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Making Oral Hygiene Fun for Teens and Teenagers

Making Oral Hygiene Fun For Teens

MANY PARENTS mention how difficult it can be to get their teens to practice good oral hygiene. The teenage years are rife with junk food, soda consumption, and in some cases, an indifference to daily brushing and flossing. Although it may be challenging, motivating teens toward better oral health care is extremely important. For the teenagers of this generation, a
What Causes Bad Breath?

What Causes Bad Breath? Or Halitosis?

LET’S JUST SAY IT… bad breath is unpleasant. And yet we’ve all suffered from it. Sometimes, however, it’s worse than others. You may wonder, what causes bad breath? And perhaps more importantly, what is the best way to prevent it? Bad breath, or halitosis, can be caused by a number of things. Here are some reasons your breath may not
What Every College Student Should Know About Dental Health

What Every College Student Should Know About Dental Health

GOING OFF TO COLLEGE can drastically throw off a young adult’s normal at-home routine. Brushing and flossing, making healthy eating choices, and keeping up with routine appointments can become difficult for college students. Late Night College Life Can Be Hard On A Smile One of the biggest lifestyle changes for college students is the surge in late-night study sessions and
No More Gooey Messes! No More Gagging! The iTero is Here!

No More Gagging At the Dentist – iTero is Here!

What is iTero? iTero is cutting edge technology that makes an excellent - and pleasant - first impression. iTero allows our doctors to take a completely digital 3D impression (no gooey impression goop!) of your teeth and bite. The iTero Scanner The iTero scanner enables our doctors to get an extremely precise, digital 3D image of the individual elements of
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Music, Oral Health And Hearing

HAVE YOU EVER HEARD your favorite music performed live? You likely noticed things that often don’t come across in a low-quality recording—the exact texture of the instruments and richness of the sound, for example. The parts of our auditory system that pick these things up are delicate, and can be dulled by trauma or disease. What does this have to