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Why do cavities hurt? We break down what cavities are, what causes the pain and how to treat your cavities. It's important to understand why cavities hurt.
Environmental consciousness is good for the planet and for your practice. Learn more about ensuring your office goody bags have a small footprint.
Allergies and sinus pressure can lead to a toothache if left untreated. Learn how to keep seasonal allergies at bay.
Vision health is tied to our overall health, and regular vision exams are essential to ensure you’re healthy inside and out, whether you’re 5-years-old or 50.
The drinking that comes along with St. Patrick’s Day can lead to tooth decay, so get in front of the problem by celebrating with a dash of oral health in mind!
Think dentures in old age are no big deal? Learn what the impacts of tooth loss are and how they can impact your health and happiness.
Everybody who’s been to the dentist has worked with one, but what exactly are the job duties of a dental assistant?
Use our checklist to find out if your child is secretly suffering from poor vision health. Then, use our tips to help them take the next steps toward healthy vision.
The love connection between the heart and oral health is the talk of your teeth. See how poor oral health leads to poor heart health and more.
Learn about why we provide vision coverage - and why eye exams matter even if you don’t wear glasses.
The ADA reports that the harmful effects of e-cigarettes now includes causing cavities.
The foods that cause tooth decay aren’t limited to sugars and sweets. Knowing other foods that cause tooth decay can help you make better choices for your oral and overall health.
There are a variety of reasons for why white spots appear on teeth. Click here to learn more.
A receding gum line can’t grow back, but it can be prevented. Learn more about what causes our gums to recede.
Grab a dollar bill and turn Washington’s frown upside down with this quick and easy dental-themed craft.
Because individuals diagnosed with diabetes have high blood sugar levels, they often have problems with their teeth and gums, making dental care for diabetics a critical part of care.
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