Monthly Archives: June 2016

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5 Ways Oral Hygiene May Save Your Life

The Mouth is the Mirror of Your Body’s Wellness

Did you know that some symptoms and signs of certain diseases will show in the mouth first? That means regular dental checkups can also serve as an early warning system to detect potential health issues!

Research is unearthing evidence that says that skipping mouth care is a dangerous strategy […]

By |June 29th, 2016|Oral Health|Comments Off on 5 Ways Oral Hygiene May Save Your Life

Favorite Treats That are Good for Your Teeth

Pinch Yourself, You’re Not Dreaming

Studies have revealed that a few of our most favorite dietary vices may actually have cavity-fighting properties and be good for your teeth. Here’s a quick breakdown:

Dark Chocolate

All hail the cocoa bean!  This news may have been around awhile, but it’s still good news. Cocoa beans, which are used to make […]

By |June 22nd, 2016|Oral Health|Comments Off on Favorite Treats That are Good for Your Teeth

Father’s Day Gift Ideas That Will Have Dad Smiling

This Father’s Day Give Dad a Dental Gift to Keep Him Healthy for Years to Come

Father’s Day is just around the corner, on Sunday, June 19. June is also Men’s Health Month, where we devote extra time to help the Dads we know and love to remember to care for themselves as much as they […]

By |June 15th, 2016|Oral Health|Comments Off on Father’s Day Gift Ideas That Will Have Dad Smiling

Smoothies for Your Smile

What You Eat and Drink Can Deteriorate or Fortify Teeth

Not all smoothies are created equally. It is very easy to make a smoothie that is loaded with sugar, and while it may taste good, can contribute to tooth decay, cavities, gum disease, and an array of other health problems.

Here’s three great smoothies for a healthy […]

By |June 8th, 2016|Oral Health|Comments Off on Smoothies for Your Smile

5 Dental Apps That Will Keep Your Oral Health on Track

 Mobile Apps That Keep Your Smile Bright and Mouth Clean

Many mobile dental applications are available free, others are free to download but require a paid upgrade or annual subscription for full functionality, and some apps must be purchased. Fees can be as nominal as 99 cents or range into the hundreds of dollars. According to […]

By |June 1st, 2016|Oral Health|Comments Off on 5 Dental Apps That Will Keep Your Oral Health on Track
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