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Welcome, 2017! Cheers to Another Amazing Year!

Goodbye, 2016. Hello, 2017. Happy New Year!

 

New Years is magnificent! It’s a time to say goodbye to the previous year and to welcome the promises of a new year. As we say our farewells to 2016 and welcome 2017, we thought it a good time to acknowledge our patients.

One of the most gratifying things about oral surgery is that our job consists almost entirely of caring for others. “Thank you for taking care of me” notes from our patients are a motivational wonder of our work. Patients thank us all the time, but we would like to take this moment to say THANK YOU.

Thank you for trusting us with your care. Thank you for choosing us to help you design how you want to face the world. …

From Our Family to Yours: Happy Holidays!

Wishing our Friends, Patients, and Families a Joyful Holiday Season!

 

During the holiday season, our thoughts turn gratefully to those who have made our success possible. It is in this spirit that we say Thank You. We would like to express our most sincere appreciation for the trust you have placed in us. May the magic and the wonder of the holidays stay with you throughout the coming year.

Happy Holidays!

 

 

This Holiday, Give Your Loved Ones the Gift of a Smile

A Little (Dental) Inspiration for the Perfect Holiday Gift

 

The holidays are a favorite time of year. It is a time filled with family and friends (and lots of delicious foods and treats!). The holidays are a season of giving, and there’s nothing better than the gift of a healthy smile! Everyone can use a little inspiration when it comes to gift giving, so here are some dental inspired gift ideas:

 

Give a GoodMouth subscription Give the gift of a new toothbrush (manual or electric replacement heads). When the old one is wearing out, a new one is shipped directly to the recipient’s door! As if this isn’t already a great idea, for every GoodMouth product you buy, GoodMouth will donates a toothbrush, or the equivalent in …

Tips to Keep Your Mouth Happy (and Healthy) This Holiday Season

Keep Your Holiday Season Happy AND Healthy

 

The holiday season is here! The winter holidays are all about sweet treats and tempting goodies, but that doesn’t mean that you have to end up at the dentist with cavities in January. It’s not easy to stay healthy during the holidays, and with all of the present-wrapping, parties, and card-writing, there’s not much time to devote to you and your family’s health and well-being.

Keep these tips in mind to maintain a happy and healthy mouth during the holiday season:

Have a Routine The holiday season can be a challenging time to maintain your oral health routine. You may be traveling, hosting large dinners, welcoming house guests, and more. Even if you have a low-key holiday season planned, small changes …

Myth or Fact? 8 Common Dental Myths Debunked.

Myth or Fact? Let’s Separate Fact From Fiction…

 

You hear tips about your oral health all the time – from friends, family, the media, advertisements, and more…so how do you know what to believe and what to ignore? Let’s separate fact from fiction and reveal the truth about these dental myths.

Myth #1: Brushing and flossing extra well before your dental appointment will hide the fact that you haven’t been brushing and flossing regularly. False. Ramping up your brushing and flossing a few days before you visit the dentist doesn’t mean you can undo the weeks or months where your oral hygiene habits were lacking! In fact, adding in extra oral hygiene after letting it go for a while has the potential to inflame your gums, making them swollen, …

Happy Thanksgiving! What Are YOU Thankful For?

Thanksgiving is a Time of Togetherness and Gratitude. ~Nigel Hamilton

 

For many of us, the Thanksgiving means turkey dinners, pumpkin pie, football games, parades, family, friends, or the beginning of Christmas holidays. In the United States, Thanksgiving Day is a national holiday celebrated on the fourth Thursday of November. In Canada, it is celebrated on the second Monday of October.

However, the first Thanksgiving was neither a feast nor a holiday, it was a simple gathering. After the Mayflower arrived at Plymouth Rock on December 11, 1620, the Pilgrims lost almost half of the original colonists. With the help of the Wampanoag Indians, the remaining Pilgrims survived the bitter winter and yielded a bountiful harvest in 1621. In celebration, the Pilgrims held a traditional English harvest festival, lasting three days, …

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