Posts Tagged: healthy habits



April 2nd, 2018
Mmm…Tasty foods and drinks that help prevent cavities

We’ve all heard about the foods that are bad for our teeth – the sugary treats, the acidic drinks, and why it’s important to brush and rinse to help protect your teeth from their harmful effects. But did you know there are tasty foods and drinks that can help prevent cavities, too? Tea We’ve written… Read more »

March 19th, 2018
World Oral Health Day

Today is World Oral Health Day – an important effort launched in 2013 to unite the globe in awareness of the importance of oral health. Your oral health is much more than straight, white teeth. In fact, your mouth is the gateway to the rest of your body. There are several conditions connected to your… Read more »

January 23rd, 2018
What your teeth say about you

Did you know that your teeth are as unique as your fingerprints? Not only can your teeth be used to identify you as an individual, but the characteristics of your teeth can tell a lot about you to anyone trained to see.     Do you: Grind your teeth? Grinding teeth, which causes them to… Read more »

January 17th, 2018
New year, new toothbrush

  Oral health professionals often suggest that you replace your toothbrush every three months or whenever you notice the bristles fraying – whichever is sooner – to keep your mouth healthy. There’s no better time to freshen up your toothbrush than at the new year! But what toothbrush is best for you? Manual Toothbrushes Consider… Read more »

November 8th, 2017
What to expect during open enrollment

Insurance coverage for most companies begins on January 1, so many hold their open enrollment right around now! We’ve put together a little guide on what you likely can expect as you go through the process of choosing your benefits for 2018. Your HR department will communicate that it is time to choose your next… Read more »

October 5th, 2017
Therapy Dogs in Dental Offices

In recent years, dental offices have incorporated many innovative techniques to help their patients relax in the chair – music, TVs, aromatherapy and even spa-like treatments. But there’s one that really gets our tails wagging: therapy dogs. Therapy dogs have long been used to help people, including veterans suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder and hospital… Read more »