Suffer From Canker Sores? We Can Help.
added on: April 6, 2016
canker sore

If you suffer from chronic canker sores, or even if you’ve only ever had one in your life, you know the discomfort and embarrassment that can result. Canker sores are a complex thing to understand, but at my Spokane dental office, we’re here to help.   What Causes a Canker… Read More…

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5 Surprising Things That Ruin Teeth
added on: March 22, 2016
bad habits

When we talk about things that cause tooth damage, one of the first things that come to patients’ minds is sugar. And they’re right. But everyone at my Spokane dental office wants to shed some light on some lesser known tooth-damaging things that may come as a surprise.   Ice. Ice… Read More…

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World Oral Health Day
added on: March 9, 2016
World Oral Health Day

Each March 20th the dental community comes together to promote oral health across the globe for all ages. World Oral Health Day was established to bring awareness to the issues surrounding oral health and educate everyone on the effects oral health can have on the rest of the body. At… Read More…

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The Link Between Kissing and Cavities
added on: February 17, 2016
kissing

The second most common disease in the United States is tooth decay. The first is the common cold. Of course we all know that we can catch a cold by kissing, but cavities? Sounds pretty far fetched. But guess what everyone at my dental office in Spokane knows? Catching a… Read More…

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Oral Health and Heart Health
added on: February 10, 2016
heart

As far as certain organs may seem from each other, our bodies work as one. This means that when there is a problem in our mouth, it can lead to more than just cavities or tooth loss. It can lead to all kinds of health problems. One of the most… Read More…

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The Effects of Eating Disorders on Teeth
added on: January 20, 2016
eating disorder

Eating disorders are an epidemic that plague over 10 million Americans. While they’re typically more common in teenagers and adult women, eating disorders can affect anyone despite age or gender. They’re particularly dangerous for the body and for mental health, but they can also negatively affect your mouth. Types of… Read More…

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Top 4 Benefits of Smiling
added on: January 6, 2016
healthy smile

A smile can do more for you than simply express emotion. There are also a multitude of health benefits associated with the act of smiling. All of us at my Spokane dental office want to share the top benefits behind turning your frown upside down, showing off your pearly whites,… Read More…

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Get Your Teeth as White as Winter’s Snow
added on: December 16, 2015

There’s nothing more pristine and white than fresh winter snow. But it doesn’t take much, and before you know it, the snow looks dingy and dirty. The same can be said for your teeth! But    Rethink Your Food and Drink Now’s the time of year when we tend to… Read More…

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Kissing Under the Mistletoe – Prepare to Pucker Up
added on: December 2, 2015

‘Tis the season for festive festivities and reminiscing with family and friends. Whether you’re standing under the mistletoe or possibly planting a smooch on a loved one’s lips, my dental office in Spokane wants to help ensure your kiss is fresh and clean this holiday season.   Brushing and Flossing… Read More…

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Alcohol Use and Oral Health
added on: November 18, 2015

Nearly a quarter of all U.S. adults 18 and older have engaged in one or more nights of excessive drinking this past year. Excessive drinking is defined as five or more drinks for men, and four or more drinks for women. While some may only see this as a concern… Read More…

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Stop Stressing, Protect your Mouth
added on: November 4, 2015

As the hustle and bustle of the holiday season approaches, we’re faced with the stress of going here and there, buying presents, cooking food, visiting family, and the seemingly never-ending whirlwind that happens every year around this time. While we all know stress isn’t good for overall health, my Spokane dental… Read More…

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Chew Gum for Better Dental Health
added on: October 21, 2015

By now, you have probably heard about Xylitol gum, but you aren’t sure why it is such a big deal. Isn’t it just another artificial sweetener? Not at all! While Xylitol looks and tastes much like sugar, it will not raise blood sugar levels the way sugar does. And since… Read More…


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