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Is Tea Bad for Your Teeth?

On any given day, over 159 million Americans are drinking tea. It’s so popular that it even has a month dedicated to it: January is officially “National Hot Tea Month.” Hot tea can support your oral health, but it can also cause dental problems. We’re about to spill the tea on how to enjoy your tea and protect your smile. 

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A Healthy Thanksgiving Feast for Your Teeth

Your oral health probably isn’t the first thing on your mind when it comes to Thanksgiving. And, yes, you should indulge a bit – it’s Thanksgiving! But you may want to make sure that most of your feast is delicious, healthy food. The good news is that’s not hard, since many traditional T-day dishes are good for your smile and overall health.  

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Halloween Candy & Dental Health

Seems like so many of our National Holidays are celebrated with unhealthy food and drinks. But you can enjoy the fun and still maintain your smile and health. Here are some tips to help you ensure that Halloween doesn’t turn into a dental horror show!

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Dental Emergency While Traveling? Here's What to Do

Having to deal with a dental emergency while traveling or on vacation is no one’s idea of a fun time. Follow our tips below to save your vacation by helping to reduce the chance you’ll have dental problems on your trip and make it easier to manage if you do.  

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Can a Dirty Toothbrush Make You Sick?

Your mouth can harbor hundreds of different types of microorganisms (germs), which according to the American Dental Association (ADA), can transfer to your toothbrush during use. The following the tips below will help keep your toothbrush hygienic and able to do its one job: cleaning your teeth.  

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