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Oral Cancer Awareness Month: Are You at Risk?

April is Oral Cancer Awareness Month

April is Oral Cancer Awareness Month. Are you familiar with this deadly disease? According to the American Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons (AAOMS), an estimated 50,000 people are diagnosed with oral cancer EVERY YEAR and 9,000 U.S. citizens will die from this horrifying disease. Oral cancer’s mortality rate isn’t because it’s hard to diagnose, […]

How to “Spring Clean” Your Dental Health Routine

Spring is just around the corner - could your dental health routine use a refresh?

Warmer weather, budding trees…signs of spring are all around us! The first few glimpses of spring-like weather may send us into a spring cleaning frenzy around our homes and yards. Before you grab your bucket, squeegee, and mop, take a moment to think about your dental health routine. Could it use a little sprucing up? […]

Save Time with Same-Day Dentistry [Infographic]

Same-day dentistry makes it convenient to get the dental work you need done on your time.

Life is busy – whether your schedule is full of conference calls, taking the kids to soccer practice, or squeezing in your hot yoga class – visiting the dentist multiple times to get a crown is probably not high on your to-do list. Same-day dentistry is the solution! Traditional crowns require multiple visits and placement […]

Women’s History Month: 4 Women Who’ve Changed the Face of Dentistry

March is Women's History Month!

Did you know? Only 1.1% of dental students were female in 1968. That number dramatically increased to 47.7% in 2014.  [SOURCE] We decided to celebrate Women’s History Month by sharing four women dentists who’ve changed the face of dentistry. You could say they are responsible for contributing to the above statistic (along with many other aspiring female […]

February is American Heart Month – Are You Listening?

Did you know that heart disease is the #1 killer for women in America?

Since 1964, American presidents have been warning the American public about the very real danger of heart disease. Why? Each year, one out of every three deaths in America is caused by heart disease. This is more than any other deadly disease, including cancer. Because of this, the month of February has been designated as […]