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There are a lot of good habits to have when it comes to oral health. Of course, brushing and flossing daily is a must. But even if you are the most ardent brusher and flosser, you cannot rely on just yourself to keep your oral health at the best shape it can be. This is where your biannual dentist visit comes in. 

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If you struggle to get your kids to eat vegetables, try these recipes! 

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If tossing your toothbrush every 3 months feels wasteful, try out these uses for old toothbrushes! 

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Keep your Dental Implants looking great! 

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Simply put, the mouthguard is one of the most important pieces of equipment that athletes wear. But unlike a helmet and pads, a lot of athletes and parents of young athletes do not consider the level of safety of different kinds of mouthguards. Having a mouthguard that the athlete wants to wear is essential to making sure that she or he actually wears it. You may not automatically think of this as something that the dentist can help you with, but Serenity Dental actually has just the solution for you or your athlete. 

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Pretty cool, huh? However, even though your teeth are made of a strong material, they should never be used as tools! Never open bottles, packages, etc with your teeth, as it can lead to painful and costly damage.
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A quick video about possible causes of teeth & mouth pain, and what you should do about it. 

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It's even easier to smile if you love your healthy smile! If you don't LOVE your smile, give us a call! (916) 630-1084
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If you want to avoid wearing braces (or Invisalign) again, listen to your dentist about oral care! 

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It’s estimated that nearly half of all Americans have some form of gum disease. Gum disease is progressive—once it starts, it requires treatment to stop it from advancing. 
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