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Don’t Let a Thanksgiving Feast Lead to Stained Teeth

November 10, 2023

Filed under: Uncategorized — adcdyer @ 9:22 pm
Turkey

Thanksgiving dinner is a great time to catch up with family and old friends. The traditional spread is full of delicious foods like turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes, and green bean casserole. However, some items on a typical Thanksgiving menu can cause stains or discoloration in your teeth. Here are a few of these items and how you can keep your teeth safe from stains when enjoying your holiday meal.

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5 Tips to Prevent a Scary Smile This Halloween!

October 26, 2023

Filed under: Uncategorized — adcdyer @ 4:40 am
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Halloween is just around the corner! As you are finishing putting up decorations and the finishing touches on your costume, something you should consider is your smile. Having buckets of candy around doesn’t have the best effect on teeth this time of year. You don’t want to leave the spooky season with a scary smile, so it’s important that you take all the right steps to care for it. Here are some tips to help you keep your pearly whites in tip-top shape this Halloween!

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Do You Know The Different Parts of Your Mouth?

September 19, 2023

Filed under: Uncategorized — adcdyer @ 3:41 pm
Grayscale x-ray style image of a jaw with teeth

Oral health involves a lot more than just our teeth! Our mouths are made of many different components working together so that we can eat, speak, smile, breathe, and digest food. Knowing all the parts can help us understand why caring for them is so important and why it’s wise to keep up with dental appointments. Keep reading to learn more!

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3 Tips to Help You Ace Your Next Dental Exam

August 4, 2023

Filed under: Uncategorized — adcdyer @ 2:09 pm
Little girl high fiving dentist's gloved hand as he squats to her height in exam room

With the start of the new school year looming ahead, your to-do list is probably miles long. In the midst of the chaos, make sure to keep maintaining your oral health. Protecting your grin and preventing tooth trouble sets you up for success this upcoming semester. Use these 3 tips to ace your next dental exam and impress your new peers!

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Veneers: The Secret to a Beach-Ready Smile

July 10, 2023

Filed under: Uncategorized — adcdyer @ 2:35 am
person smiling on beach

As summer’s vibrant days beckon, it’s the perfect time to embark on a journey toward a brighter, more confident smile. If you’re eager to make some enhancements to your pearly whites, look no further. Continue reading to learn about the transformative potential of veneers, offering you valuable insights on how they can pave the way for a beach-ready smile that truly shines.

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Going on Vacation? Here Are 4 Oral Health Tips for a Great Trip!

June 15, 2023

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Can you imagine finally getting to your destination, unpacking your bags, heading to your first dinner… and immediately sustaining a dental injury? This happens more often than you might think, and handling a cracked, chipped, or fractured tooth while away from home can be extremely stressful. The good news is that simple best practices, like maintaining good dental care, can help prevent that from happening to you. So, read on to learn four vacation-specific oral health tips!

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3 Reasons You Should Never Skip Visiting the Dentist

May 5, 2023

Filed under: Uncategorized — adcdyer @ 8:52 pm
a person attending their routine dental checkup

When it comes to maintaining a healthy and beautiful smile, you can’t do it alone, and your dentist is perhaps your greatest ally in the ongoing battle against oral health issues. By regularly visiting them for checkups and cleanings, you’re ensuring that your teeth and gums are in the best possible shape—and unfortunately, even skipping just one of these visits can potentially spell bad news for your smile. Here are three reasons why you shouldn’t miss out on these biannual visits if you want what’s best for your pearly whites.

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How to Invest Your Tax Refund in Your Smile

April 4, 2023

Filed under: Uncategorized — adcdyer @ 5:57 pm
young adult with a beautiful smile

Tax season is coming to an end, which means that it won’t be long before tax refunds start coming in the mail. Given that you’re probably still in the financial mindset, you might be interested in investing your tax refund in something that will save you more money in the long run.

Using your tax refund on your oral health is not only a great way to feel better, but also a smart place to put your money. Here are some ways your dentist can help you save some cash in the long run.

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Protect Your Smile: The Importance of Early Detection

March 28, 2023

Filed under: Uncategorized — adcdyer @ 1:38 am
a woman smiling during her dental checkup

With many things in life, it’s best to tend to an issue before it gets too out of hand. If your “check engine” light comes on in your car, you want to get it checked out before the problem becomes worse. The same goes for your smile. When it comes to your oral health, prevention is key. If you take the time to attend your six-month dental checkups, you can stop major problems in their tracks before they cost you more time, money, and well-being! Read on to learn five important reasons why early detection of oral health issues is so vital.

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4 Products That Will Get Your Kid Excited About Children’s Dental Health Month!

February 28, 2023

Filed under: Uncategorized — adcdyer @ 6:59 pm
Young boy smiling while working on notebook at home

Did you know that February is Children’s Dental Health Month? So, if you’ve been trying to pique your little one’s interest in all things dental care, there is truly no time like the present! If you’re unsure where to start, then keep reading to learn four oral hygiene products to consider for Children’s Dental Health Month.

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