Apr 19
Cavities are one of the most common dental issues for children and adults, in American and across the world. In fact, many studies indicate the percentage of people that struggle with cavities is nearly 90 percent. That staggering figure can…
Apr 12
Ever feel like you spend most of your days stressed out? If so, you are not alone. According to a national poll, at least 25 percent of Americans admit to suffering from moderate stress. The effects may feel primarily emotional,…
Mar 15
Looking for an extra excuse to grab a pack of gum during your next grocery run or stop at the gas station? It turns out, chewing sugar-free gum could be useful for much more than just freshening your breath. Research…
Mar 08
It takes a lot to take great care of your body. You need to go to the gym or find some way to keep physically fit. And you need to eat healthy and nutrient foods, which also means passing up…
Dec 22
Who doesn’t want to spend the holidays with loved ones, indulging in good food while creating great memories? Unfortunately, many holiday favorites are not only bad news for your waistline, they can also be bad for your oral health. Too…
Nov 17
Growing up did your mom warn you not to eat too much sugar? Did she threaten that too much candy would surely “rot your teeth out?” Well, it turns out your mother was on to something. Sugar is, in fact,…
Aug 24
Do you think that losing teeth is inevitable as you age? Though many seniors struggle with teeth loss, as they grow older, that doesn’t have to be the case for you. Most people can maintain their smiles, even as they…
Jun 14
Did you know that the Summer Solstice for the Northern Hemisphere in 2014 occurs on 21 June at 10:51 UTC? That means summer is just around the corner, and what better way to start the season off than a dental checkup and…
Feb 10
The words “root canal” might make you break out in a nervous sweat, but this reputation is outdated and inaccurate. Root canal therapy provides a safe, reliable method for removing the primary cause of a painful, persistent toothache: decayed and infected pulp. Rather than…
Jan 13
Everyone feels stressed at some point and this natural, universal reaction to internal and external stimuli serves as a critical survival instinct. Incidental stress, like driving in heavy traffic during an ice storm or dealing with a particularly abrasive customer…

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