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29 Dec Flossing 101: Back to the Basics

You've heard it before, you'll hear it again, flossing is vital towards keeping your oral health in tip-top shape. As much as everyone knows this fact, still not enough people floss daily along with their twice daily brushing routine. According to the American Dental Association,...

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23 Dec Healthy Teeth Holiday Tips

We made it through Thanksgiving, but the holiday season is far from over. Whether it's Christmas, New Years, Hanukkah, or any other winter holiday, there is likely plenty of food and drink involved. At Prescott Dentistry, we hope you have a warm and happy holiday...

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08 Dec Biomimetic Dentistry Advances Continue Part II

Every few weeks a new article or study comes out backing up the effectiveness of biomimetic dentistry or highlighting a recent advancement in that field. The tide definitely seems to be shifting towards biomimetic methods and further away from traditional drill and fill dentistry. To...

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30 Nov Video: How Does Invisalign Work?

If you are interested in straightening your teeth but want to avoid unpleasant metal braces, Dr. Montes and Dr. Thompson offer Invisalign in Prescott, AZ. The video above describes the simple, gradual process Invisalign utilizes to straighten your teeth without the need for unsightly metal...

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04 Nov More Reasons to Cut Down on Sugar

Halloween has come to a close, and a bag of candy somewhere in your house is calling your name. While sugar and caffeine are some of the more socially acceptable addictions most of us don't even realize we're addicted to, the damage to your teeth...

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26 Oct Halloween Healthy Smile Tips

All Hallows' Eve is now under one week away and the anticipation by kids and fun-loving adults alike is growing everyday! Unfortunately, it's usually our teeth and gums that get the short end of the stick when it comes to Halloween. We all know that...

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21 Oct Why do Babies Smile?

Smiling is something we all do generally from an early age and the frequency we smile at ourselves and others plays a strong roll in our social development. There's a reason having nice teeth often ranks higher than many other physical traits when it comes...

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