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Smile More It's Good for You!
Make any resolutions for the New Year? You may have made a resolution to get in better shape, or to be more mindful about your diet. Whether you made a resolution, or not, how about adding “smile more” to the list? Studies show that smiling is not only good for your psyche, but it’s good...
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It’s a new year. And millions of people are making, or following, resolutions to spark a positive change for 2020. While the recurring themes usually include taking on a more active approach to health and fitness, such as losing weight or exercising more, what about making a dental resolution this year? After all, having good...
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Snore Guards Are Good for Everyone
Do you snore at night? If you do, you’re in good company. And if you say you don’t, you still might. Only 59% of snorers claim that they snore. Snoring is a common problem that covers all age groups, women and men alike. In fact, about a third of all adults over 30 are “regular...
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Don't lose your dental benefits. Use them.
It’s only November, but many of you are already immersed in open enrollment for your health and dental benefits for 2020. Open enrollment is the time of year where you have to choose your health benefit options for the upcoming year. Most people will have until Dec 15th to pick their benefit plans. What does...
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Teeth Cleaning for Burien
It’s no coincidence that National Dental Hygiene Month occurs in October. As we celebrate Halloween season, many of us are already forgetting to monitor our sugar intake. A little friendly reminder to stay on top of our dental hygiene is probably a good thing. Brush your teeth for two minutes, two times a day, as...
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What’s painless, doesn’t take much time, is good for your overall health, and can save you money? Professional teeth cleaning! Really? Why should you make the trip to the dentist, especially if you already brush and floss (correctly), after every meal? Because dental plaque, the sticky bacteria that builds up on your teeth, starts forming...
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It’s only September, but Halloween season is already upon us. And between now and October 31st, over 600 lbs of candy will be purchased in the US. It’s only a matter of time before some of this sugar makes its way to you. Whether you have kids or not, Halloween is the season for sugar...
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Living with physical pain is, unfortunately, a rite of passage for many adults. Fortunately, for most of us, the pain usually goes away, but sometimes it’s chronic, or more severe. And more often than not, pain is a sign that there’s something more serious going on in. Besides chronic back pain, few things are as...
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Vacation Smile
When you’re smiling, the world smiles with you. Before her recent smile transformation, that wasn’t the case for Cece, who did whatever she could to hide her smile. She had become self-conscious about her smile, doing what she could to hide it. And then her dental bridge broke, which affected her speech, as well as...
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Gluten free? You’ve probably heard these words recently, especially since more and more people are aware of celiac disease. But did you know that this disease can negatively affect your dental health too? Currently over 3 million Americans live with celiac disease, but 97% of these people are undiagnosed with it. That’s roughly 1 out...
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