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The 6 Worst Drinks for Your Teeth

Just because something tastes good, doesn’t mean it’s good for you. As dentists, we often see the bad consequences of “too much of a good thing” in our patients’ mouths. But here’s a helpful list of foods to avoid so you can keep those pearly white teeth, healthy and bright!

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Stress Awareness Month

April is stress awareness month and all of us at Jefferson Dental want our patients to be aware of stress and how it affects your oral health. We know that stress is hard on your heart. It also provokes anxiety, moodiness and depression. But stress has another arrow in its quiver – it can cause mouth pain and problems with your oral health. How? Whether you realize it or not, stress can cause multiple dental health problems.

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Spring Break Dental Tips

Spring Break is right around the corner. You know what that means, students. Mid-terms are over and it’s time to go to the beach, relax, drink, and party with your friends. Before you completely let go and have the time of your life, there are a few things you should know and consider while on vacation.

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Jefferson Dental Supports National Children's Dental Health Month

Jefferson Dental Supports National Children's Dental Health Month. Celebrate National Children's Dental Health Month by helping your kids protect their teeth. Reduce their risk of tooth decay by...

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New Year, New Smile! Free Teeth Whitening for Life

Smiling more should be at the top of everyone's 2014 to-do list. It can make you happier, improve your chances for career success, and help you catch the eye of that special someone. So why don't people smile more? Many are embarrassed by yellowed or stained teeth. Teeth usually darken as we age. Other factors can cause teeth to become discolored too, including...

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Jefferson Dental Supports "Healthy Mouths, Healthy Lives"

A coalition of more than 35 leading dental organizations has partnered with an ad council to launch the first campaign on children’s oral health. This partnership entitled “Healthy Mouths, Healthy Lives” will be the first joint national multimedia public service campaign designed to teach parents and caregivers, as well as children, about the importance of oral health and the simple ways in which they can help prevent oral disease.

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Welcoming the School Year With a Smile

Back to school can be a stressful time for both parents and children as they gear up and get ready for another successful year of school. This year, Jefferson Dental attended the “Tarrant County Back 2 School Round Up” on Wednesday, August 7th in the Amon G. Carter Exhibit Hall. At the event, families were given the opportunity to get all of the necessary school supplies that their children need in order to be successful in their studies.

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Fun in the Sun at Copa Univision

The weekend of June 28-30, Jefferson Dental Clinics participated in the 6th edition of the Copa Univision soccer tournament. The tournament is one of the largest soccer tournaments in the nation and this year had a record-breaking number of participants. Not even the heat was a factor in gathering the communities around the Dallas area for some fun outdoors.

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Don’t Wait Till It Hurts: Periodontal Disease

Taking care of your oral health is just as important as taking care of your overall health. In fact, what many people don’t know is that they are both intricately connected. By taking care of your oral health you are also reducing your risk of diabetes, heart disease, and oral cancer. One of the leading factors to damaging your oral health is periodontal disease, or more commonly known as gum disease.

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“Jeffy” Motivates Local Kids to Keep Their Teeth Clean

At Jefferson Dental we understand the importance of reaching out to our little patients and making sure they grow with a healthy smile. In order to do this Jefferson Dental has begun a new initiative with school districts around the Metroplex to educate students about the importance of oral health and teach habits to prevent early childhood tooth decay.

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