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McMinnville Dental Group
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"Snack and sip all day? Risk decay!" is true.
Fact for the day: Diluting juice for children is still a sugary drink. Please be sure to drink water after sugary drinks and brush twice daily with a fluoride toothpaste. #mcminnvilledentist#mcminnvilledentalgroup#lauramarcoullier
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McMinnville Dental Group enjoyed learning about the Willamette Valley Cancer Foundation. What a great organization for our community and we are happy to be a part of such great people.
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Ever wonder what your hygienist means when she recommends using a waterpik? These work great for braces, irrigating in between teeth and gums, reduce periodontal disease and help remove plaque build up.
Our patients love how our their mouth feels and especially those who don't like to floss daily.
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Did you know the average adult has 3 or more missing teeth? If you are missing teeth it may affect how you eat,  cause teeth to  shift or change the way you smile. Be sure to see your Dentist if you want to discuss any remaining teeth and to help eliminate future  issues or bone loss. 
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McMinnville Dental Group would like to wish you a safe and Happy 4th of July.  Thank you for those of you that served to protect our country.
#McMinnvilledentalgroup  #LauraMarcoullier
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CPR class for  our continuing education fun.
#Mcminnvilledentalgroup#McMinnvilledentist#lauramarcoullier
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Diseases like diabetes and blood cell disorders lower the body's resistance to infection. These patients are more likely to develop periodontitis.  Furthermore, ongoing inflammation from periodontitis is linked with heart disease, blocked arteries and stroke. Please be sure to schedule your cleanings on a regular basis.
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Our mouth is filled with many bacteria. Some of these bacteria are linked to periodontal or gum disease. Studies have found that periodontal disease may be connected with diabetes, heart disease and stroke.  Feel free to stop by our office to get the current facts about the mouth-body connection.
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Someone is excited to come to the Dentist.
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