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In What Ways Are Dentists Protecting Their Patients and Themselves

June 3, 2020

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Dentist wearing personal protective equipmentYou’ve been making a lot of changes in your life to keep yourself and others safe from COVID-19. During these times of uncertainty, it pays to be cautious by taking precautions like limiting your public outings, social distancing, and wearing a face covering. When it comes to keeping the community safe, your dental office has a roll to play too. Your dentist in Freedom shares some ways that they are protecting their patients during the COVID-19 pandemic.


How to Keep Your Mouth Healthy Until Your Local Dental Practice Reopens

April 18, 2020

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yellow toothbrush with toothpaste on it

Due to the recent widespread outbreak of COVID-19, your local dental practice is very likely only treating patients with dental emergencies. This means that regular checkups and cleanings are effectively postponed until further notice. If you’re normally diligent about keeping up with your oral health by attending these appointments, you might be worried that you’ll suddenly get cavities or gum disease. Not to worry; your dentist has written this guide on how to keep your mouth healthy until they’re open for cleanings again.


How Strong Oral Care Enhances Your Immune System Against COVID-19

March 15, 2020

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Father and son brushing to protect their immune systems.COVID-19 has shown to be an extremely infectious disease. If you want to reduce your risk of getting sick, it’s just as important to work towards having a strong immune system as it is to practice social distancing and hygienic practices. However, many people don’t realize that part of maintaining good overall hygiene and building a strong immune system means keeping up with oral care habits along the way. To learn how oral and overall health are connected and why it matters for your immune system, keep reading!


Is Keeping Your Gums Healthy Good for Your Heart?

February 7, 2020

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Red heart shape sitting next to model teeth and stethoscope It’s perfect that February is all about love and hearts since it’s dedicated as American Heart Month! Now is a great time to pause making Valentine’s Day dinner plans and buying flowers to reflect on the health of your heart. When you think about taking care of this vital organ, do you think about flossing? A growing body of research suggests that we should. Recent studies show that the health of your gums plays an important role in the health of your heart, which may be why February is also National Gum Disease Awareness Month! Read on to learn more about this important connection and how a healthy smile is good for your heart.


4 Tips to Avoid Dental Emergencies Over the Holidays

December 20, 2019

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family opening presents during the holidaysThe holidays can be a stressful time of year, especially if you experience a dental emergency right before your family is supposed to arrive from out of town. Fortunately, there are certain precautionary measures you can take to avoid problems like severe toothaches, dental damage, and broken restorations. With these four tips from your emergency dentist, you’ll be able to get the most out of your holidays and enjoy valuable family time. (more…)

4 Reasons to Use Your 2019 Dental Insurance Benefits Now

November 15, 2019

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Imagine that you’re going holiday shopping. You’ve picked out gifts for your loved ones that you know they will love. On your way out of the store, you drop your bags into the garbage and walk away. You would never throw away your money like that, and yet, if you haven’t visited the dentist in a while or need dental work, you may lose money that you’ve spent on your dental insurance benefits this year by the time 2020 comes around. Below are four reasons why you should make sure you use your dental insurance before the end of the year. (more…)

The Why and How of Excellent Dental Hygiene

October 14, 2019

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dental hygiene productsOctober is widely known as the month when Halloween takes place. It is also Adopt a Shelter Dog Month, Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and Global Diversity Awareness Month. But did you know that it is also National Dental Hygiene Month? That makes it the perfect time for you to pause to think about how well you are doing at caring for your smile. Let’s discuss why oral hygiene is so important, and then we’ll discuss some tips to help you maintain a clean, healthy mouth.


A Children’s Dentist Gives Tips For Packing a Healthy Lunch For Your Child

August 10, 2019

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A healthy lunch being packed into a containerThe start of each new school year is a fresh slate and the perfect time to establish good habits that will help your child have a great year. One example is packing a low-sugar, healthy lunch each day that not only tastes great but also improves their oral and overall health. Along with scheduling a back-to-school checkup with a children’s dentist, wholesome food choices are one of the best things you can do to prevent cavities and make sure their smile stays healthy. Learn more below!


The Importance of Setting Dental Appointments for Your Child!

May 5, 2019

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mother holding son dental visitAs a parent, you just can’t help but worry about your child’s oral health. That’s because you want what’s best for him or her. One of the ways to accomplish your goal is to maintain regular dental appointments with your local dentist. If you’re wondering why these visits are so critical, keep reading to get the answers!


Linking Your Heart and the Health Impacts of Sleep Apnea in Kaukauna

March 3, 2019

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a man snoring and his wife covering her earsSleep apnea can have damaging effects on your overall health. Not only can it cause problems because of the lack of sleep you and your partner will receive (snoring, gasping for air), but it can become dangerous when considering other health-related conditions such as diabetes, stroke, or heart disease. If you’re wondering how your difficulty sleeping can be related to your heart, let us explain the health impacts of sleep apnea in Kaukauna.


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