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Happy birthday to Rebeka from Associated Dental Specialists!
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Today is National Ice Cream Day! In 1984, Ronald Reagan established July as National Ice Cream Month and the third Sunday in July as National Ice Cream Day. What flavor of ice cream are you going to eat after your wisdom teeth removal?
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With the warm weather, ditch your hot coffee for iced! Drinking iced coffee through a straw is a great way to help prevent staining to your teeth.
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We are here to remind you that root canals don't cause pain, they relieve it. To learn more about our root canal treatments visit our website today! http://www.ads-endo.com/procedures/root-canal-therapy/
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I scream, you scream, we all scream for ice cream! Flashback to when you were a child on a hot summer day, when all of the sudden you hear that magical jingle that captivated all of our hearts; the ice cream truck! In the year 1984, President Ronald Reagan decided that from then on out, the Month of July would be recognized as National Ice Cream Month! Because really, what’s better than a big, cold, scoop of ice cream on a hot summer day? http://www.ads-endo.com/blog/
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This summer sweet treat is also sweet for your smile! Watermelon contains vitamin C that helps to kill bacteria in the mouth and helps to strengthen gum tissues. What is your favorite summer treat?
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It is important to know the signs of deep decay or a cracked tooth. If you are experiencing immense, smoldering pain, a root canal could save your natural tooth and relieve the pressure. Tag a friend who needs a root canal!
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Happy July 4th! How're you spending this holiday?
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The origin of ice cream dates back to 200 B.C. when snow and ice was flavored with juices and nectars. Nearly a thousand years later, Marco Polo returned to Italy with the first known sherbet recipe. It wasn’t until 1660 that ice cream was first made available to the public at a cafe in Paris.
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