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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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  • July 2018 Dental Newsletter

    The Dangers of Plaque and Tartar Accumulation Preventive measures in dental treatment are intended to defend against the onset of disease. Patients of all ages benefit from preventive dental services that are designed to fend off periodontal disease, tooth sensitivity, cavities, and even oral infections.

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  • June 2018 Dental Newsletter

    Dental Care for Children Even the smallest teeth need attention and care. Infants will start to teethe at about six months old, and many of the baby teeth will erupt above the gum line by the time the child is one year old. This is why the first dental appointment for your child should take place

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  • May 2018 Dental Newsletter

    Lupus Awareness Month and Oral Health May is Lupus Awareness Month. If you’re not quite sure how that relates to oral health, you’re not alone. Lupus is a little-understood disease, which is why health professionals make a point this time of year of educating people about its symptoms. This most

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  • April 2018 Dental Newsletter

    Nutrition and Oral Health: You are What You Eat If you’ve ever heard the expression, “you are what you eat,” there may be more truth to that than you think. Our mouth is a tool that keeps the machine, also known as our body, strong. In order to keep the mouth healthy, you need to give it what

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  • March 2018 Dental Newsletter

    Reasons for Extractions Dentists have made great strides in saving teeth, but there are still times when extractions are necessary. These situations often arise when there is not enough room in the mouth for an entire adult set of thirty-two teeth, when a tooth has been badly cracked down its root,

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  • Feb 2018 Dental Newsletter

    Common Mistakes in Oral Care Routines Brushing and flossing every day is the best way to maintain your oral health and protect your teeth against decay, and if you complete both of these steps at least twice a day, then you’re doing great! However, even people who practice proper oral care regimens

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  • January 2018 Dental Newsletter

    New Year, New Ways to Improve Your Smile With 2018 in full swing, it’s time to put the previous year behind us and start making some smile goals that are worth sticking to. A healthy mouth can result in a beautiful smile, but it also provides a foundation for a healthier you. To improve your smile

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  • December 2017 Dental Newsletter

    Keeping Your Mouth Healthy Through the Holidays During the holidays we gather, celebrate, and often indulge. This is the time of year we all deserve to enjoy ourselves and have an extra treat. In the middle of all the festivities, you can still make good choices to protect your teeth, tongue, and gums.

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  • November Dental Newsletter

    Be Thankful for the Teeth You Have You may be surprised to learn that the earliest documentation of teeth were not individual structures, but rather tough, bumpy plates that ancient fish would use like sandpaper to crush and shred their food. Fast forward 400 million years and the evolution of teeth

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  • October 2017 Dental Newsletter

    Enamel Erosion Among the reasons why people suffer from sensitive teeth, one of the most common is enamel erosion. Enamel is the substance that makes up the outermost layer of the teeth. It is the hardest substance in the body and it protects the sensitive dentin layer and pulp. However, once it’s

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2600 Union Lake Road ~ Suite 130 Commerce Township, MI, 48382

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Our Regular Schedule

Monday:

9:00am-7:00PM

Tuesday:

Closed

Wednesday:

10:00am-7:00pm

Thursday:

9:00am-3:00 pm

Friday:

9:00am-5:00pm

Saturday:

9:00am-3:00pm (by appointment)

Sunday:

Closed