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    Relationship between Dental Health and Aging

    Relationship between Dental Health and Aging As human beings grow older, it becomes more crucial to stress on proper dental and teeth care. There is a popular misconception that it is inevitable to lose a tooth. However, it is incorrect as teeth can last for an entire...

    Myths about Oral Health

    Myths about Oral Health Your mouth serves as the window to how healthy you are. However, there may be several confusions related to how oral care impacts the well-being of a person. Here are some of the myths of oral care busted. When there is a bad breath, it...

    Effect of Menopause on Tooth and Gums

    Effect of Menopause on Tooth and Gums Whenever the hormone levels in a woman’s body undergo drastic changes, they affect her gums and the other tissues that are located nearby. It also has an effect on the surrounding tissues whose function is to support the teeth....

    Nutrition Strategies for Healthier Teeth

    Nutrition Strategies for Healthier Teeth Many people do not realize how important dental health is. Moreover, the type of nutrients one takes in can also have a big impact on his or her dental health. It is impossible to chew if you don’t have your teeth. You can eat...

    Excessive Junk Food Causes Damage to the Teeth

    Excessive Junk Food Causes Damage to the Teeth When you munch on something or drink copious quantities of aerated liquids, bacteria takes root on the enamel of the teeth resulting in cavities, tooth decay, chipped teeth, stained teeth and so on. Unfortunately, it does...

    Tips on How to Keep Your Teeth White

    No matter how hard you brush your teeth or try to floss them, you are still bound to end up with some form of teeth discoloration. The loss of that signature whiteness, that was once normal in your teeth, can be attributed to a lot of things. For some, aging plays a...
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    Dear patients,

    We continue to closely monitor the situation regarding the Coronavirus/COVID-19 and take all necessary steps to follow the ADA, CDC and national guidelines. The ADA has the recommendation to close dental offices for two weeks time, we have decided to close our dental office now with the intent to re-open on Tuesday, March 31st (subject to change).

    Please be patient with our team as we work to keep everyone on schedule with their treatment.

    In the event of a dental emergency please call our office.

    Thank you for your understanding.

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