What if I can’t hold a toothbrush?

Q.  My husband has been dealing with Parkinson’s Disease for a couple years and I’ve noticed lately that it is getting harder for him to grip things like forks and toothbrushes.  What can I do? A. Complete and regular removal of plaque is the single most important factor in preventing dental disease. Many patients, and not… Continue reading

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Spring Cleaning

Spring is here!  Time to clean out the cupboards, empty the fridge, sweep the cobwebs… and get your teeth cleaned? That’s right.  If you’ve fallen off the dental band wagon, it’s time to put your regular dental checkup and cleaning at the top of your spring to-do list. People often think that brushing and flossing renders regular dental cleanings… Continue reading

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Hhhhhey Baby

Bad Breath May Be Affecting Your Love Life Over the past decade, a multitude of studies have pointed to the fact that, of the five senses, the sense of smell is able to generate the strongest emotional responses.  This is why we immediately think warm, fuzzy thoughts of our childhood when the scent of homemade apple pie is wafting… Continue reading

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