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Tricks & Treats For Your Teeth

One of the best parts of Halloween is all the delicious candies and sweets you get to enjoy! Though you may be excited, your teeth aren’t; candy and excessive sugar encourage bacterial growth that wears down your teeth’s enamel and can lead to cavities, decay, and disease over time.  Protect your smile this Halloween by …

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Tips For Keeping Your Breath Fresh

Don’t worry; many people suffer from bad breath! Chronic halitosis, also known as bad breath, is common amongst adults, with an estimated 80 million people currently struggling with the condition. Bad breath can be embarrassing and even make you uncomfortable, but luckily, there are plenty of tips that can help you keep your breath fresh.  …

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Tips For a Teeth-Friendly Thanksgiving

Who’s excited for Thanksgiving? You might be, but your mouth is thinking otherwise. Thanksgiving is a great holiday to eat as much as your heart desires without feeling too guilty afterward, but if you want to make sure your teeth don’t suffer the consequences, utilize these tips for a teeth-friendly holiday:   Eat Teeth-Friendly Thanksgiving Foods …

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Tips For Perfect Flossing

You can’t use the excuse, “I don’t know how to do it right” anymore! Flossing is a crucial part of overall oral healthcare to ensure your mouth, teeth, and gums stay happy and healthy, so be sure not to skip out.  These tips are here to help you stop worrying about how to floss, so …

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Tips To Help You Smile More!

It’s no secret that those who smile a lot tend to be happier and healthier! Just a simple smile can make you instantly feel happy and less stressed. So, incorporating more smiling into your daily routine can only lead to positives. Here are some tips to help you smile more to improve your overall health …

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Root Canal FAQs And Answers

Did your dentist tell you you need a root canal done? Well, if you’ve never had one before, you might be nervous and don’t know what to expect, which is why we want to put you at ease and answer your questions.  What is a root canal? A root canal is done to remove the …

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