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Oral health is essential to overall health, yet it is often overlooked, especially among men. Less than 50% of men brush their teeth twice daily. In part, men may neglect their dental care due to busy lifestyles or a misconception that dental care is not...

  April is Oral Cancer Awareness Month, and there are important reasons why you should care. Despite advances in healthcare, oral cancer will affect approximately 58,500 people in the U.S. in 2024, and most cases are diagnosed at stages 3 and 4. This is because oral...

The significance of strong and well-maintained teeth cannot be overstated. Our teeth serve essential functions, facilitating the breakdown and digestion of food and allowing the absorption of nutrients into our bodies. Additionally, they contribute to a radiant smile. Beyond cosmetic reasons, healthy teeth are crucial...

  Visiting the dentist twice per year is recommended to ensure the health of your mouth above and below the gumline. While anxiety is the number one reason many Americans skip routine dental cleaning each year, over 20% skip the dentist due to cost. With numerous...

There are so many reasons to smile every day. In addition to being the universal language of joy, a smile can influence various aspects of our health, including oral health. Smiling boosts your immune system, and a more robust immune system protects against dental health...

As we approach the holiday season, filled with festive gatherings, we commonly overindulge in the enjoyment of foods and sweets. Even as we allow ourselves a little grace to eat to our delight, there are still mindful eating practices that can enhance your overall well-being...

  The season of gratitude is here, and as we gather around the table with family and friends, we eagerly dive into our favorite Thanksgiving foods. As you pile up your plate and savor the flavors of turkey, cranberries, and leafy greens, you might be surprised...

It's that time of the year when ghouls, ghosts, and goblins come out to play, and we're not talking about dental plaque! Halloween is just around the corner, filled with clever costumes, school parties, and neighborhood trick-or-treating. Cutting loose, having fun, and enjoying special moments...

  We are in the business of smiles, but did you know dental care needs vary by age? Before being outpaced by Millennials, Baby Boomers were once the largest generation of our time. Born between 1946 and 1964, Boomers are now at an age where their...

Our bodies undergo various natural changes as we age, and our oral health is no exception. Like any other age group, seniors deserve to enjoy a healthy, confident smile reflecting their overall well-being. How does our mouth change as we age, and how might that...