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Nemetz Dental Associates
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Your opinion matters to Nemetz Pediatric & Adult Dentistry, leave us a review and tell us about your experience. http://bit.ly/1WWSSTZ
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Keep your child’s teeth healthy by using the 2-2-2 rule: visit your dentist TWO times a year, and brush and floss TWO times a day for TWO whole minutes!
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Let us restore your smile with dental implants. Give us a ring today and explore your implant options.
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Happy National Dentist's Day!
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We work in partnership with the Tooth Fairy so that you can rest easy when your child gets their next loose tooth!
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The AP recently released an article making the claim that “there’s little proof that flossing works”. Their review cited a series of studies that found flossing does little or nothing to improve oral health.
Here’s the problem: the studies were flawed.
The AP concluded that floss...
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To learn more about Nemetz Dental Associates, give us a ring or visit our website! http://bit.ly/2hSsppO
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Red, swollen and bleeding gums are signs of periodontal disease. If you notice bleeding while brushing, flossing, or when eating certain foods, schedule a visit with us!
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The American Dental Association and the American Academy of Pediatrics recommend a child visit the dentist by age one. This “well baby check” for the teeth can establish a dental home and helps ensure that parents learn the tools they'll need to help their children remain cavity-free.
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“Real” dark chocolate has a good source of polyphenols, natural chemicals that limit oral bacteria. They are also able to neutralize microorganisms that cause bad breath and prevent some bacteria from turning sugar and starches into acid, which love to wreck havoc on your teeth. Rumor has it, compounds from dark chocolate will even make their way into toothpaste and mouthwash!
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