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Does the sound of someone really chomping away at their dinner actually aid in limiting how much you eat? See what the correlation between mouth noise and appetite can be by clicking here: http://wb.md/1MSO35z

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Just coming off of Root Canal Awareness Week, we wanted to provide you with some patient tips and facts that are aimed at dispelling the myths of this tooth-saving treatment: http://bit.ly/1MSMWCN

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Don’t forget to take care of your teeth this weekend! http://i.imgur.com/UAetTV4.png

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What are some of the worst offenders that are damaging your teeth? It’s important to analyze your diet to make sure it’s not only benefitting your physical health, but your oral health, too! Check out these helpful tips that can change the way you eat and dramatically improve all areas of your health: http://bit.ly/1WIjTYd

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Still got chocolate on the brain from your Easter Sunday? Schedule your check-up today! http://bit.ly/1WIh7SJ

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The Easter Braces-Bunny wishes you a fantastic weekend! Don’t’ eat too many sweets! http://bit.ly/1pxXUsn

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Have you ever wondered what it may be like to be in OUR shoes for a day? See what it can be like to be a dentist, one of the best ranked jobs in America for 2016, by reading a bit more about our training, daily responsibilities and more here: http://bit.ly/1WNZ0Lu

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We are sure you have all seen this before, but we wanted to share it to start your week off right: with a smile! Have a good laugh with “David After Dentist” again and share your funniest dental story in the comments below! https://youtu.be/txqiwrbYGrs

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Winter is almost over, so stop storing up! Start flossing daily, today! http://bit.ly/1LVHOgR

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From impaction to extraction and other troubles they cause- wisdom teeth don’t always seem so “wise” all of the time. In fact, it is estimated that over 85% of adults end up having their wisdom teeth removed to protect the health of their mouths…so why do we even have them? Find out the answer here: http://bit.ly/1Toxmq6
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