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April is Oral Cancer Awareness Month | 5 Oral Cancer Stats You Need To Know

This April, the nation observes the 17th Annual Oral Cancer Awareness Month and Keystone Dental Arts joins the nation’s top dental associations and health organizations in this campaign to raise awareness of oral cancer screenings and the importance of early detection. According to a survey just released by Vigilant Biosciences, Inc, a leading innovator and...

Keystone Dental Arts Sponsors Dental Health Month
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Keystone Dental Arts Sponsors Dental Health Month

As a Dental Health Month presenting sponsor for the Children’s Museum of New Hampshire, Keystone Dental Arts hosts a fun filled day at the museum.  The American Dental Association (ADA), America’s leading advocate for oral health, along with the ADA Foundation, promoted February 2016 as National Children’s Dental Health Month (NCDHM). “This month-long national health observance brings...

Non-VA Dental Care For NH Veterans
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Non-VA Dental Care for NH Veterans

In recent months, Keystone Dental Arts has been seeing more and more patient referrals from the Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Manchester, NH (VAMC). This influx of veterans as new patients is likely a result of the expanded access to non-VA dental care now accessible thanks to the Veterans Choice program. In August 2014 the Veterans Access, Choice...

Is your smile camera ready?
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Is Your Smile Camera Ready?

When planning a wedding the “To-Do” list can be daunting. Flowers, venue, catering, and finding “The Dress”– all the elements to help the couple create their perfect day. And after the big day is done you’ll take a deep breath, relax…and pour over the wedding photos. Whether you’re the bride, a groomsman, or a family...

The Benefits of a Healthy Smile
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The Benefits of a Healthy Smile

Picture yourself in a room full of people you don’t know. Maybe you’re excited. Maybe you’re nervous. You may even feel a bit lonely. Searching the crowd, you look for a familiar face. You make eye contact with someone, and then… …they smile! With that tiny twitch of the muscles everything can change. Every culture acknowledges...