Oral Health

Your Oral Health Matters

A specific author I enjoy reading delivered an inspirational “self-help” book in which one of his lessons for life is to “take care of yourself as though you are taking care of someone you care about.” It seems like a trivial message, but it happens all too often that some will focus on ensuring their

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New Smiles for a New Year

It’s a new year, and as I reflect on the intimate time spent over the holidays with family and friends, celebrating the season and appreciating those cherished moments of joy and giving, I can only sum it all up in four simple words: I ate too much. Yes, once again, we start the new year

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Your Advice for a Healthy Dental Diet

As the old cliché goes, you are what you eat, and I believe it. For instance, who doesn’t think fruitcake eaters are slightly nutty, or honey lovers tend to be a bit sweet, and we all know if you’re brave enough to try roadkill, well, you’re probably dead meat. Of course, I can’t take all

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Preventative Approaches to Delaying Treatment

I’m beginning to slowly understand there are many stages to parenting.  Having just recently ventured into the teenage realm, I say to myself, “Surely I didn’t act like this when I was that age.”  It’s hard to believe how quickly your once energetic and helpful child is suddenly stricken with these intermittent phases of paralysis

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An Obvious Observation of Men’s Oral Health

Often we find ourselves discussing certain matters or hearing particular statements that are so blatantly obvious we simply do not question their legitimacy.  I recently ran across an article that discussed how through scientific methods, certain obvious facts were proven true such as pigs really do love mud (they lack sweat glands), and cereal actually

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The Dental & Medical Connection

It can happen on any typical day. My kids are once again struggling to maintain their composure as they impatiently stare at the spinning Netflix circle, eagerly awaiting for the ever so frustrating buffer cycle of their anticipated show. Amongst their complaints, I find myself reminding them of times long ago when cartoons were only

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