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Drinking Beverages with Your Oral Health in Mind

You do a lot to protect your oral health. On a daily basis, you brush, floss, and may even rinse with mouthwash multiple times. With Heritage Dental you also have access to honest, compassionate, and qualified dental professionals to partner with on maintaining your oral health…remember to schedule regular visits for checkups and cleanings!   Read More

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DATE : 11.12.2018
TAGS :   Teeth Drinks

How to Prepare for a Dental Procedure

"Dentist" can be an intimidating word, so at Heritage Dental we strive to address your concerns and to make your visit as comfortable as possible. If you're considering a dental procedure, read our latest blog to prepare (and be reassured) for your next visit.   Read More

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DATE : 10.12.2018
TAGS :   Surgery

How To Keep Your Child's Teeth Healthy Through Various Stages of Development

New parents face a steep learning curve, but there are plenty of professional resources to help out. Don’t forget to rely on dental professionals who can guide you through various stages of oral development and help you to maintain your child’s precious smile.   Read More

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DATE : 09.20.2018
TAGS :   Children

Summer Drink Ideas for a Healthy Mouth

It’s natural to reach for ice cold, sugary drinks when the temperatures soar, but you’d be surprised how easy it is to make your own summer drinks that make the family happy without harming your oral health.   Read More

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DATE : 07.30.2018
TAGS :   Healthy drinks

Summer Dental Tips for Your Kids

It’s tempting to loosen the reins on your child's routine over the summer, it is their break after all! But it's important to maintain healthy habits and to be prepared for dental emergencies that arise, here are some tips to stay on track!   Read More

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DATE : 07.18.2018
TAGS :   Summer children

Why flossing is important.

What you might not know is just how important flossing really is, especially if you want to maintain your oral health and preserve your beautiful smile as long as possible. Brushing simply isn't enough to keep your mouth clean, although it can certainly do wonders for the surfaces of your teeth. You need to floss if you want the best chance to keep your mouth healthy for years to come. Here are a few reasons why flossing is so important.   Read More

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DATE : 07.06.2018
TAGS :   Flossing Teeth

Stress-Free Environment

The dental professionals at Heritage Dental entered their field with the goal of helping patients to increase their health and happiness. In order to do accomplish these goals, we do everything in our power to remain up-to-date with the latest techniques, employ the newest technologies, and create an environment in which you feel calm and confident in the care you receive.   Read More

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DATE : 05.31.2018
TAGS :   Stress Free

10 Things You Didn’t Know About Your Toothbrush

We know and love our toothbrushes as the tools that kick plaque to the curb, help keep cavities at bay (with the help of fluoride toothpaste, of course) and freshen our breath. But what else can we learn about them? Read on for some toothbrush facts.   Read More

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DATE : 05.23.2018

Importance of Teeth Cleaning

A bright and beautiful smile is often a person's calling card, and the first thing most people notice when meeting someone new. In order to ensure that your teeth remain functional and attractive for years to come, you need to combat the damage you do on a daily basis with...   Read More

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DATE : 05.09.2018
TAGS :   Clean, Teeth

How Often Should I Be Getting My Teeth Cleaned?

When it comes to maintaining your oral health and preserving a strong, functional, and beautiful smile, most adults understand the importance of a dedicated home care routine, complete with daily brushing, flossing, and rinsing with mouthwash, preferably after every meal.   Read More

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DATE : 05.02.2018
TAGS :   Teeth, Clean

How Often Should I Change My Toothbrush?

As you may or may not know, your mouth is full of bacteria. As a general rule, this is no cause for alarm, especially if you practice proper oral hygiene at home and visit your dentist regularly for cleaning and examination. However, you should know that when...   Read More

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DATE : 04.27.2018
TAGS :   Toothbrush, Brushing

 

WE'RE INTERRUPTING BECAUSE WE CARE ABOUT YOUR HEALTH.

Untreated dental disease can lead to serious long-term problems. The American Dental Association recommends all adults and children visit a dentist every six months. Whether you're a current or future client we hope to see you soon!