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The Usual Suspects: 5 Worst Foods to Get Stuck In Your Teeth

March 13, 2024

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a man checking his teeth for food and debris

You’re getting ready to speak to an audience for a presentation or you’re simply preparing to go on a date. The last thing you want is to have something stuck in your teeth for all to see. While having debris and food around your pearly whites can impact your smile’s appearance, certain kinds of meals can negatively affect your oral health. Keep reading to learn some of the worst foods that can get stuck between your teeth and what you can do about it.


Have an Upcoming Dental Checkup? Be Sure to Mention These Health Factors!

March 5, 2024

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man smiling in dental mirror during checkup

At first glance, a dental checkup may seem solely focused on your teeth and gums. However, your dentist is also interested in the interconnectedness of your overall health and its impact on your smile. While some issues may arise naturally in conversation during your appointment, it’s crucial to proactively share any crucial health information with your dentist. Here are some important factors to discuss during your next visit!


Dealing with Dental Crowns: How Long Do They Last?

February 12, 2024

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Dentist building dental crowns

If you’ve had a severely damaged or decayed tooth, or have ever had a root canal, then your dentist probably fitted you with a dental crown after treating it. These tooth-shaped caps are customized to be the ideal shape and shade to match your smile. They’re placed over your vulnerable tooth to restore functionality and prevent additional injury. Many patients wonder, though, just how long they can expect their dental crown to last. If you’re curious, keep reading to learn more!


3 Tooth-Healthy Gifts for Valentines’ Day

February 2, 2024

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teddy bear that says "love"

Valentines’ Day is almost here, and if you have someone you love there are easy gifts you can get them. You might have considered just buying them a box of chocolates on the day of. Everyone’s been there. But it’s not the most creative idea, and more than that, it can be absolutely disastrous for your partner’s oral health.

This year, it might be a good idea to pick something up that both your loved one and their dentist will like. Here are a few ideas.


Up in Smoke: The Oral Health Risks of Vaping

January 26, 2024

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Man reaching for vape pen despite oral health risks

Vaping, once touted as a safer alternative to smoking traditional cigarettes, has gained a lot of popularity in recent years. Some people who enjoy the practice are trying to kick their tobacco habit, others simply enjoy the flavored vapor. But however harmless vaping may appear, it still poses many risks to oral health that are often swept under the rug. If you’re curious about how vaping can affect your oral health, continue reading.


Protect Your Oral Health While Working Out During the New Year

January 12, 2024

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Woman smiles after running

The New Year is a time for new beginnings, and many people use this fresh start as an opportunity to start good habits and kick some bad ones. One of the most popular New Year’s resolutions is getting in shape. While taking care of your flexibility, cardiovascular health, and physical strength are all excellent habits to get into, they can present risks to your oral health if you are not careful. Here are a few tips for working out without harming your smile.


Gifts that Gleam: Smile-Friendly Stocking Stuffers

December 15, 2023

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A family smiling as they exchange dentist-approved stocking stuffers

In the hustle of the holidays, it can be easy to let a few details slip through the cracks. Even if you manage to get a great gift for every person on your list, you may leave out the stocking stuffers! But what could you possibly get your family if they already have everything they want? Your dentist may have a few ideas! How about some dentist-approved tools and treats?

Read on to discover some stocking stuffer ideas to make your family’s holiday a great one for their dental health!


How Can Cosmetic Dentistry Improve Your Career?

December 8, 2023

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Smiling woman in business attire with beautiful teeth

Are you looking for a new job, or are you searching for ways to move forward on your current career path? Doing things like learning new skills and polishing your resume can certainly be helpful, but did you know that your teeth could actually play a role in helping you succeed? That’s right — a beautiful smile can be a powerful force in almost any workplace. How exactly might cosmetic dentistry — and the gorgeous teeth that come with it — improve your career? This blog post explains.


Appreciate Your Teeth This Thanksgiving

November 15, 2023

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Family gathered for large mealYour teeth are important for more than a beautiful smile. They allow you to break down food and work with your saliva to kick-start digestion. Your teeth also affect your speech. As you gather with friends and loved ones during the holidays, here are 5 ways to give your teeth a little appreciation.


Plaque & How to Remove It

November 2, 2023

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dental tool removing plaque from a smile

Chances are, you’ve heard about plaque and its potential threat to your smile from dentists. However, many people are unsure of exactly what plaque is. Understanding the details of how this substance comes to be and what it does to your smile is essential for keeping your beam healthy. So, to know more about plaque and how to effectively combat it, keep reading.

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