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This past July, singer Michael Bublé was able to perform as scheduled despite dislodging a crown while trying to open a ketchup packet. This happened less than 24 hours before show time, but a local dentist made sure the crown was fixed and that the show went on.
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The fall sports season is well underway, and we want to remind you to wear your mouthguard! Besides chipped or knocked-out teeth, playing without a mouthguard can result in concussions, jaw fractures, or lip and cheek damage.
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Children smile about 400 times a day while adults only manage about 20 grins in 24 hours. Come on guys, smile more! It’s good for you.
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Did you know that James Dean, the 1950s heart throb, didn’t have any front teeth? He wore a bridge so he didn’t have to go toothless.
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We’re celebrating Throwback Thursday with one of the first mass produced dental floss containers. This Johnson & Johnson floss tin dates back to around 1898! #tbt
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A change in season means a change in the type of food we eat. Check out some yummy Autumn favorites here http://www.cookinglight.com/food/in-season/fall-recipes. And if you’d like to bring us a sample of anything you make, we surely won’t turn it away!

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Today officially marks the end of summer and the beginning of changing leaves, cooler weather, and apples. What’s your favorite part of fall?
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Having a white tongue means that the tiny projections on its surface are inflamed. Inflammation can be caused by dehydration, smoking, or poor oral hygiene. The whiteness could also be a sign of precancerous cells, so please see us as soon as you can if the discoloration doesn’t go away.
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Paul Revere, the hero who warned the townspeople that the British were coming, was a skilled silversmith who also advertised his services as a dentist. He was well-known in town for making false teeth for his neighbors.
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