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  • Ohio: Thanks for National Children’s Oral Health Month!

    Seventy-seven years ago, about two hours away from our dentist Polaris area patients call home, celebrating children’s dental health began.  On February 3, 1941 a Cleveland dentist office promoted oral health care for children.  The concept then grew nationally from a single day, to a week, [...]

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    What Your Smile Tells Others

    January 29, 2018
    What Your Smile Tells Others

    Ever wonder how others see you?  Do you exude confidence or timidness?  Do you have a welcoming persona or do you close yourself off to people?  Our body language says a lot about who we are, even when we don’t consciously think about it.  Besides how we present ourselves to others and our [...]

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    Don’t Let Halitosis Haunt Your Holidays

    Halitosis is more than just morning breath.  It is a chronic, or persistent, bad odor that doesn’t go away with brushing alone.  Halitosis is a result of any number of oral problems.  If you suffer from chronic bad breath, you may have anxiety about mingling at your holiday parties this year. [...]

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    Pacifier Use and Caring for Your Child’s Teeth

    Dr. Young, our Polaris dentist, often gets questions from concerned parents related to pacifiers and the way in which they might affect the overall oral health of a child.  The good news is that it is common for a young infant to use a pacifier; it brings comfort and soothes the child when they are[...]

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