Oral & Vision Health Blog

Save Your Vision: Eye Diseases

The eyes -- many of us take them for granted. But because they provide us with so much information about the world around us, it’s very important to take good care of them. Since ...
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Your Teen’s Wisdom Teeth Need to Come Out: What You Should Know

Ever wondered why wisdom teeth are called wisdom teeth? They’re called that because they normally come in between ages 17-21—when young people are old enough to have gained some ...
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Bottle Rot Blues: Helping your Baby Avoid it

Baby bottle tooth decay, also known as bottle rot, is a condition that affects your child's baby teeth. It's tooth decay that occurs when your child's teeth have prolonged ...
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Your Dental Questions Answered: How Do I Know If I Have a Cavity?

Often the first thought that comes to mind when you are experiencing tooth pain is "Uh oh, I have a cavity." According to the Mayo Clinic, symptoms of cavities include:
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Whitening Your Teeth: Things to Consider

Thinking about making your pearly whites even whiter? Before you grab white strips off the shelf or order whitening systems online, make an appointment with your dentist. It’s a ...
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Think You're Too Old To Get Braces? Think Again!

Most adults, when they think of braces, conjure up an image of a middle-school child with metal mouth and an awkward smile. The truth is, no age is too old to have them. It's ...
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To Floss or Not to Floss Your Teeth? 4 Reasons You Must!

Looking for a simple resolution for the new year? Floss more!
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Breast Cancer Awareness Month: Eye and Mouth Care During Chemo

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Here's what you need to know about eye and mouth care during chemo.
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Tips on Choosing Oral Hygiene Products

There are a lot of oral hygiene products on the market, and it can be hard to know which ones to choose for you and your family's specific needs. Just looking at the oral hygiene ...
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Protect Your Eyes from Fireworks

Fourth of July and New Year’s Eve are great opportunities to spend time with family and friends. From throwing a backyard BBQ to enjoying a day off work, there’s not much more you ...
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