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Why Visiting the Dentist Doesn't Have to Be Scary
Why Visiting the Dentist Doesn't Have to Be Scary

Dental anxiety is real, and it’s something that our team at Robert A. Neal Family Dentistry is dedicated to helping out patients through. Visiting the dentist doesn’t have to be scary. Ease your worries and take care of your dental health with these tips. 5 Tips for ...

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    When you visit the dentist for your regular cleaning , your hygienist will use specialized tools to clean your teeth. The plaque scraper, or dental ...

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    Halloween is almost here, which means bags of candy and sweet treats are to follow. We know that this holiday is a tempting one — who can resist the ...

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  • What Causes a Swollen Gum Around One Tooth?

    Why Is My Gum Swollen Around One Tooth? The last thing you need to deal with is a swollen gum. However, if your mouth is red or swollen, your gums are ...

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  • How to Check for Bad Breath

    In a panic with how your breath smells even though you brushed your teeth this morning? Several people have quick methods for how to check for bad ...

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  • New Game to Teach Kids How to Brush

    Statistics show that less than half of American children brush their teeth twice a day and that tooth decay is our nation’s most common chronic ...

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