Test Your Knowledge by Taking This Smile Quiz

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Are you interested in seeing how much you really know about your smile? If so, Dr. Babcock and Dr. Bill are happy to help you! Our dental team is thrilled to provide a smile quiz so you can find out what you know about your teeth, gums, and mouth. Good luck! Question No. 1: Does… Read more »

The Truth About Flossing

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Do you like to avoid flossing? If so, you are putting your gums, teeth, and smile at serious risk. Flossing is important for many reasons, and to help you understand them, our team here at in , , is happy to give you this insight on the truth about flossing. Cavities can happen anywhere you… Read more »

Toothbrush Care 101

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Your toothbrush needs care in order to keep your smile healthy. Here at in , , we take your oral health very seriously, which is why we have provided this basic information on taking care of your toothbrush. Did you know, that your toothbrush can stick to bacteria, which can spread to your teeth? Well,… Read more »

Don’t Forget to Protect Your Teeth and Gums for the Holidays

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Don’t forget to protect your teeth and gums for the holidays. With all the festive cheer to be shared this holiday season, make sure your smile is included as well. Oral accidents such as cracking or chipping a tooth are common during this time of year, so please be sure to take any necessary precautions… Read more »

CEREC® Crowns Can Fix Your Smile

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Do you have a smile that is plagued by a single bad tooth or two? If you do, there is a fast and easy way to fix the problem and make your whole smile come together. CEREC® crowns are quick, permanent crowns that can cap off teeth in a single visit. If you suffer from… Read more »

Specific Candies to Avoid this Halloween

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Most dentists will agree there are few, if any, substitutes amongst sugary sweets that can be beneficial for your teeth, but there some that are worse than others. For example, candy that lingers on your teeth, such as hard or sticky candies, can be more detrimental to your oral health care, than say chocolate, which… Read more »