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September 14, 2017

Smile Makeovers – Your Fountain Youth

woman with toothbrush and beautiful smileDid you know your smile is one of the first things people notice about you, and it’s also one of the main physical attributes people remember after meeting someone new? It’s true! In fact, a social media poll indicated that those who have beautiful smiles were perceived as smarter, healthier, wealthier, and younger. In fact, research indicates that people who have attractive smiles are thought to be about ten years young on average. That’s not too shabby. If you want to take a sip from the fountain of youth, a visit to your local cosmetic dentist may be just what you’re looking for.
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December 20, 2016

Dentist in Mt. Holly: Brush Your Teeth Before Bedtime

Brushing at bedtime protects oral health. Mt. Holly Family Dentistry stresses proper hygiene techniques to avoid decay, gum disease and halitosis.Your life centers on routines: work, school, your kids’ soccer schedules. That same discipline must apply to your health, too, with proper nutrition, exercise and taking care of your oral health. The American Dental Association recommends daily flossing and twice daily brushing. The team at Mt. Holly Family Dentistry urges patients to brush their teeth in the morning and at bedtime, too. That nightly discipline really benefits your smile. (more…)

December 7, 2016

Your Mt. Holly Dentist Tells Why You Should Floss

Daily flossing wards off decay and gum disease. Learn reasons behind this oral hygiene habit and how to best do it from your Mt. Holly dentists. The US Department of Health and Human Services says flossing is an important part of daily oral hygiene for patients of all ages. The professional staff at Mt. Holly Family Dentistry says flossing removes sticky, bacteria-filled plaque, protecting your mouth from cavities and gum disease.  Flossing is easy, and it’s really effective. Paired with brushing and preventive dental care keeps smiles bright and overall health strong. (more…)

May 19, 2016

Mt. Holly dentists explain routine vs. deep cleanings

Periodontal disease in Mt. Holly features red, puffy, pus-filled gums that pull away from teeth. Learn how deep cleanings help this oral health problem.The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) estimate half adult Americans over 30 have periodontal or advanced gum disease. Typified by red, swollen, bleeding gums, periodontitis leads to bone recession and tooth loss and to systemic problems such as diabetes, heart attack, asthma, arthritis, dementia and more. (more…)