We’re feeling the autumn vibes in Central Oregon! From the gorgeous leaves changing colors all around town to the plethora of pumpkin-spiced foods making our mouths water, we’re loving what fall has to offer. Here are just a few more reasons why:
There has been plenty of debate over whether dark chocolate is actually good for your teeth. While it is generally true that candy generally doesn’t mix well with keeping teeth healthy, dark chocolate can actually be a cavity fighter. But the issue isn’t so black and white.
You probably know It’s that time of year again–allergy season. But did you know that allergies can cause dental issues?
This is the time of year where hearts and minds shift to family and friends as we celebrate those things that are truly important to us. And although the chaos and busyness of the season can be overwhelming at times, the holidays have a magical way of bringing people together with good food, brightly-wrapped gifts… and way too much of Uncle Larry’s “secret recipe” eggnog.
Redmond Dental Group is partnering with the Department of Veterans Affairs to allow eligible Central Oregon Veterans to receive local care from non-Veteran Affair dental providers.
As dental professionals, ideally we’d love for our patients to opt for healthy snacks rather than candy this Halloween. However, we know that’s typically not going to be the case. The good news is that it’s possible to fill up your trick-or-treat bag and still be nice to your teeth.
Most children stop sucking their thumb on their own between the ages of 2 and 4. Some continue the habit longer, but peer pressure in school is often an effective deterrent. However, this can significantly impact the health of your child’s teeth by damaging the alignment of the teeth and jaws.
Ever had a dream about teeth? They’re actually one of the most common dream scenarios. The most typical symbolic manifestation in these dreams is losing teeth.