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Medical Conditions Linked to Poor Dental Hygiene
Medical Conditions Linked to Poor Dental Hygiene

Protecting Your Oral & Overall Health Each major organ, muscle, and connective tissue in our body is linked in one way or another — meaning that a condition that affects one area can affect another. Keep reading to learn why taking care of your oral health can help reduce ...

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    Creating Healthier Smiles Together As we continue to spend more time together at home, you and your family may have created similar routines — from ...

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  • When Should My Child First Visit the Dentist?

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  • Dental Hygiene Tips for Kids

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    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 ...

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