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If you are one who is prone to get nervous at the dentist, you need to have a game-plan when you go in. The more prepared you are, the less likely you are to get so nervous that you either leave or struggle through a procedure unnecessarily. Here are a few quick tips on how to calm yourself before a procedure.
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Following a dental procedure that leaves your mouth a bit tender or sore, it is important that you still eat. If you don't give your body the nutrition it needs, healing is going to be much more difficult. Here is a list of the top 3 foods to eat when recovering from a dental procedure.
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Not all treats are bad for your teeth. In fact, some can help your teeth stay strong and healthy. Learn more here.
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Eating foods that stimulate your gums can help your gums stay healthier and better fight off any bacteria that was sitting on, or infiltrating the gum tissue.
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Brushing, flossing and using mouthwash regularly does not mean you don't need to visit the dentist. A dentist has instruments that can reach the areas your tools can't. Learn more here.
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Spring has sprung! And while you pick up your running shoes or pull out your bike, don't forget to grab your water bottle. Keeping hydrated is crucial for your body and mouth. Learn more here.
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Dr. Jones volunteered his time to the mobile volunteer dental clinic that was set up in conjunction with the Willow Medical clinic at the Sacramento Salvation Army. The team of volunteers saw six patients and perform a variety of treatments including cleanings, fillings and extractions.
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Dr. Paul E Johnson and a group of volunteers provided dental services to men, woman, and children in the Philippines. Dental services provided by the group ranged from dental cleanings to tooth extractions to surgery to correct cleft lips.
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