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The great question every patient wants to know the answer to. Which do you do first, do you brush or floss first? According to the ADA and a new blog article written in the New York Times Online, it is recommended that you floss first and then brush. Why is this? It has more to do with habit than the science behind it. People are more likely to remember to floss if they floss before they brush. Read more at: http://well.blogs.nytimes.com/2015/05/29/ask-well-floss-or-brush-first/?_r=0

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A new study, to be published in January 2015, describes how the saliva may be used for testing instead of blood. No more pricks or blood drawing? We would all love that! Using the saliva, the scientist can test for conditions such as Cancer and Type 2 Diabetes. Read more on Fox News. We are excited to hear about all of the advances in Dentistry.

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How often do you smile in a day? It has been found that kids smile as much as 400 times a day, women 62 times a day, and men about 8 times a day. Remember it takes fewer muscles to smile than to frown. 

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Bad Breath – how to deal with it

Are you concerned you have bad breath (Halitosis)? This article featured on Today.com will give you some tips on how to deal with bad breath. One of the most important things with bad breath is to let your dentist or dental hygienist know. Your bad breath may be caused by various things including dry mouth, gum disease, and dental decay. Be sure to set up your dental check up appointment today. 

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