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How Often Should I Visit My Dentist? 

No matter what age you are, maintaining your oral health is vital, and regularly visiting your dentist is one of the best ways to ensure your teeth and gums are healthy. Yet, about 100 million Americans fail to see a dentist yearly, which is nearly one-third of the country’s population.  

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What is Preventive Dentistry?

Preventive dentistry is the practice of maintaining good oral health to help fight off dental diseases. We’ll explain the most common preventive dentistry services, why they’re so important, and the types of dental plans you can get that can lower the cost of preventive dental care. 

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How Dental Mouthguards Can Solve Your Jaw Pain

If you wake up with jaw pain, headaches, or facial pain, you may be clenching or grinding your teeth. Since you're asleep when this happens, there’s not much you can do to control it. However, wearing a dental mouthguard can help protect your teeth from the wear of clenching and grinding. Let’s learn more about mouthguards and why you might need one.

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Six Ways To Keep Your Heart Healthy

Make sure to take good care of yourself, this year! A heart-healthy lifestyle includes knowing your body, managing stress, getting more sleep, sunshine, and exercise, making good food choices and maintaining good oral health. Here’s how to keep your heart strong and healthy.

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Keep Your Teeth Safe During Summer

With all of its joys, summer is not without its health and safety hazards. There are the obvious ones, like sunburns, bug bites, sports/water injuries, and car trouble, and then there are the lesser-known troubles - dental troubles - that can also put a real damper on things.

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How to Protect Your Teeth During Summer

This season brings big fun and an equally large potential to get sick with particularly disgusting diseases. Hot and humid temperatures are bacteria’s favorite environment. They’ll infest your food, skin, and innards if you give them a chance.

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Preventing SAD During Summer

Tell people you have Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD), and they’ll probably assume that you get depressed during the winter months. But, for a very small number of seasonal depression sufferers, it is summer that makes them sad.

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