The Power of Fluoride for your Teeth The best way to protect your teeth from the dangers of decay is to take steps to prevent decay from ever taking place. Preventive care is a very important component of oral health care. Of course, the most basic form of preventive care is basic oral hygiene [...]
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Adult coloring! Did you know that coloring can reduce stress? Psychologists agree and often prescribe coloring for adults to relieve anxiety. Here are a few "dental" coloring pages that you might enjoy. Count the amount of teeth on these pages and you can up your stress reduction! We counted over 100 on one of [...]
The clock is ticking on your dental benefits Take advantage of these money saving tips! Soon we’ll be welcoming a new year. But before 2018 comes to a close, you may still have dental plan benefits available to you. Here are 5 tips to help you make the most of your benefits in the [...]
Team Building @Woodhaven Farms Woodhaven Farms Our staff recently spent an evening together with all of our spouses to prepare and enjoy a meal together at Woodhaven Farms in Johnstown, Ohio. Chef Tami and Dr. Angart decided on a Brazilian Theme for the menu. Our team envisioned wanting to use Chef Tami's beautiful outdoor [...]
A healthy mouth can depend on what you put in it Stick to the following list of super-smile foods that help prevent teeth from staining and maintain their healthy glow, and you'll be grinning from ear to ear. Making the right choices While what you eat positively impacts your teeth, there is a common [...]
Teething Children : Finding Relief The Process Well before most babies cut their first tooth, a marked increase in drooling and putting things in their mouth usually occurs around the second month. This extra saliva generally signals that your child's salivary glands are preparing for an upcoming diet of solid foods. On average, the [...]
Foods that are safe to eat after dental surgeryOne of the hardest habits to change after dental surgery is a safe, soft food diet. It can be hard to find satisfying foods to eat after wisdom teeth removal, gum grafting or a temporary crown. The food must be soft and easy to eat, but since [...]
New Uses and Tricks for Dental Stuff (and quick fixes too!) Let's just pretend that you ALWAYS use your floss, mouthwash and the toothpaste you purchased at Costco that tasted oh so terrible. And, you would never need any other use for them :) In the event that you run into a household emergency, [...]
Unless you’re a dental professional – you probably haven’t heard most of these mistakes before. You may have decades of experience brushing teeth with no dental issues – but I’m willing to wager you are making at least one or more of these mistakes. As a dental hygienist, I see these mistakes every. single. day. [...]
Tips on handling a dental emergencyIt never fails - the unexpected happens during the worst case scenario. A toothache, broken tooth, knocked -out tooth, lost filling or crown and abcess are all dental emergencies. A Sunday evening toothache, a knocked- out tooth during the Championship baseball game or a dental crown that comes off during [...]