Month: December 2014

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New Year Resolutions and Dental Health

MERRY CHRISTMAS! It is never to early to start thinking about your 2015 New Year Resolutions.  Remember to include resolutions that will affect your dental health.  Dental resolutions not only affect your oral health, but your general health and appearance, too. Resolve to Make Home Oral Care a Priority First, brush your teeth at least...

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Holiday Stress And Your Dental Health

Holiday stress does not have to interfere with your dental health. Your oral health can be a priority while you enjoy the holiday season. First, never fail to floss and brush. Even if you are planning a full day of shopping, decorating, or celebrating, your teeth and gums need attention. Take proper care of your...

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Great Christmas Gifts For Your Oral Health

The holidays are right around the corner, and it is time to think of all of the great gifts you can give your family and friends. Here are a few ideas from your favorite dentist. Dental floss is a great stocking stuffer A standard toothbrush may not be able to get rid of germs and...

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The Importance Of Using Your Insurance Budget Before Year-End

Insurance policies are issued for limited periods. At the end of your insurance period, the insurance company reviews your policy. Renewal dates for year-end insurance are important for both insurance companies and policyholders. Insurance policies have specific inception and expiration dates. Auto insurance typically lasts for around six months while home insurance usually lasts a...