Month: January 2015

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Foods That Can Improve Your Oral Health

Brushing and flossing twice daily is not enough to keep our mouths healthy. While these routines can contribute to a lower risk of gum disease and cavity formation, we have to provide our body with proper nourishment as well because a proper diet and oral health are symbiotic. There are many kinds of food and...

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Four Types Of Food To Avoid For Good Oral Health

They say that we are what we eat. While it may seem like a corny quote, there is some truth to it, with regard to oral health. Not everything we ingest is good for us. There is plenty of proof that there is a link between our diet and oral health. The ADA has compiled...

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Your Oral Health In The New Year

Resolutions often begin with good intentions, but fall behind when the weeks and months pass. When you make resolutions for your oral health, start with lifestyle changes that will become a habit. Your oral health will continue to be a priority throughout this year and years into the future. Lifestyle changes must include home care....

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New Year Resolutions and Dental Health- Continued

HAPPY NEW YEAR! Let’s discuss the top two priorities that will help you make your care a priority in 2015.  Resolve to Visit Your Dentist at Least Two Times Per Year If you do not have any oral health problems, visit your dentist every six months.  However, if you have a problem that must be corrected,...