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Brushing Your Teeth: What You Need to Know

Brushing our teeth is something we do every day, but it’s important to know how to properly brush your teeth. Learning how to ensure your teeth are clean with each brushing session can improve your oral health and prevent gum disease or tooth decay. Here are some helpful tips for learning how to brush your

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7 Fun Facts About Your Teeth – Infographic

Teeth! Most of us take them, and our oral health for granted. Teeth are one of the most neglected parts of the human body. We use them every day to speak, eat, and drink.  Yet, a lot of us still don’t take proper care of our pearly whites. We created this Infographic from Sunrise Dentistry

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Keep Your Kids Happy & Healthy with Tasty Lunch Options

It’s time for kids to head back to the classroom. And while life might start getting busier for them, this doesn’t mean that their health should be compromised. Keep your kids on track by packing these tooth-healthy options in with their lunch.   Fruits and Veggies Fruits and veggies are an excellent option to add

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Thanksgiving Tips for Healthy Teeth – Infographic

Don’t forget about your oral health this holiday season! With an abundance of rich and sweet foods within your reach, it’s important to keep in mind the impact that these foods have on not only your teeth, but your body as a whole. This does not mean you have to completely refrain from enjoying Thanksgiving

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Metal Mouth: The harmful effects of mercury in fillings

Dental amalgam has been used in dentistry for more than 150 years. Many dentists use amalgams to fill cavities, which have used in hundreds of millions of patients. The main concern of dental amalgams lies in the fact that it contains mercury. While the FDA currently claims that the amount of mercury used in dental

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New Year’s Resolutions for Your Oral Health

Another year has come and gone; and as 2019 quickly approaches, it’s time to start thinking about your new year’s resolutions and what goals you would like to set for yourself in the year to come. At Sunrise Dentistry, we want to help you improve your oral and overall body health. Here are four resolutions for

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