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Williamsville Dental Blogs

Monthly your Williamsville dentist will be compiling dental blogs written on topics of oral hygiene, prevention, maintenance and general news. For any questions or to suggest topics for future blog topics- please contact us today!

 

Below you can find out blogs sorted by month:

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National Dental Hygiene Month 2015
Dentist in Williamsville on the Importance of Hygiene   In just a few days, we will be in the midst of October! Not only does that mean cooler temperatures, leaves falling and some spooky treats to protect the kids mouth from at...
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Saving Your Teeth from Halloween Treats
Williamsville dentist with Sweet(s) Advice   Since Halloween is right around the corner, children and adults alike will feel obliged to indulge in candy a little more than usual. It’s tradition, right? Unfortunately, eating a...
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For Our Smiles, We Are Thankful
Williamsville dentist on Thanksgiving Favorites   There is no time quite like the holidays to bring the family together, enjoy a nice home cooked meal and appreciate the time you get to spend with one another. Thanksgiving is typically...
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New Year, Better Smile
Tips for How to Better Your Smile in the New Year with Your Williamsville NY Dentist   The New Year is right around the corner and everyone is thinking of their resolutions. Commonly, resolutions are about saving money, losing weight,...
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National Children’s Dental Health Month
In just a few days when February graces us with its presence, it will mark the 75th anniversary of the ADA’s National Children’s Dental Health Month! With your Williamsville dentist’s dedication to oral health care for patients...
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National Nutrition Month 2016
Williamsville dentist on March (Nutrition) Madness!   While it may be a little too late to qualify for a “New Year’s Resolution” diet- your Williamsville dentist wants you to know it is never too late to...
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Eating Disorders and Oral Health
Williamsville dentist on the Dental Effects of Eating Disorders   With March being “National Nutrition Month,” your Williamsville dentist wanted to talk to you today about a subject that can sometimes be overlooked...
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National Facial Protection Month
Williamsville NY Dentist Spreads Awareness of Protecting Your Teeth during Sports Season   Now that it’s getting warmer, baseball season is just about here! Not only for the professionals, but for children and young adults, too....
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World No Tobacco Day 2016
Help Your Dentist in Williamsville NY Spread the Word about World No Tobacco Day This Year!   Every year an estimated 6 million deaths are caused by tobacco related products worldwide. And although they are the most vilified, that is...
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Keep a Healthy Smile All Summer
Williamsville NY dentist Shows how to Enjoy Your Summer While Maintaining a Strong Smile   Summer time is officially here! This means having fun in the sun with your friends and families at parties, barbeques, at the beach, and...
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Consequences of Not Flossing
Use Helpful Tips from Your Williamsville NY Dentist to Protect Your Teeth by Daily Flossing It’s no secret that every dentist you’ve visited has told you to floss in order to protect improve your oral and dental health. While...
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Back-to-School Tips for Your Smile
Whether Your Kids are Going Back to School or You Are, Your Williamsville NY Family Dentist Wants Everybody to Have a Happy and Healthy Smile!   Whether your children are about to start school or they’re already back,...
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Start the Conversation: Daily 4
See how the Daily 4 Represents the Importance of Your Daily Dental Hygiene with the Help of Your Williamsville NY Dentist   The month of October is right around the corner; the weather gets cooler, the sun goes down earlier, and the...
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Scare Away a Spooky Smile!
Your Williamsville NY Dentist Wants to Protect Your Smile from the Tricks that Your Treats will Pull   Happy Halloween, from our family to yours! On this spookiest day of the year, there are some important requirements for...
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Correct these Common Dental Problems
Don’t Let These Common Dental Problems Ruin Your Smile – See how Your Dentist in Williamsville NY can Protect and Save Your Teeth   There’s a dramatic myth that as you get older, your teeth will naturally become weaker...
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Resolutions for a Healthy Smile
View Some New Year’s Resolutions by Your Williamsville NY Dentist so Your Smile can Shine Bright for 2017   The New Year is just around the corner! While everyone has had their ups and downs, we want to make sure that all of our...
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History of Toothbrushes & Toothpaste
Learn how People Used to Clean their Smile in Early Centuries and how Far We’ve Come with Our Modern Tools!   When we brush our teeth every morning and night, we don’t always think about where it all started. How was...
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What Are the Different Causes of Loose Teeth?
People of all ages often suffer from tooth loss, which can often leave negative effects on a person’s confidence and self-esteem. It can result in a lacking smile, one that leaves patients unsatisfied and embarrassed. Tooth loss often...
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Fight the Myths Harming Your Smile
Get Rid of Dental Myths and Fears with the Help of Your Williamsville NY Dentist   Dentistry is one of the most important and beneficial practices that people of all ages can benefit from. Your smile is something that you want to last...
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The Importance of Family Dentistry
When it comes to your family, you want everyone to have top oral and dental health. The best option for your family is to find a dentist that offers numerous services for family members of all ages. There are countless benefits to going to one...
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Checklist For Brushing Properly
You may think you have been brushing your teeth correctly, but there are many facets that entail maintaining proper oral health. There are many different factors that go into optimizing your dental hygiene. Below are some suggestions on how to...
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When Teeth Removal is a Must
With proper teeth care, most people try to avoid removing a tooth. In the mind of many people, a tooth is only removed because there is no hope for the tooth. And this is the case sometimes. However, this is not always the reason for removing a...
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You Cracked a Tooth...Now What?
The sound and pain of cracking or chipping a tooth can be terrifying. Not everyone has been there, so if you have experienced this feeling, consider yourself among the minority. Depending on the severity, there are many ways you can recover from...
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Common Brushing Mistakes
Stay Healthy with these Brushing Tips and the Help of your Williamsville NY Dentist   To ensure the best oral health, we believe that you should brush your teeth twice daily, once in the morning and once at night, to ensure the best...
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Importance of Caring for Children's Teeth
Help Your Children Share their Strong and Healthy Smile with the Right Snack Choices   We’re all familiar with tasty sweets, chocolates, and candies that we love to indulge in. It’s no surprise that children are big fans of...
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Avoid a Spooky Smile
During the month of October, children and adults across the US are anticipating the spookiest day of the year, Halloween. Between the creative outfits and the delicious sweets and treats, there’s a lot to look forward to on this popular...
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Protect Your Holiday Season Smile
You Can Have a Healthy Smile and Eat Your Favorite Holiday Foods, Too!   The holidays are here and your schedule is filling up fast! The next month and a half may be a little hectic, but don’t forget to keep up with your oral...
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New Year, New Smile
The new year is right around the corner! 2018 gives everyone a brand new start and the motivation to work on a list of achievements that will benefit them in a number of ways. You may already have some resolutions that you’ve been working...
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Why You Should Avoid Snacks
What makes snacks so appealing? Is it because they're quick? Is it because they're so easily accessible to enjoy? Is it because it feels like you're enjoying something you know you shouldn't, but it's just so tasty? If...
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Children's Dental Health Month
Learn the Benefits of Top Children’s Dentistry with Your Dentist in Williamsville   Each February, the American Dental Association works with thousands of dentists, orthodontists, and other dental professionals around the United...
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Foods that Can Brighten Your Smile
Integrate These Foods Suggested by Your 14221 Dentist for a Healthier Smile   When it comes to your dental care and its relationship to food, we commonly find many lists of some of your favorite meals that aren’t good for your...
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April is National Facial Protection Month
Have you ever watched a high-action sport and seen a tough collision or a player in pain? While much of their uniforms include protective gear on their legs, arms, and head, there is one important piece of equipment that should never be ignored...
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Maintain Dental Care on Vacation
When you’re getting ready for a vacation, you have countless things on your mind – the places you’ll go, the people you’ll see, the food you’ll eat – that you don’t always remember the important items to...
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Men's Oral Health Awareness
Oral and dental health is important for men and women alike, but there are differences between them that can put one or the other at a higher risk for certain issues like cavities, gum disease, and other common dental problems. According to the...
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Prepare Your Smile for Vacation
When you begin planning a vacation, it’s hard to focus on what needs to be done before you head off for ultimate relaxation. Before you go, we believe that having a peace of mind about your smile is important, so you can fully enjoy your...
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Brushing Habits to Break
  Brushing your teeth has become a staple in your routine since you were a child, working every day to maintain a strong and healthy smile. Your 14221 dentist understands that there are some habits you can easily fall into, especially...
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Common Dental Injuries in Sports
As the weather changes, kids, teens, and adults alike are shifting into a new season of sports. Our athletes participating in football, field hockey, soccer, and other potentially aggressive contact sports are all at risk for several kinds of...
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Ways to Protect Your Teeth on Halloween
Parents around the nation may be worried about the amount of candy that they’ll have to keep away from their children come Halloween night, but there is a positive side to this spooky and sweet holiday. Instead of doing your best to hide...
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Smile-Friendly Holiday Meals
Within the next month, we’ll be swamped with so many holiday plans, we won’t know which dinner to go to! Sometimes, the right answer is to go to all of them, and while your friends and family may appreciate seeing you during this...
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Working for a New Year’s Smile
Another incredible year is coming to an end, allowing us to have a fresh start as 2019 approaches. You may be compiling your list of New Year’s resolutions and insisting that you’ll be sticking to them – which you should! Any...
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How Exercise Affects Your Teeth
How has your New Year been treating you? We hope that you’re continuously working towards your resolutions and accomplishing each and every one of them! Between dieting, exercising, and other lifestyle changes, you may not notice how one...
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Your Child's Smile
As National Children’s Dental Health Month ends, we always want to share helpful tips and tricks for parents (and parents-to-be) as they watch their children grow. A child’s smile, while shiny and brand new, it’s extremely...
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Nutrition and Your Smile
When you brush your teeth every morning and night, you know that this is an integral part of your oral and dental health. Skipping this step can be dangerous and can allow bacteria to form, causing cavities, decay, and other potential issues. As...
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April is Oral Cancer Awareness Month
According to the American Cancer Society, oral cancer and oropharyngeal cancers affect about 53,000 people every year, with 10,000 of those being deadly cases. Oral cancer can appear as a sore or bump in the mouth that does not heal over time....
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Share the Dangers on No Tobacco Day
On May 31, health professionals around the world will be celebrating No Tobacco Day. It’s no secret that there are countless negative side effects to tobacco usage, but it’s still one of the most common oral health issues that people...
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Dangerous Dental Habits
You may not always realize how certain dental habits can affect your smile, but it’s important to realize the best ways to take care of your teeth and gums so you can keep your natural smile for a lifetime! Whether it’s summer...
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Popular Foods that Stain Teeth
Everyone has a favorite meal, their go-to dish that brings them the comfort and warmth of their favorite day, a memory tied to the food, or something particularly fond that always cheers them up. While there could be one meal or countless meals,...
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Back-to-School Dental Visits
School is back in session! While you’re helping your children get the best accessories and outfits, there’s something else that’s just as important – their smile! Your Williamsville dentist wants to ensure that your...
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Identify and Prevent Cavities
When you’re told that you have a cavity, all dental professionals will recommend that you have it taken care of as soon as possible. Unfortunately, due to busy schedules between work, friends, and family, patients can find it difficult to...
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Tips for a Healthy Smile This Halloween
With Halloween quickly approaching, it is important to remember your dental care routine so that your smile stays healthy this spooky season! Sugar can be bad for your teeth, so maintaining a healthy routine is essential to combat all that...