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Five Tips to Keep Your Child’s Mouth Healthy During Candy Season
It’s that time of the year again: pumpkins are displayed on porches, kids are excitedly picking out costumes, and retailers are advertising countless types of candy. Halloween is right around the corner. While children daydream about filling their baskets with candy on that special night, parents often dread the inevitable sugar high that follows trick-or-treating. […]
Five Tips to Help You Save Money on Dental Care
Even though research has shown that oral health is closely linked to the overall health of the body, countless adults avoid stepping foot into a dentist’s office unless they’re in severe pain. While many cite anxiety as the primary reason they stay far away from the dentist, others give another reason for their avoidance: money. […]
The Facts about Flossing
This August, the US Department of Health and Human Services removed “flossing” from its list of recommended health practices. Since then, sources such as the New York Times, The Daily News, and the BBC have published articles famously questioning the efficacy of the famously under appreciated hygiene method. Although there is no doubt that news […]
Avoid Tooth Decay With Sugar-free Gum!
There was once in a time in American society when chewing gum in public was considered bad manners. While we do not recommend that you arrive at your after-lunch business meeting smacking on a big wad of bubble gum, it may be in your best interest to pop a small piece of sugar-free gum into […]
Dental Advice: When Should You Replace Your Toothbrush?
We all know how important our overall dental health is, but sometimes between the brushing and the flossing, we realize that we may need to get back to basics on a few practical dental health issues. For example, when should you replace your toothbrush? We all have friends that keep toothbrushes so long they end […]