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HEALTHY SMILES FOR A HEALTHY LIFE
HEALTHY SMILES FOR A HEALTHY LIFE

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Sharks may have the healthiest teeth in all the animal kingdom. Totally not fair! But at least we can learn a little something from them about preserving our smile.
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Helping others lowers your stress levels resulting in some great health benefits for you ๐Ÿ™
Learn more: https://www.discoverydentalwa.com/blog/giving-to-others/
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๐Ÿ’ธ Dental insurance benefits DON'T ROLL OVER to the next year, so use them before you lose them! Call to ask for an appointment: ๐Ÿ“ž (425) 295-7975
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There is an animated GIF out there for everything! Here are 10 about oral hygiene tips.
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Do you know what the "helper's high" is? It's something you've probably experienced. Check out why: https://www.discoverydentalwa.com/blog/giving-to-others/
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Use your insurance benefits to get a dental cleaning, teeth whitening, or other treatments ๐Ÿ˜ before 2018 ends! ๐Ÿ“ž (425) 295-7975
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Overthinking leads to stress (and stress can lead to clenching your teeth). Here are some ways to channel your thoughts in a positive way.
4 Ways to Stop Overthinking
4 Ways to Stop Overthinking
powerofpositivity.com
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Pumpkin pies, apple cider, cranberry sauce... don't you love the special treats that come with the fall season? ๐Ÿ๐ŸŽ But are these such a treat for your teeth? Read how you can enjoy the flavors of autumn without harming your oral health: https://www.discoverydentalwa.com/blog/fall-food-favorites/
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If your dental insurance benefits won't roll over to the new year, here are some great ways to take advantage of them! https://www.discoverydentalwa.com/
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You know what's funny? According to medieval texts (from the 12-14th century), people used to believe cavities were made by tiny "tooth worms." By the way, have you brushed and flossed 2X today?
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