The Tooth Fairy Or The Tooth Mouse?…Traditions From Around The World

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tooth isn’t loose enough, it may be a little painful, and can result in some minor bleeding. Over hundreds of years, adults have created traditions and customs to help children look forward to losing baby teeth and help alleviate their worries. Although the Tooth Fairy is well-known throughout most English-speaking countries, she is not known… Read more »

Dental Health and Aging

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As we age, we think about the health of our bones, heart, or brain. However, keeping our teeth healthy is just as important as we get older. Aging adults actually have an increased risk of a variety of oral health conditions, so it is important that you to speak with your dentist to have a… Read more »

Good Dentistry Is Really About A One-to-One Connection Between The Dentist And YOU!

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We’ve heard it said that ‘Dentistry is 85% communication and 15% dental skills’. In other words, good dentistry can’t happen without good communication. What do we mean by good communication? make the patient feel comfortable, even on their first visit discuss all the options of necessary treatment, including the pros and cons recognize, and ease,… Read more »

Choosing A Dentist

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For some people a visit to the dentist can be a scary experience. Whether it is your first time in a dental office and you are not sure what to expect, or you’ve been seeing dentists all your life, choosing the right dentist is very important. And that’s just why we’ve come up with this… Read more »

Don’t Have Dental Insurance? We Have The Perfect Program For You!

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We started this program specifically for patients who do not have insurance, but still need to have dental procedures done. PFD Discount Plan Benefits Membership of our program include the following Benefits: 20% to 40% off on dental procedures One membership price for family up to 5 members! No waiting periods Added 10% discount for… Read more »

End Of The Year Dental Benefits Alert

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Can you believe that 2014 is going to end in just a couple of months? But also so may your Dental Benefits! Every year you are given annual dental benefits by your employer and/or insurance to take care of your dental health. But many don’t realize that often the benefits will expire if they are… Read more »

When Your Tooth Chips, What You Need To Know

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A tooth is vulnerable to getting chipped or cracked, even though it is very, very strong. Falls, punches to the face, motor vehicle accidents, tooth decay that can weaken the tooth or biting down on hard foods (candy, ice, fruit, etc.) can cause a tooth to chip or break. You may or may not feel… Read more »

Taking Care Of Your Teeth At Work Is An Easy Job

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Most people spend at least eight hours a day at work, but there is still time to keep your teeth healthy. You can do a few simple things each day to avoid tooth decay and improve your smile between dental visits. Rinse with mouthwash. Just swish the mouthwash in your mouth for about 30 seconds,… Read more »

Be Kind To Your Teeth…..Use A Straw!

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We get asked this question a lot, “Is it good to use a straw when drinking sodas and certain other liquids?” Well, you may quite possibly be saving your teeth! According to many dentists, using a straw can prevent cavities. In the case of soda, for instance, drinking from a cup or glass without a… Read more »

Twice-A-Year Dental Visits Are A Must For A Healthy Mouth

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You’ve always heard that it is best to see your dentist twice a year. This is what the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry and other dental associations recommend. Actually, many dentists today concur that the number of times a year you should see the dentist depends on the health of your mouth, but twice a… Read more »