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How Prioritizing Your Child’s Oral Health Can Ensure Academic Success

August 16, 2023

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a student smiling with good oral health at school

With summer over and school coming back in session, there are plenty of things that your child will need to do to get ready for the new semester. Other than getting them the supplies they need for academic success, helping them maintain healthy pearly whites is also essential. After all, cavities are very common and can easily develop without proper care. Read on to learn several tips to keep your child from needing to head to the dentist often throughout the school year.


Top 4 Reasons to Start Invisalign During the Summer

July 11, 2023

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a man smiling during summer while undergoing Invisalign

Have you been wanting to get Invisalign to straighten your pearly whites? While the treatment is typically quicker and more comfortable than traditional braces, you may be wondering when the best time is to begin the process. Fortunately, now that the warmer weather is here, spending your days in the sun with family and friends might just be the moment you’ve been waiting for. Read on to learn four reasons summer is the ideal time to start Invisalign.


Dental Emergency During Summer Vacation? Here’s What To Do

June 13, 2023

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a woman experiencing a dental emergency during summer vacation

A dental emergency can often feel unsettling or overwhelming, especially if you’re already traveling overseas or away from home for summer vacation. If you experience one during your trip, you’ll want to remain calm and act quickly to address the situation. Read on to learn what you should do if you ever encounter a dental emergency during your summertime fun.


3 Cosmetic Dentistry Options for a Perfect Graduation Smile

May 10, 2023

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a graduate student smiling after undergoing cosmetic dentistry

Do you have a high school or college student who is finally going to graduate? To celebrate this momentous day, you can be sure that they’ll want to look their best for all the pictures you’re going to take. Other than planning a get-together afterward, enhancing their smile with cosmetic dentistry can be a major boost in their appearance and self-confidence! Read on to learn which dental procedures they can choose from to upgrade their pearly whites for their graduation day.


Got Your Tax Refund? Here’s Why You Should Invest It In Your Smile

April 11, 2023

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a woman excited about her tax refund

April is typically the month when people start getting their tax refunds. If you’ve finally received yours, then you’re likely figuring out how you can spend your extra funds. Though it’s incredibly tempting to use it for things like entertainment or vacation, you should consider investing it in your oral health. Keep reading to learn the top three reasons you ought to use your tax refund for dental treatment!


Smarten Up Your Oral Hygiene Routine in 4 Simple Ways

March 8, 2023

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a family smiling after practicing great oral hygiene

With the spring season, you’re likely to go through your house and clean or reorganize any clutter to renew your living space. Though tidying up your home can feel great, you might experience something better by updating your oral hygiene routine. After all, having a healthy and beautiful smile can do wonders for both your dental and overall well-being. Here are four easy ways you can spruce up your daily oral care.


A Strong Heart Begins with a Healthy Smile

February 14, 2023

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a man smiling with good oral health in Mt Vernon

If you’re trying to promote a healthier cardiovascular system, then you’ll likely consider eating more nutritious foods or hitting the gym more often. However, you won’t want to forget about maintaining your smile! According to recent studies, those with unhealthy pearly whites and gums can end up at a higher risk of serious systemic conditions, such as cardiovascular disease. With February being American Heart Health Month, now’s a great time to learn how important your smile is to your heart and ways to maintain both.


3 Ways to Stick with a Flossing Habit in the New Year

January 1, 2023

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Portrait of someone flossing

The new year is the best time to make a change in your life for the better. If there’s something that’s been sitting in the back of your mind, you can use this opportunity to take action on it.

One of the best things you can do for your oral health, and one of the most neglected aspects of people’s dental routine, is flossing. If you aren’t already, a good New Year’s resolution would be to start cleaning in between your teeth. Here are a few ways to stick to that resolution.


3 Common Winter Mouth Issues, and What You Can Do About Them

December 9, 2022

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woman smiling in the snow

Winter is one of the most wonderful times of the year, and there are a lot of ways to enjoy it to the fullest. Ice skating, hot cocoa, sledding, the list goes on. But there are also quite a few hazards to your oral health that can make it hard to do the things people love the most about the winter season. Here are a few things you can do to prevent some of the most common winter mouth issues.


Tips to Have a Healthy Thanksgiving for Your Teeth

November 4, 2022

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people drinking red wine during holidays

Getting together with your family and friends for a vast array of delicious foods, what could be better? Thanksgiving is a favorite holiday of many, but to your teeth, it is a journey with concerning, yet avoidable, threats. With some sound decision-making, you can ensure a healthy Thanksgiving for your teeth. Keep reading to get tips from your dentist in Mount Vernon.

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