Oral & Vision Health Blog

4 Ways to Reduce Stress at Home

Recently life has changed due to COVID-19. We have all been placed into a new role and routine. Whether you’ve made your home your new office, your kid’s classroom, roommate ...
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Stock Up! How To Boost Your Immune System during COVID-19

As we start to feel the full effect of COVID-19, it’s important to stay on top of not just your oral and vision health, but your immune health as well. You’re probably ...
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3 Ways Vaping Could Affect Your Smile

You walk down the street and are enveloped by a cloud of smoke that smells like … strawberries? Known as Electronic cigarettes, E-cigs or Vapes – it’s a craze that has proven ...
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Carnivore or Plant-based Diets: Which Is Best for Your Teeth?

You’re gathered around the table, ready for another meal. Looking around the room, you see so many options. Meats, chesses, fruits, vegetables -- how can you ever decide? With ...
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Five Healthier Holiday Foods for Your Teeth and Vision

Dinner parties, family gatherings, corporate outings -- the holiday season is here! We’re used to this time of year taking a toll on our wallets and waistlines, but if you’re ...
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Food trends: What’s really good or bad for your teeth?

Turmeric, acai bowls, avocado toast, oat milk, celery water – it seems like there’s always a new food trend we should incorporate into our daily lives. Most of us tend to focus ...
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Blue Light Lenses: Are They Right For You?

If you work in an office, you might have noticed more and more people are wearing glasses without a prescription. Why?
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What does medically necessary mean?

There are a lot of terms in the insurance industry that can be quite confusing. Acute care, allowable charge, benefit year, co-payment – what do any of these words mean? We ...
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Ask Your Dentist: Questions to Help Prepare Your Special Needs Child for the Dentist

Having a child with special needs may make you feel like your family is 1 in a million.
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Bonding and Reshaping Your Teeth

You look in the mirror and something catches your eye -- could it be?
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