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Mouth Healthy Holiday Snacks
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Mouth Healthy Holiday Snacks

It’s the holiday season and that means lots of meals, parties and celebrations filled with tempting food choices that may damage or stain teeth. We’ve got a nice list of some mouth healthy holiday snack tips to avoid an unnecessary trip to the dentist and to keep your teeth shining bright! Most people worry about...

Committed to Advanced Technology Because We’re Committed To Patient Experience
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Committed to Advanced Technology Because We’re Committed To Patient Experience

Keystone Dental Arts is now the proud owner of an iTero® Element™ Scanner. We are invested in your patient care and your patient experience, so we’ve introduced advanced technology that allows us to better deliver on both fronts! Q. What Does This Mean For Our Patients? A.  We’ll Make a Great First Impression! YOU DON’T HAVE...

Benefits of Implant-Retained Removable Dentures
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Benefits of Implant-Retained Removable Dentures

Implant-Retained Removable Dentures are a common solution to a common problem, but each patient’s needs are unique and there are a number of approaches to this treatment that Dr. Christian may recommend to address your case. This article discusses the benefits of this treatment option for patients currently living with unnecessary discomfort. Loose, Painful or Ill-Fitting...

We HEART Dark Chocolate for Heart Health
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We HEART Dark Chocolate for Heart Health

In honor of American Heart Month and Valentine’s Day, we’re taking this opportunity to remind you of the heart health benefits of dark chocolate. Yes, your dentist is advocating candy! A growing number of studies show that dark chocolate is one candy choice that may just be good for you! One source, Authority Nutrition, nicely...

Diabetes And Gum Disease
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Diabetes And Gum Disease

We all need to maintain a healthy oral health routine to prevent plaque from forming on our teeth, but research suggests that those with diabetes are especially vulnerable to gum disease (periodontitis). In a study published in The Journal of Clinical Periodontology,  researchers found, “Poor periodontal health is associated with worsening of glycemic control and...