from Sleep Apnea? Call Your Dentist

| July 17, 2015

Getting a good night’s sleep is one of the most important ways to maintain positive physical and mental health. However, if you are waking up exhausted, even after a full night’s sleep, you may suffer from sleep apnea. Sometimes brushed off as just a snoring problem, sleep apnea can cause

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How to Manage Bad Breath

| December 29, 2014

Bad breath can be a constant worry and lead to social anxiety, but you don’t have to suffer any longer. Here are 5 simple tips to help combat bad breath and the negative effects that it has on your life: Brush and floss regularly Maintaining a regular oral health routine

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Why a Nightly Brushing and Flossing Routine Is So Important

| December 8, 2014

Why a Nightly Brushing and Flossing Routine Is So Important  Keeping your smile bright is not just a day job. Your teeth and gums need protection at night, too! You already know you should brush your teeth at least twice a day, and floss at least once. Brushing after every

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Why Vitamin D is Important to Healthy Teeth

| September 9, 2014

You probably know that vitamin D helps to build strong teeth and bones. But did you know it may also help prevent tooth decay and gum disease? Building Strong Teeth and Bones Vitamin D encourages calcium absorption and helps keep the right levels of calcium and phosphorous in the blood

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