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  1. Tooth decay – we’ve all heard of it, but do we really understand what it means? There are specific foods that can cause tooth decay, so it’s important to understand how it can affect your smile.

  1. Did you know your kidney health is related to your oral health? March is National Kidney Month, so it’s important to take time to understand how they are related.

  1. February 28 is National Tooth Fairy Day. The tooth fairy is a favorite childhood tradition and is celebrated nightly across the world. The tooth fairy has been around since the early 1900s and it continues to help educate children on dental health.

  1. Frankel Dentistry celebrates Heart Health month at their office this month. Studies have shown that there is a link between periodontal (gum disease) and heart disease. A common symptom of heart tease is unhealthy gums. By reducing the inflammation around the gums, it reduces the stress on your body.

  1. It’s a new year and that means it’s time for a change! Your health should be at the top of the list. Did a new smile make your New Year’s Resolution List?

  1. Flossing – it’s such an important part of your oral hygiene, but why is it dreaded by most patients?

  1.   Sugar and spice is not always nice…when it comes to the health of your teeth. During the holiday months, people tend to over indulge on sweet treats which may do more harm to your teeth. To start a new tradition, try some of these ideas!

  1. Thanksgiving is near which means it’s time to spend time with the ones that mean the most to you. Thanksgiving can mean a lot of different things. Our office likes to celebrate the holiday and has shared what they are most thankful for. Here is what our office is thankful for: Patients! You give us a reason to come to work every day and… Read More

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