November Newsletter

  IN THIS ISSUE:
The Facts on Fillings
Mind Your Meds: 6 Ways Medicine Can Sabotage Your Smile
For Seniors, It’s Serious: 6 Age-Related Risks to Your Smile
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The Facts on Fillings
Whether you need an existing filling replaced or a new cavity filled, get the facts on what your options are. Gone are the days when cast gold and silver amalgams were your only choices. With dental care advancements, other materials are also being used to fill cavities. Here are the advantages and disadvantages of the four most common filling materials.

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Mind Your Meds: 6 Ways Medicine Can Sabotage Your Smile
Be honest: do you take the time to read through the lengthy medical pamphlets attached to your medications? If you thought the warning label on the back of the bottle had everything covered, think again! Often, there simply isn’t enough space to spell out every side effect on the container, and you could be overlooking important warnings to the detriment of your dental health. Should any of these oral symptoms suddenly arise, head to your dentist to find out if your medicine is to blame.

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For Seniors, It’s Serious: 6 Age-Related Risks to Your Smile
Health issues may naturally come with age, but who says you have to take them lying down? Believe it or not, something as simple as regular dental visits can make a big difference in quality of life as you get older, even if you’re sporting dentures or have managed to keep your smile free of cavities. Stay one step ahead of these six age-related oral problems by making routine checkups a top priority.

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