Author: Hilary Hamblin

  April is Global Child Nutrition Month. While the focus of this month is to ensure every child in the world has access to proper food and nutrition, we also wanted to bring attention to the importance of your child’s nutrition in relation to their dental...

April 18-14, 2018 is National Dental Hygienist week. Our hygienist, Andrea Pongetti, holds a vital role in our office. During a routine checkup, Andrea cleans teeth, looks for signs of problems like gingivitis, and provides other preventive care. In addition, she educates patients about proper...

April 8-15, 2018 is Oral Cancer Awareness week. Oral cancer refers to cancers occurring in the oral cavity or the oropharynx region (middle region of the throat, including tonsils and the base of the tongue). Oral cancer symptoms include: Red or white patches Chronic sores...

Exercise, particularly moderate cardio and aerobic workouts, have been linked to improving a number of health benefits including anxiety and depression. Surprisingly, only a few studies have been performed to research the effects of exercise on chronic insomnia. One study found that moderate-intensity aerobic exercise...

Deep pressure touch stimulation is a method meant to bring a relaxing and calming feeling to those who are anxious, distressed, or suffer from sensory issues. Famed autistic professor, Temple Grandin, played a major role in developing deep pressure touch stimulation therapy and wrote about...

  Oral thrush occurs when the fungus known as Candida albicans accumulates on the lining of your tongue. Also known as oral candidiasis by dental and medical professionals, the most common sign of thrush is creamy white lesions that form on the tongue and other areas...

March 4-10 is Dental Assistant Recognition Week. Operating a dental clinic without our wonderful dental assistants would be all but impossible. What does a dental assistant do, exactly? Dental assistants do a little bit of everything at the office. They assist the dentists during procedures, take...

Feeling sad is a normal part of the human experience especially in difficult times. Feeling persistently sad, anxious, hopeless, and disinterested in things you once enjoyed, however, are all signs of depression. Depression is not something to ignore and it’s not something you can just...

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