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Dental Services That Will Have Your Smile Red-Carpet Ready

The 88th Academy Awards will be held on February 28. Viewers everywhere will tune in to see if their favorite actors, actresses, directors, and other cinematic professionals will win their Oscars. But when it comes to watching the Academy Awards, finding out who gets the big wins is only part of the fun. Watching who comes with who and seeing who wears what is a large part of what makes the Oscars worth throwing a party or friendly gathering for. Year after ... Read more

How to Stop Snoring and End Family Fatigue

How to Stop Snoring and End Family Fatigue When you first met the love of your life, they referred to your nightly snoring as a barely noticeable purr. It was cute and endearing; they even said it was calming, like white noise — and you spent each night blissfully cuddling. The honeymoon is long over, and now you spend more of your nights sleeping alone than you did when you were single. Your children and relatives are keeping the earplug industry afloat, and ... Read more

Eat and Smile Strong

5 foods (and wine!) for healthy teeth When it comes to your oral health, you’ve probably received a lot of information about what not to eat and drink in order to maintain a healthy, bright white smile. Sugary treats, sticky sweets, and foods that are hard and crunchy can all cause decay or chip and break your pearly whites. Well, we’ve got good news for you! There are still plenty of foods that will please your palate while helping you build stronger, healthier ... Read more

Benefit From Your Unused Benefits Before They’re Gone

Fall is here, and you only have a couple of months left to get the most out of your yearly dental insurance. Though visiting the dentist may not be your favorite item on your annual to-do list, it is key to maintaining optimal oral health. With the holidays — and all of those treats and sweets — on the horizon, now is the perfect time to prepare and protect your pearly whites so you can enjoy the celebratory season that lies ... Read more

Treating Periodontal Disease Is More Important Than Ever Before

Recent research has shown that the health consequences of gum disease are perhaps much more serious than previously believed. Certain strains of bacteria found in neglected gum tissue have been linked to an increased risk of heart attack, diabetes, and even adverse pregnancy outcomes. Gingivitis is the onset of periodontal disease in its mildest form. Most people learn from their dentist at a young age what gingivitis is and how to know if they have it: Gums that are slightly red, swollen, ... Read more
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