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National Dental Hygiene Month is Here!
added on: October 24, 2019
dental hygienist in foreground

There’s a lot to be thankful for as we move into this part of 2019, but October is also a time when the entire nation comes together to observe National Dental Hygiene Month. This is a special part of the year when you, along with your dentist is Garden City,… Read More…


You CAN Relax at the Dentist! (We’ll Show You How)
added on: October 15, 2019
woman at the dentist

Nothing gives some people more dread in their stomach than knowing they need to see their dentist in Garden City soon. It doesn’t matter if it’s a regular visit and cleaning or a first-time appointment to establish care, there’s a good chance you or someone you know feels anxiety no… Read More…


Different Types of Dental Floss
added on: July 26, 2019
dental floss

When it comes to great oral health, you’ll often hear your dentist in Garden City talk a lot about proper brushing and the importance of doing it every day. But there’s a good chance your dental team also talks to you about why you should be flossing every day. And… Read More…


5 Dental Myths That You Shouldn’t Believe
added on: December 26, 2018
frustrated woman

There are plenty of places to get oral health advice — our dental office in Garden City, friends or family members, and perhaps even the internet. But not all dental advice is created equal. In fact, there are several tips that we’ve heard that are just not true, some of… Read More…


Diabetic Oral Health Care
added on: November 12, 2018
diabetic testing

Nearly 30 million Americans are living with diabetes. That’s 30 million people who have the added responsibility of working to maintain their blood glucose levels day in and day out. While it’s fairly well known that diabetes can lead to other health problems such as heart disease and kidney disease,… Read More…


Chew On This: Gum Can Help Keep Smiles Healthy
added on: October 11, 2018
woman chewing gum

When it comes to candy it should come as no surprise that the team at our dental office in Garden City can be wary of the stuff. But there is a type of candy that we actually encourage our patients to eat. Well, at least chew on. Sugarless gum, or… Read More…


What’s The Difference Between Gum Disease & Gingivitis?
added on: September 19, 2018
worrying woman

Gum disease is often one term used to describe what are actually three different things. While each level of infection is recognized by a medical term all its own, they are all in fact an infection of the gums. At our dental office in Garden City, we want to help… Read More…


Watch Out for These Labor Day Treats
added on: August 29, 2018
Labor Day Picnic

With Labor Day right around the corner, we’re sure our patients and neighbors are gearing up for a celebration. Typical Labor Day picnics usually include tons of delicious foods and snacks ranging from hot dogs and barbeque chicken to dips and salads galore. But some of these yummy treats aren’t… Read More…


There’s HOW Much Sugar in That?!
added on: July 17, 2018
yogurt with granola

Sugar has been a hot topic in the news lately, and with good reason. On average, Americans are consuming 82 grams of added sugar every day. That much sugar not only puts us at risk for serious diseases such as diabetes, but as our dental office in Garden City knows,… Read More…


Drinking Wine: Good for the Heart, Bad for Teeth?
added on: December 21, 2017

Most of us have heard that drinking red wine may have heart-healthy benefits. And while there’s still some debate on just how true that is, you may find it surprising that there may just be some oral health benefits to partaking in glass every now and then. Our dental office… Read More…


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