We cover a broad range of topics and educational information here in our blog. Check back often for updated information to help you improve your oral health and hygiene.

Manual v. Electric Toothbrushes: Which is Better?

Proper oral health starts with your daily hygiene habits at home. When you brush your teeth, you’re able to remove plaque, bacteria and odor-causing germs that can lead to problems with tooth decay and gingivitis. There are two different types of toothbrushes available on the market:...

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How to Handle Your Child’s Tooth Fairy Experience

When kids start to lose their baby teeth, it can be a confusing time for them. However, a great way to make it a fun and exciting experience is to include the idea of the tooth fairy! Your children will look forward to a visit from the tooth fairy and a little reward under their … <...

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Everything You Should Know About Oral Cancer

When talking about oral health, we often think of ways to avoid tooth decay, gum disease and infections. And we all know we should brush, floss and see our dentist for our exams, x-rays and teeth cleanings. However, oral cancer is a concern that isn’t discussed as often. Here’s what yo...

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How to Manage Dental Anxiety in Children

It’s common for children to be fearful or stressed when it comes to visiting the dentist. After all, many adults share those same feelings, so you can imagine how overwhelming it can be for kids. Here are some dental anxiety management tips to help children cope with their emotions and h...

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Why Did My Dentist Recommend I Visit Every Four Months?

People are generally advised to visit the dentist every six months for a bi-annual cleaning and exam. However, your dentist may recommend that you visit every four months. Although this might seem concerning, there are several reasons that you might need to visit the dentist more frequentl...

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Your Guide to Cosmetic Botox Treatments

For decades, patients have been turning to Botox as a treatment for signs of aging. Botox has proven successful in reducing wrinkles, frown lines, crow’s feet, and other facial creases that come with age. Cosmetic Botox procedures have gained popularity because they are non-invasive, don...

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February is National Children’s Dental Health Month

February is National Children’s Dental Health Month Nevada Oral Health Program challenges Nevadans to swap sugary drinks for ‘Water, Nature’s Drink!’ Carson City, NV – The Nevada Oral Health Program (NOHP), in partnership with the American Dental Association is proud to bring...

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