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Helping your child have a successful visit!

If you’re the parent of a child with special needs, you know some things like a dental visit can be challenging. Depending on your child’s needs, there are a few things you can do to make their visit go more smoothly.

Prepare Your Child for Their Visit

There are lots of things that you can do to help your child know what to expect during their visit.

You can look at the dentist’s website together and look at staff pictures to familiarize your child with who they will meet. You can watch videos of a dental office visit. You can drive by the dental office ...

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Is Teeth Whitening Bad for you??

A recent survey showed that 80% of Americans aged 18-49 wish they had whiter teeth and that 6 out of 10 people believe that having whiter teeth would make them more confident[1]. Thanks to incredible advances in whitening technology, getting that bright smile you’ve always dreamed of is now safer and more accessible than ever. Still, there are people who want whiter teeth but are hesitant to whiten for various reasons.  Whether it’s for fear of pain, tooth damage, or the ...

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Fun Brushing Calendar

A new year is upon us and with it, new resolutions.  Help your kids create healthy habits with these free downloadable brushing calendars from mouthhealthkids.org and the American Dental Association.  

It's also a great time to schedule your kids dentist appointments for 2018, call us at the office or click here to request an appointment online.

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Are you losing out on your dental benefits?

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Every year New Year's day rolls in and sweeps away millions of dollars in unused dental benefits and flex savings plans.  You work hard for your benefits don't let them go to waste if you have lost track of your dental exams or have been procrastinating a filling or crown check with your dentist's office they can help you find out if you have unused coverage.  Head over to the American Dental Association for more tips about making the most of your plan.

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Open Enrollment--It’s that time of year again

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As the leaves turn and fall sets in, the season brings with it the annual open enrollment period for health insurance. As health care costs rise, it might be tempting to opt out of dental coverage for your family to save the monthly premium dollars. However, that might not be the right move. Why not, you ask?

 

Oral health is a very important part of your overall health. Simple untreated cavities can lead to more serious problems, such as ...

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