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New Year. New Smile.

Have you began your resolutions for 2021? We challenge you to improve your oral health this year! Your oral hygiene is vital in maintaining your oral health. Keeping the bacteria in your mouth under control not only maintains the appearance of your smile, but also decrease your risk of heart disease, diabetes, respiratory disease, osteoporosis,…

October- National Hygiene Month

October is National Dental Hygiene Month! The entire month across America, dental professionals promote the importance of good oral health and regular cleanings, and celebrate their hardworking hygienists. Good oral hygiene not only prevents bad breath and tooth decay, it also lessens your chance of gum disease, tooth loss and promoted overall good health. This…

Bruxism: The Warning Signs of Teeth Grinding

Do you excessively clench your jaw or grind your teeth (bruxism)? Have you been told by others that you do? Some may subconsciously clench under stress while working, wake up from sleep to hear their partner or child grinding in their sleep, or have known about their own habit for years. Many factors play a…

3 Fruits That Your Teeth Love

One of the most refreshing things about summertime is all the delicious and nutritious seasonal fruits. During your next trip to pick up fresh produce, consider choosing these three fruits that offer exceptional oral health benefits- on top of being tasty! While they are great staples to have on hand, they can be perfect additions…