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Hey, fans! Did you know that today is the September Equinox? That means the lengths of the day and night are nearly equal today. Be sure to go outside and catch a bit of sunshine today!

Anger is only one letter short of danger. - Ibid

Sensitive teeth can be treated. Our dentist may recommend desensitizing toothpaste or an alternative treatment based on the cause of your sensitivity. Proper oral hygiene is the key to preventing pain caused by sensitive teeth. Ask our dentist if you have any questions about your daily oral hygiene routine or concerns about tooth sensitivity.

Setting goals is the first step in turning the invisible into the visible. - Tony Robbins

It's wrong to assume that having white teeth means your teeth are healthy and you don't have dental problems. A white smile doesn't always mean your mouth is healthy. It's important to remember that teeth--whitening products do not clean teeth. Only brushing your teeth twice a day, flossing once a day and regular checkups can guarantee you a healthy smile.

Did you know that car crashes are the leading cause of death for children between the ages of 1 and 13? You can help by raising awareness of passenger safety for Child Passenger Safety Week. By spreading the word, we can help save lives!

The project on your mind will soon gain momentum.

Feeling no pain in your teeth or gums doesn't necessarily mean you're in good oral health. Don't wait for your teeth or gums to hurt before seeing our dentist. In many cases, by the time you're in noticeable pain, it's too late to treat a cavity or gum disease. To prevent this from happening, you should schedule regular dental visits at our office.

Do what is right, not what you should.

Sensitivity in teeth doesn't necessarily mean that you have tooth decay. Sensitivity in your teeth can be caused by many things, including: cavities; fractured teeth; worn fillings; brushing too hard or using a hard-bristle toothbrush; bleaching your teeth; and gum disease. If you wince while eating or drinking, it's best to visit our office for a dental checkup.
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