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20 12, 2017

How Diabetes Affects Your Oral Health

December 20th, 2017|Blogroll, Dentistry|

Diabetes can affect your oral health in ways you might not expect.

First, when you have diabetes, it’s harder for your body to fight off infection, including gum disease. “Uncontrolled blood sugar lowers the healing response, which makes repairing gums and fighting off infection that much harder,” says Dr. Benjamin A. Lawlor of Maine Cosmetic Dentistry near Portland, […]

28 11, 2017

The Best Electric Toothbrush

November 28th, 2017|Blogroll, Dentistry|

Philips Sonicare 2 SeriesBest Overall
Oral-B – Pro 1000 Electric ToothbrushBest Budget
Philips Sonicare DiamondCleanBest Feature-Packed Toothbrush
Sonicare For Kids Sonic electric toothbrushBest Kids Toothbrush

The Philips Sonicare 2 Series is our top pick for offering an effective clean without feeling gimmicky. As a sonic toothbrush, it’s brushing head vibrates rapidly to help remove plaque. Our testers […]

7 11, 2017

Brush Up on Good Oral Hygiene Habits

November 7th, 2017|Blogroll, Dentistry|

Did you brush your teeth? It’s a question that every parent asks their kids at least twice a day. Kids are listening, as dentists say consumers are more aware about the benefits of good oral hygiene.

“People have better oral hygiene habits compared to when I started my practice 18 years ago,” said Dr. Katia Friedman, Friedman […]

6 11, 2017

6 Healthy Habits You’ll Thank Yourself For Starting 20 Years From Now

November 6th, 2017|Blogroll, Dentistry|

For many of us, living a healthy lifestyle in our 20s and 30s is all about the here and now. Eating the right foods to feel and look good today. Or using that trendy sheet mask to get glowing skin for tonight. Rarely do we consider what our bodies will need and want down the road. After all, “future us” […]

30 08, 2017

Pros and Cons of Chewing Gum

August 30th, 2017|Blogroll, Dental Related, Dentistry, Friedman Cares, Pediatric Dentistry|

Pros and Cons of Chewing Gum
Many people have a habit of chewing gum, but did you ever think about the benefits it can have? One pro, believe it or not, is gum chewing relieves heartburn. The extra saliva in your mouth actually balances out stomach acid. Chewing gum for at least 30 minutes is said […]

21 07, 2017

How to Hire the Best Front Office Staff

July 21st, 2017|Blogroll, Dental Related, Dentistry, Specialists|

Hiring staff for your medical or dental practice is a significant investment in your time and money—but it’s worth it. Your receptionist, billing clerk, and office manager interact/perform necessary tasks and set the tone for your practice, ultimately enabling you to become successful. To your patients, the front office staff is the face of your […]

18 03, 2016

Bring Your Smile Back With Advanced Dentistry

March 18th, 2016|Blogroll|

As mentioned in a previous article on our website your flawless smile depicts your inner confidence. Your smile is undoubtedly your most priceless asset. Decaying teeth ruin your personality; damaged and stained teeth not only rob your face of its charm but also lead to embarrassment while you laugh. If you have teeth trouble its […]

12 03, 2016

Thе Growing Practicability in Sedation Dentistry

March 12th, 2016|Blogroll|

Mаnу Americans gо withоut regular dental health care, аnd thаt iѕ thе perfect recipe tо leave minor dental problems tо bесоmе big problems thаt аrе muсh mоrе costly tо repair. Dental anxiety оr unusual sensitivity tо pain саn lead tо people nоt gеtting regular checkups. Thаt’ѕ whу оnе оf thе mоѕt significant сhаngеѕ in thе […]

4 03, 2016

The Benefits Of Cosmetic Dentistry

March 4th, 2016|Blogroll|

In modern times where beauty and eternal youth are the things of paramount concern, it is no wonder that cosmetic dentistry has emerged into the forefront. Numerous patients choose to utilize many of the different procedures of cosmetic dentistry available in order to improve their smile. Cosmetic dentistry does not consider the treatment of dental […]

2 12, 2014

Study Shows One in Five Americans Prefer Visiting the Dentist to Learning About Money Management

December 2nd, 2014|Blogroll, Dental Related, Dentistry|

For an astonishing number of Americans, learning about money management from a financial adviser is even less enjoyable than pulling teeth.

A new study conducted by Springleaf Financial, a financial advising firm based in Evansville, NC, shows that 17% of Americans — nearly one in five — would rather seek out general dentistry services from their […]