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Brushing At Work Is Good For Your Oral Health And Your Job

Brushing At Work Is Good For Your Oral Health And Your Job

AFTER FINISHING LUNCH AT WORK, DO YOU BRUSH YOUR TEETH? A survey reveals that despite knowing that a healthy, attractive smile affects both personal wellness and professional image, very few people are brushing at the office. The survey, carried out by The Academy of General Dentistry and Oral-B Laboratories, polled more than 1,000 full-time employees… Read More »


Be Sure To Protect Your Smile While Playing Sports

Be Sure To Protect Your Smile While Playing Sports

5,000,000 TEETH ARE KNOCKED OUT during sporting events each year, according to the National Youth Sports Safety Foundation. Yes, that’s six zeros, meaning five million! If people don’t start protecting themselves, the Tooth Fairy may be able to retire—and we don’t want that! April is National Facial Protection Month. Regardless of your age (adults get… Read More »


Some History About Smiling In Photographs

Some History About Smiling In Photographs

CAN YOU IMAGINE HOLDING YOUR SMILE perfectly still for 15 minutes until the camera clicked? That’s how long it took for a photograph to expose in 1839. Later, exposure times were significantly cut back, but it still took at least 20 seconds. To make sure pictures weren’t ruined, photographers asked their subjects to stay completely… Read More »


Are Your Brushing Techniques Hurting Your Teeth?

Are Your Brushing Techniques Hurting Your Teeth?

DO YOU EXPERIENCE sudden, sharp pain sometimes when you drink a glass of ice water, eat ice cream, or sip hot coffee? You’re not alone. One in eight adults experiences tooth sensitivity—the kind of sensitivity that isn’t due to a problem such as a cavity. So what’s causing it? Surprisingly, one of the most common causes of tooth… Read More »


Why Your Smile Prefers Water Over Soft Drinks

Why Your Smile Prefers Water Over Soft Drinks

HERE ARE SOME INTERESTING STATS about soft drinks: The average soft drink serving size has tripled since the 1950s. The average person drinks about 45 gallons of soda per year. 7% of adults drink four servings or more per day. At least 20% of children drink four servings or more per day. Soft drinks are… Read More »


Dispelling Misperceptions About Root Canal Therapy

Dispelling Misperceptions About Root Canal Therapy

March 17–23 is Root Canal Awareness Week. We know there are misperceptions out there about root canal therapy. We also know that it’s a topic people don’t typically visit about in a favorable light. Root canal therapy has always been a bit of a “whipping boy” in dentistry—and, its reputation is probably undeserved. This is… Read More »


While You Were Sleeping (or trying to)

While You Were Sleeping (or trying to)

ARE YOU SLEEPING AS WELL AS YOU’D LIKE? If you said “no”, you’re not alone. A 2011 poll by the National Sleep Foundation found that nearly two thirds of adults say their sleep needs are not being met. Two thirds! Even more surprising is this: your sleep deprivation may have something to do with your… Read More »


Your Healthy Smile Can Last A Lifetime | David S. Frey DDS

Your Healthy Smile Can Last A Lifetime

MORE AND MORE PEOPLE are keeping their original teeth well into their old age. It’s fantastic! However, it’s really important to understand the special attention needed to maintain a healthy smile when you’re 60+ years of age. Whether you fall in that category, or you care for someone who is elderly, there are a few… Read More »



Do You, Or Does Someone You Love, Have Diabetes?

Do You, Or Does Someone You Love, Have Diabetes?

NEARLY EVERYONE KNOWS SOMEONE WHO is directly or indirectly affected by diabetes. Not only can diabetes be difficult to manage, but it can also increase a person’s risk for other major health problems—including oral health problems. It’s Everyone’s Obligation To Help Educate With over 300 million people worldwide suffering from diabetes, we want to be… Read More »


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