Skip the sugar. Help prevent tooth decay. When it comes to food and drink, we oftentimes consider how what we consume will affect our stomach, waistlines and even heart before we think twice about our teeth and gums. However, what we put in our mouths matters, and sadly, some of the things we enjoy most…

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On this week of Thanksgiving, we find ourselves counting our many blessings as we reflect on the people who have impacted our business and touched our hearts. Thanks for your business and trust. What an honor to be entrusted with the task of helping your teeth, gums and mouth stay healthy and strong! We are…

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No matter your lifestyle, favorite flavor, or condition of your gums and teeth, there is safe, ADA-approved toothpaste for you! Last year, we wrote about the ins and outs of toothpaste in the post,”Toothpaste as a Whole”  This week, we would like to again turn our thoughts towards toothpaste as we dig a little deeper into…

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Though Lake Cities Dental cannot take cancer away, they actively battle it daily as they strive to provide patients with an early diagnosis through screenings. Last week we made oral cancer our focus in our post, Oral Cancer | A Candid Conversation | Part I”. This week we will continue our candid conversation about oral cancer while focusing…

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Everyone has a Cancer Story The more we know, the better we become at taking healthy measures towards fighting and preventing disease Everyone has witnessed the diagnosis of a member of his or her family, a friend, an acquaintance or has been diagnosed his or herself. Though cancer can be an uncomfortable topic of conversation, it is nevertheless…

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Emergency dentistry

There are many theories about what actually causes Bruxism and leads teeth to grind and clench. Have you ever woken to the sound of mysterious grinding in the night and looked over to see your partner lying next to you with tension in his or her jaw?  Do your children clench their teeth as they sleep? …

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  Our televisions, radios, magazines, bookstores, and even grocery stores are overflowing Eating for your teeth means embracing and consuming a well-balanced diet of foods from every food group. with words like “organic”, “paleo”, “vegan”, “low carb”, and “gluten-free”.  Today, many are searching for the diet or lifestyle that will help them feel better, look better, and…

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