Is Chocolate Bad for Your Teeth?

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This may first appear as a silly question to ask your dentist in Memphis. Popular opinion would answer it with a resounding, “Yes, chocolate is bad for your teeth. Obviously.” However, our Memphis dental office has a slightly different position when it comes to chocolate and your oral health. Chocolate’s Secret Benefit for Happy Teeth… Read more »

3 Oral Health Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Stress Out This Holiday Season

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We’re just beginning the month long craziness of the holiday season. Between the meal preps, travel arrangements, party planning, and everything in between, it’s only normal to feel a little more stressed than normal. It’s no secret that stress can negatively affect overall health, but the team at our Memphis dental office wants you to… Read more »

Happy National Dental Hygiene Month!

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October is commonly recognized as the month packed with pumpkins, scarecrows, trick-or-treaters, and all things Halloween. At our dental office in Memphis, October has another important meaning that’s near and dear to our hearts; it’s National Dental Hygiene month – when we recognize our dedicated dental hygienists and bring awareness to the importance of proper… Read more »

How to Choose a Dentist in Memphis

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Whether you’re new to the area or just looking for a new dentist, choosing the right practice for yourself and your family can be an intimidating process. It’s important to know that not all dentists will be a good fit for your unique needs. But don’t worry, there’s a practice just for you, and we’d… Read more »

All About Gum Recession

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At our dental office in Memphis, we tend to put a lot of focus on our patients’ teeth and any concerns they have in relation to the appearance of their smiles. But there’s so much more to consider when evaluating overall oral health. The gums, for example, are one area that is commonly ignored, yet… Read more »