Archive for December, 2021
Looking for a New Year’s Resolution? Here’s one for you: FLOSS!
At the beginning of a new year, many people make resolutions to change something, and many of those resolutions involve forming healthier habits. Some of the most common New Year’s Resolutions include losing weight, eating healthy, exercising consistently, drinking more water and drinking less sodas or alcoholic beverages. One of the healthiest choices you can […]
How to Deal With Dental Anxiety
Everyone can be a little fearful of the dentist. But if your fear prevents you from even trying to access your most needed dental services, then you might be dealing with dental anxiety. This condition unfortunately keeps many people back from fully addressing their oral health needs, and puts them at risk of serious complications. […]
How Does Eggnog Affect the Teeth?
It’s the most wonderful time of the year! With it comes sweet treats and holiday parties and, for many, lots of eggnog. We love to use it as coffee creamer, mix it with a cocktail, or just drink it straight. As your dental professionals, you know we have to warn you about the potential effects […]
Sugar-Free Stocking Stuffers
This is the week for Christmas shopping! We will celebrate the holiday season with gifts for loved ones, and many of us do that by filling stockings up with goodies. The easiest thing to throw in those big treat bags is candy. But surely, you are all getting plenty of sugar this week without the […]
Insurance Benefits: Use Them or Lose Them!
Dental insurance can provide important financial assistance in getting the dental treatments or preventive care you and your family need. If you have dental insurance that is provided through your employer, it is important for you to understand it so that you can get the most out of it. Maintaining consistent professional dental care is […]
Why Replacing Lost Teeth is Important
Many people, when faced with the extraction of a permanent tooth, consider the option of not replacing it. It can be tempting to leave the space empty. The reason you should replace lost teeth is that it is genuinely better for your oral health. In this week’s blog, we will explain the why and how […]
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