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3 Dental Tips If You Have A Cold Or The Flu

3 Dental Tips If You Have A Cold Or The Flu

WHEN THE COLD AND FLU SEASON STRIKES your teeth are probably the last thing you’re thinking about as you reach for another tissue! But there ARE some things related to that cold or flu that can affect your oral health. Be conscious of these three things: Tip 1: Avoid Dry Mouth By Staying Hydrated Dry mouth… Read More »


Six Awesome, Surprising Toothpaste Uses

Six Awesome, Surprising Toothpaste Uses

WE USE IT DAILY TO CLEAN OUR TEETH and freshen our breath, but did you know there are many other everyday uses for toothpaste? Here are a few: Cleaning, Polishing, And Removing Stains A little toothpaste can help remove stains from clothes and carpet, crayon from walls, scuffs from shoes, and soap scum from the shower.… Read More »


The Connection Between Gum Disease And Dementia

The Connection Between Gum Disease And Dementia

NEARLY ALL OF US EXPERIENCE bleeding gums at some point in our lives. But don’t assume it’s no big deal. Gum disease can have serious consequences including pain, chronic bleeding and tooth loss. It has also been linked to a number of total body health conditions including Alzheimer’s. Skipping The Floss Can Increase Dementia Risk A recent study… Read More »


Desserts, Snacks, And Your Smile’s Health

Desserts, Snacks, And Your Smile’s Health

YES, SNACKS AND DESSERTS ARE BOTH TEMPTING AND TASTY! But they can wreak havoc on your teeth. For your smile’s health, when it comes to sweets, consider what and when you eat. One Option… Don’t Save Dessert For Last! When you finish off a meal with something sweet the starch and sugar may end up… Read More »


Reducing Canker Sore Pain And Duration

Reducing Canker Sore Pain And Duration

THE EXACT CAUSE of canker sores is unknown. What we do know is that canker sores can be extremely bothersome! By better understanding some of the possible causes—and some treatment options—we hope to reduce the irritation canker sores may cause you. Possible Canker Sore Causes  These non-contagious lesions that appear on your gums, lips, cheeks,… Read More »


Ages 65+: Your Healthy Smile Timeline

Ages 65+: Your Healthy Smile Timeline

WELCOME TO THE FOURTH and final chapter in our “Healthy Smile Timeline” series. Let’s talk about a few special concerns that may crop up once your smile is a little more seasoned—as well as some cosmetic options you may want to consider. If YOU don’t fall into this particular age category, perhaps you care for someone who… Read More »


Your Healthy Smile Timeline: Ages 40-60

Your Healthy Smile Timeline: Ages 40-60

IT’S TIME TO TALK ABOUT 40–60 YEAR OLD SMILES in our Healthy Smile Timeline Series! And again, don’t forget that if YOU don’t fall into this category share this post with someone who does—a family member, coworker, parent or friend. Great oral health is important for everyone. Must-Do’s, Ages 40–60: It’s estimated that up to 3/4 of adults… Read More »


Ages 20–40: Your Healthy Smile Timeline

Ages 20–40: Your Healthy Smile Timeline

THIS WEEK (as part of our Healthy Smile Timeline Series) let’s address some age-specific dental topics for patients ages 20–40. Remember, even if YOU don’t fall into this particular age range you certainly know and/or care about someone who does. Pass this post along to extended family members, coworkers and friends! They’ll appreciate it. We don’t want… Read More »


Your Healthy Smile Timeline: Ages 1–20

Your Healthy Smile Timeline: Ages 1–20

OVER THE NEXT FOUR WEEKS, we’re going to trace a timeline for your lifelong, healthy smile! And to help make it useful and actionable for you, we’re breaking the content into four age categories. This also gives us a chance to share some “age-specific” concerns and tips. Even if YOU don’t fall into the age… Read More »


Your Strong, Healthy Smile Needs Exercise | David S. Frey DDS

Your Strong, Healthy Smile Needs Exercise

NEW RESEARCH SUGGESTS that much of the dental “wear and tear” we see today rarely existed prehistorically, and overly-processed diets may be partially to blame. While not all experts agree, some studies conclude that our modern-day teeth are just not getting the workouts they need. Some Wear Is Natural And Even Beneficial Harder foods eaten in moderation… Read More »


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