Oral Cancer

Oral Cancer Bites

April is Oral Cancer Awareness Month. Approximately 42,000 people in the US will be newly diagnosed with oral cancer in 2021.The good news is that dentists are trained to detect signs of oral cancer during routine examinations. Early detection provides the best opportunity for a cure. Sadly, only half of all patients diagnosed with oral

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Teeth Cleaning

More Than Just A Cleaning

It’s Not Just a Cleaning!! Prevention should serve as a lifestyle pattern for total health, not the least of which is dental health. Prevention in dentistry leads to improved long-term oral health and reduced dental costs. It encourages a bright smile, fresh breath, and an overall good feeling or personal security. Dental Hygienists can provide

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New Year Smile

Goodbye 2020, Hello New Year, New YOU!

DO YOU LOVE YOUR SMILE? If your answer is no, you’re not alone. Many people refrain from laughing or smiling fully because they are unhappy with their smile or uncomfortable about the appearance of their teeth. 75% of people say that they are not happy with their smile. 85% of people say they would like

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Snoring Through the Holiday Season?

The Dangers of Snoring Snorers are often the brunt of many family jokes but “sawing logs” long term can lead to serious health problems. Sixty percent of men and forty percent of women between the ages of 41 and 65 are habitual snorers. Snoring increases greatly once people reach the age of 35. What causes

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November is American Diabetes Month

Consider that while almost 30 million people in the U.S. have some form of diabetes, one in four don’t even realize they’re walking around with the disease. National Diabetes Month is an annual event each November to boost awareness about the risk factors, symptoms, and types of diabetes. Diabetes is a disease that can affect

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Escape the Cavity Monster This Halloween!

I don’t want to put a damper on your Halloween fun so here are some tips for keeping the CAVITY MONSTER away! Avoid snacking on candy and drinking sugary beverages throughout the day. The plaque on your teeth contains bacteria that feeds on sugar and releases acid that attacks teeth. Continual sipping and snacking subjects

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