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PAWSitive Patients CRUSH Floss Like A Boss Campaign Goal!

Flossing is an essential practice in taking care of your teeth and gums, and The American Dental Association (ADA) has long recommended cleaning between your teeth once a day.  As we all know, life is busy, and some aspects of our oral health routine can take a back seat to the demands of daily life. [...]

June 13th, 2017|Community Outreach, Keystone Cares, Oral Health, Practice News|Comments Off on PAWSitive Patients CRUSH Floss Like A Boss Campaign Goal!

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 [...]

April 21st, 2017|Cosmetic Dentistry, Practice News|Comments Off on Committed to Advanced Technology Because We’re Committed To Patient Experience

Are You At Risk For Oral Cancer?

Oral cancer is diagnosed in an estimated 50,000 people each year in the US, and it can be treated when detected early, so your chances of beating it depend on how soon you find it.   The most important step in reducing the death rate from oral cancer is early discovery. At Keystone Dental Arts, [...]

March 31st, 2017|Community Outreach, Oral Health|Comments Off on Are You At Risk For Oral Cancer?

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 [...]

March 17th, 2017|Cosmetic Dentistry, Dentures|Comments Off on Benefits of Implant-Retained Removable Dentures

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 [...]

February 3rd, 2017|Community Outreach|Comments Off on We HEART Dark Chocolate for Heart Health

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 [...]

January 12th, 2017|Gum Disease, Oral Health, Periodontal Disease, Prevention|Comments Off on Diabetes And Gum Disease

#Thankful #Gratitude #GiveThanks

THANKSGIVING is just around the corner! Not only is it a time to share good company and good food, it's a time to #GiveThanks! Thanksgiving isn’t just about the food, it’s about expressing gratitude. We’re so grateful for each of you—our valued patients and friends. Because of you, we’re excited to come into work each [...]

November 15th, 2016|Keystone Office|Comments Off on #Thankful #Gratitude #GiveThanks

National Dental Hygiene Month & The Daily 4

October is National Dental Hygiene Month! Our hygienists want to know if you are you doing "The Daily 4." We are celebrating the wonderful work our dental hygienists do every day and helping them share the importance of practicing good oral health by doing The Daily 4. The Daily 4 represent the foundation for [...]

October 26th, 2016|Oral Health|Comments Off on National Dental Hygiene Month & The Daily 4

Sensitive Tooth or Tooth Pain | Why Early Intervention Matters

A sensitive tooth is an indication of irritation of nerves in the tooth. Since the sensitivity may come and go with hot or cold exposure, eating acidic foods, brushing and flossing or with bite, patients tend to delay diagnosis until they are in constant pain and require emergency treatment.  A sensitive tooth or tooth ache [...]

September 19th, 2016|Oral Health, Prevention|Comments Off on Sensitive Tooth or Tooth Pain | Why Early Intervention Matters

Kids Dental Check-Up | Back To School

As with immunizations and physical exams, kids dental check-ups should be part of the back to school routine. Your child's periodic exam includes a cleaning, preventative fluoride treatment and an evaluation that can detect any brewing oral health problems. According to the American Dental Association, one-half of all children ages 5 to 9 have at least [...]

August 18th, 2016|Keystone Kids Club, Oral Health|Comments Off on Kids Dental Check-Up | Back To School