Give the Gift of a Beautiful Smile

The holiday season brings so many opportunities for enjoying friends and family.  It will be almost impossible to keep from smiling.  There will be group photos at the office, school or club and every party will have someone making sure it’s documented. Facetime and Skyping will bring those far away close to our hearts.  And we must include the ever-present Selfie. Is there a better time for whitening your smile?  Teeth whitening is a wonderful gift for yourself or almost everyone on your holiday gift list. Call now for a consultation about the wonderful options for teeth whitening.  Don’t forget
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Use Your Dental Insurance Before the End of the Year

It’s well worth making time in a busy schedule. Did you know that you could actually save hundreds of dollars by using your dental benefits before the end of the year? This is a fact that many people simply do not know. While some dental insurance plans run on a fiscal year, many others run on a traditional calendar year. If your dental insurance plan runs on a traditional calendar year, you may be able to save yourself hundreds on dollars overall. If your dental insurance plan runs on a fiscal calendar, rather than on a traditional calendar year, you
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December 1, 1955 Rosa Parks Ignites Bus Boycott

In Montgomery, Alabama, Rosa Parks is jailed for refusing to give up her seat on a public bus to a white man, a violation of the city’s racial segregation laws. The successful Montgomery Bus Boycott, organized by a young Baptist minister named Martin Luther King, Jr., followed Park’s historic act of civil disobedience. “The mother of the civil rights movement,” as Rosa Parks is known, was born in Tuskegee, Alabama, in 1913. She worked as a seamstress and in 1943 joined the Montgomery chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP). According to a Montgomery city
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November 30 – Computer Security Day

5 Tips for secure browsing on International Computer Security Day INCREASE THE SECURITY OF YOUR PASSWORDS Passwords are, in most cases, the only barrier between cyber-crooks and your personal data. Increase the security of your passwords for accessing all the online services you use. And remember: Don’t use the same password for all of your services! KEEP YOUR COMPUTER’S OPERATING SYSTEM UPDATED Viruses and malware exploit security vulnerabilities in outdated versions. If you want to avoid this, you need the latest security patches. Windows, for example, simplifies the task with automatic updates so that you don’t have to worry about it. DO NOT
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10 Favorite Thanksgiving side dishes

We love thanksgiving (mostly because of the food) and love to share some of our favorite recipes with you! Here are some of our favorite dishes and if you click the link you can see the recipes! Scalloped potatoes Corn casserole Sweet potatoes Cranberry sauce Butternut squash Crock Pot Bread & Sausage Stuffing Turkey Pan Gravy Buttery rolls Green Bean Casserole Cranberry salad
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Eating CHEESE Can Prevent Tooth Decay

Now we have a good reason to enjoy cheese. The U.S. Academy of General Dentistry found that eating cheese increased production of alkaline saliva Also found that chewing cheese created a protective layer around teeth which kept remaining acid at bay But mouthwash was still found to be the best protection against cavities Cheese helps reduce cavities forming in teeth because it neutralises plaque acid, according to a new study. Researchers found that the fermented dairy product made the mouth more alkaline, which in turn reduced the need for dental treatment. They also discovered that cheese created a protective film
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Can Regular Dental Check-Ups Prevent Pneumonia?

That twice-yearly trip to the dentist could do more than keep teeth and gums healthy: It may decrease the risk of pneumonia by reducing bacteria in the mouth, suggests research being presented at IDWeek 2016™. Nearly one million Americans become ill with the infection every year and 50,000 die. While it is more common among older people and those with conditions such as AIDS or lung disease, anyone can get pneumonia. Based on an analysis of a national database of more than 26,000 people, the new research found that people who never get dental checkups had an 86 percent greater
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