The well known saying “You are what you eat” emphasizes a simple, but important truth. The food and drink you choose to put into your mouth will directly affect the health of your body, including your smile. National Nutrition Month This March marks the 44th year anniversary of National Nutrition Month, a yearly campaign that […]
February is National Children’s Dental Health Month, so it’s a good time to stop and examine the progress of your child’s dental health. From the time a baby’s first teeth erupt until the appearance of their wisdom teeth, keeping a child’s dental care on track will affect not only their smile and oral health but […]
When was the last time you went to the dentist? Six months ago? One year? Several years? Does it really matter how often you visit the dentist? Read on to see how you measure up in comparison to the average American. An ADA (American Dental Association) and Crest/Oral-B public survey on America’s Oral Health Care reveals […]
Giving has been shown to benefit both the receiver and the giver. What are some of the health benefits you will get by giving to others? Find out here.
Here are some fall food favorites that will give you the warm and fuzzy feeling of autumn while enhancing the health of your teeth.
The team at Avalon Family Dentistry strives to bring you relevant and important dental topics in our ongoing Blog. There are, occasionally, topics that have nothing to do with dentistry, but are important to share. September is NICU Awareness Month. This summer, our office manager, Cristi, became a first-time Nana. It was not an easy […]
Many patients have questions about dental insurance coverage and benefits. Here are a few of the top questions we get about dental insurance.
Learn the best ways to stay young at heart and keep the hands of time from turning.
What should you do (and not do) after wisdom teeth removal to increase your comfort and speed the healing process? Here are some simple tips!
Getting a good night’s sleep takes work, but it’s worth the effort. Getting deep, restful sleep is important to restoring brain chemicals, strengthening the immune system, balancing hormones, and being able to function effectively throughout the day.