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  1. Make 2019 the year of the smile. Resolve to brush, floss and visit the dentist at least twice. We asked our dental team their top tips for making 2019 dental smart. Here are their picks.

  1. Want a whiter smile for the holidays but don’t know how? There are many options available. It is best to schedule a dental consultation. Intraoral photos will help evaluate your current tooth color. A thorough discussion with a dental professional will guide you to the best-suited teeth whitening option.

  1. November is National Caregivers Month. We think they should be celebrated year-round. The effort, skill, and caring of those in charge of individuals with health challenges is something our Frankel Dentistry family appreciate.

  1.   Did you know the first Wednesday in November has been National Eating Healthy Day since 2009? We did not but now we do!  In celebration here are some healthy eating tips from the Frankel Dentistry dental professionals.

  1. What is the scariest night of the year for your dentist? It is most certainly Halloween. Hoards of sticky, sugar-laden candy with the potential of haunting the health of children’s teeth for months to come.

  1. October 6th is National Garlic Day. Frankel Dentistry appreciates the health benefits of garlic but it brings to mind a problem, offensive breath. What causes bad breath and what can you do to prevent it?

  1. It’s that time of year again, when you are busy with school schedules, getting ready for fall weather, and/or scheduling upcoming Holiday plans. During this busy time, you may not be thinking about your available or unused dental insurance benefits. Whether you have insurance benefits remaining or if you have funds set aside in a flexible spending account (FSA) or healthcare saving account (HSA),… Read More

  1. Are you a habitual snacker? Do you like to eat and drink in between meals? What you eat and when you eat it may affect the health of your teeth and even increase your risk of decay. When you continue to consume sugary foods, the acid from the foods eats away at the enamel of your teeth causing tooth decay. Eating a well-balanced diet… Read More

  1. The start of a new school year can also signal a fresh start. It’s important to teach children the importance of their health and teach them healthy habits. Start the school year with a smile! Here are a few tips for getting your child ready for back to school: 1) Does your child need dental health forms completed for their school record? It’s important… Read More

  1. August 6 is National Fresh Breath Day. Avoid the garlic and onions today and reach for something minty and fresh! Fresh breath can make your teeth feel clean and your mouth healthy. Bad breath, or halitosis, is a common compliant among patients, but can be reserved. Talk to your dental team at your next visit to make sure you do not have an underlying issue for… Read More

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