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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 […]

How Good Oral Health May Prevent Breast Cancer

Good oral health can prevent breast cancer. October calendar with a 'get checked' reminder for breast cancer awareness month

  Do you notice an increase in pink every October? From politicians to football players to community members, the color seems to pop up everywhere! Since 1985, when National Breast Cancer Awareness Month was founded, October has been designated as a time to increase awareness of this deadly disease. Pink ribbons – and pink in general – point […]

Looking for Something to Do? We Can Help!

Brookline Dentist excitingly announces a page dedicated just to exciting Commmunity Events

Here at Smile Brookline we love living and working in our fabulous Brookline community. There are so many unique activities right here in our local area that can be enjoyed as individuals, couples, and families. Looking for something exciting to do this weekend? Look no further than our new Our Community page. It features some of the […]

7 Reasons Your Teeth Might Hate You – and What You Can Do About It

Sensitive Teeth - A graphic helping explain why people have sensitive teeth.

You take a sip of your latte, only to be reminded of the sharp pain you’ve been experiencing in your teeth. Hot drinks, cold drinks, even the chilly winter air in Brookline seems to set it off. What’s causing this pain and what can you do to prevent it? Tooth pain and sensitivity are quite […]