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What Are Dental X-Rays Used For?

added on: February 17, 2021
woman receives dental x-ray

We’re all used to showing our teeth off for photographs. But when it comes to your dentist in Danville, we’re more interested in you smiling for a different kind of picture — dental x-rays. Chances are you’ve experienced these diagnostic images at your dental appointments, but what exactly are dental… Read More…


American Heart Health Month & Your Dentist in Danville

added on: February 12, 2021
heart health month

American Heart Health Month is celebrated every February and strives to raise awareness of the prevalence of heart disease in America, as well as offer tips on how to reduce your risk of heart disease. But why is your dentist in Danville talking about heart health? Great question. The truth… Read More…


Teeth Are Not Tools

added on: January 27, 2021
boy opening something with his teeth

Fun fact: tooth enamel is the hardest substance in our bodies which helps make our teeth super-strong and resistant to damage. But just because our teeth are incredibly durable doesn’t mean that they’re immune to injury. Additionally, unlike other parts of the human body, teeth can’t heal or fix themselves,… Read More…


Make Dental Care Part of Your 2021 Resolutions

added on: January 18, 2021
2021 calendar on desk

New Year’s Resolutions are made each and every January and can range from committing to eating healthier to training to run your first marathon and anything in between. But all resolutions typically have the same underlying notion — to get healthier. This year is no different, and we may actually… Read More…


Is It Healthy For Teeth to Be REALLY White?

added on: December 16, 2020
split screen of whitened teeth

We’ve been programmed to believe that the whiter a smile is, the healthier it is. However, this isn’t always the case. In fact, your dentist in Danville wants you to know that there is such a thing as a too-white smile, and a smile that’s over-bleached can actually lead to… Read More…


Kissing Under The Mistletoe & Oral Health

added on: December 10, 2020
kissing under the mistletoe

Getting caught kissing under the mistletoe is a long-time holiday tradition that spans centuries. But did you know that this holiday smooch can also lead to some unwanted problems? Of course, kissing anyone can transfer cold or viruses, but your dentist in Danville also knows that smooches may also increase… Read More…


Are Plaque and Tartar The Same Thing?

added on: November 17, 2020
dentist in PPE

There are many misconceptions about oral health. One of the more common misconceptions is that plaque and tartar are the same things and that the terms can be used interchangeably. While this isn’t completely false, it is a bit misleading and something that your dentist in Danville wants to clear… Read More…


New Study Shows Link Between Alzheimer’s & Gum Disease

added on: November 10, 2020
woman comforts man with dementia

National Alzheimer’s Disease Month is recognized every November, and this year is no different. More than 5 million Americans are living with this form of dementia and there’s not much known about what causes it or how to prevent it. But your dentist in Danville does want to share some… Read More…


What To Eat After Having Dental Work Done

added on: October 19, 2020
oral surgery

Having dental work isn’t like other procedures where you can eat whatever you want afterward. In fact, it can be difficult to find something you can easily eat after dental treatment. Whether you’re recovering from oral surgery, a dental implant placement, a root canal, or even a filling and are… Read More…


How Facemasks May Affect Oral Health

added on: October 8, 2020
woman and child with facemaks and hand sanitizer

Facemasks are now a common thing in all of our lives. We see them hanging from rearview mirrors as we drive down the road, everyone in the grocery store is masked up, and they’re even starting to become a fashion statement to some. While facemasks are encouraged in public places… Read More…


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