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What To Do in a Dental Emergency

July 25, 2017.Individuals
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Even if your family has great oral health habits and visits the dentist regularly, there’s always a chance that the unexpected might happen. Whether your child experiences a tooth injury playing sports, or you develop sudden tooth pain, here’s what you need to know just in case a dental emergency occurs. If a Tooth Gets Knocked Out In the unlikely event that you or a family member loses a tooth — often from playing a sport or falling on a hard surface — don’t panic. Your dentist can likely put the tooth back in if you act quickly. After the tooth is knocked out, call your dentist immediately and try to get to their office within 30 minutes. The sooner they can address the knocked out tooth, the more likely they can safely place it back in. Before you head to the dentist’s office, either put the tooth back in [...]

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Myths and Facts About Teeth Whitening

July 11, 2017.Individuals
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Have you thought about having your teeth whitened? If so, you’re not alone. Americans are increasingly interested in teeth whitening services. According to an American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry survey, most cosmetic dentists say teeth whitening is their most popular procedure.

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10 Tips to Improve Your Smile During National Smile Month

June 27, 2017.Individuals
national smile month

This National Smile Month, we’re here with advice for you to keep your smile healthy. How many of these tips do you already follow? Where could you improve? Follow these tips and challenge yourself to make a change for the better. Your smile will show the difference.

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School’s Out, But Oral Health Shouldn’t Be

June 13, 2017.Individuals
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With the school year coming to a close and three months of summer to look forward to, oral health is likely one of the last things on your child’s mind. But between family vacations, outdoor sports and warmer weather, summertime presents plenty of opportunities for your child to develop cavities or damage their teeth if they aren’t practicing smart oral health habits. With these tips, you can protect your family’s oral health this summer break.

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How Does Dental Insurance Work?

May 23, 2017.Individuals
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You likely brush and floss your teeth every day, but how often do you think about dental insurance? If you’re like many of us, probably not until the moment you need a dentist. People who have dental coverage are more likely to visit the dentist regularly. Visiting the dentist means you are more likely receiving the preventive care you need to help avoid more comprehensive and costly dental treatment in the future. Having the security of dental insurance means you are more likely to get the care you need when you need it at an affordable cost.

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