• October 2019 Dental Newsletter

    Cavities and Halloween Candy The holidays are fast approaching. In no time at all, you’ll be peering out your front window at masses of zombies, ninjas, and vampires eagerly going from house to house to stock up on Halloween candy. Perhaps you have a princess or pirate at home yourself, in which case,

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  • September 2019 Dental Newsletter

    Starting The School Year with a Dental Checkup As the summer is winding down and the new school year beginning, it’s important for your child to start on the right foot. After school supplies, new clothes, and some hefty sports gear, the next step is scheduling your child's dental appointment. The

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  • August 2019 Dental Newsletter

    Oral Implications of Gastroparesis Digestive problems lead to oral health trouble. That’s probably not surprising to anyone who has ever had heartburn so severe that it could be felt in their throat. Gastroparesis is a particularly concerning condition due to the long-term sensitivity and loss of function

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  • July 2019 Dental Newsletter

    Dental Care in the Summer With summer upon us, your family’s schedule may be booked with tons of activities that are going to keep you and your kids running around for the next couple of months. Being on the go often results in eating unhealthy foods with very little time to take care of your teeth.

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  • June 2019 Dental Newsletter

    Athletes Wearing Mouth Guards With an estimated 20-25 million kids playing competitive sports these days, there are more injuries to the mouth than ever. The National Youth Sports Foundation for Safety reported that an athlete is 60 times more likely to sustain damage to their teeth if they are not wearing

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  • May 2019 Dental Newsletter

    Temporomandibular disorders (TMD) are caused by complications with the temporomandibular joint (TMJ). Your TMJ lets you open and close your mouth, letting you partake in activities like eating and speaking. The joint consists of your muscles, jaw bone, and ligaments. When an injury or condition interferes

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  • April Dental Newsletter

    April is Oral Cancer Awareness Month. In the United States alone every hour of every day someone loses their life to oral or oropharyngeal cancer. It is the cancer of the mouth and upper throat. Only forty percent of patients diagnosed will live longer than five years. Patients often end up suffering

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  • Dental Newsletter March 2019

    Multiple Sclerosis and Oral Health Multiple sclerosis, or MS, is a lifelong disease that affects your brain, spinal cord, and the optic nerves in your eyes. It causes problems with muscle control, balance, and vision, along with other every day body functions. Motor function and coordination are heavily

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  • February 2019 Dental Newsletter

    The Dangers of Soda Over the last few years, the consumption of soda by kids, teens, and young adults has increased dramatically. These days it seems like everybody prefers to drink things that are sugary and acidic. What is important to realize is that these drinks offer no benefits to oral health (or

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  • January 2019 Dental Newsletter

    Caring for Oral Hygiene Products There are a variety of products used for oral hygiene care, including toothbrushes, tongue scrapers, and dental picks. These products are crucial to the cleanliness of your gums and teeth, but it is just as important that the products you use are clean. Bathrooms are

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  • 2018 Dental Newsletter

    December is National Safe Toys and Gifts Month. During their first winter, many children will receive teething toys and children with special needs may continue to enjoy them as their second set of teeth come in. There are many safe options available, but parents and other gift-givers may not be aware

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  • December 2018 Dental Newsletter

    National Safe Toys and Gifts Month December is National Safe Toys and Gifts Month. During their first winter, many children will receive teething toys and children with special needs may continue to enjoy them as their second set of teeth come in. There are many safe options available, but parents and

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  • November 2018 Dental Newsletter

    Dry Mouth and Dental Health What can cause dry mouth? Dry mouth, also called xerostomia, is lack of saliva that causes a dry, sticky feeling in the mouth and throat. Some people only experience this feeling with a nervous gulp once in a while, but a chronic dry mouth is detrimental to your health in

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  • October 2018 Dental Newsletter

    Progression of Gum Disease One of the biggest advancements in dentistry in recent years is our improved understanding of gum disease. Gum recession was once considered to be a normal part of the aging process. But dentists now regard it as treatable and have identified a number of diseases with which

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  • September 2018 Dental Newsletter

    Smoking At The Cost Of Oral Health Everyone knows smoking is harmful to the body and a person’s health. Despite all the known health risks, it is a notoriously hard habit to break. Many smokers struggle for years to quit and deal with the side effects and declining health while continuing to smoke.

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  • August 2018 Dental Newsletter

    Diabetes and Dental Health In the United States, 9.3% of the population is diagnosed with diabetes and it is estimated that an additional 8.1 million people in the country are living with undiagnosed diabetes. Diabetics need to be aware of the oral symptoms of diabetes, and learn how to protect their

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Monday:

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Tuesday:

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Wednesday:

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Saturday:

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Sunday:

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