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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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22 Sep The Emotional Toll of a Forced Smile

The benefits of having a healthy smile and making a habit of smiling at yourself and others have been discussed in previous blog articles. Prescott Dentistry prides itself in helping our patients keep up with their oral hygiene to allow them to wear their smiles...

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17 Jul Does Smiling Run in Your Family?

Sometimes we come across people that can only be described as having a genuinely bubbly and positive personality. It seems to just ooze from their pores, while the rest of us aren't always able keep a smile on our faces. Perhaps you are the person...

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08 Jul The Case of the Missing Millennials

It seems millennials just can't catch a break. Every day a new article finds it's way onto the web detailing the shortfalls of the newest addition to the United States adult population. Unfortunately, this article might just fall into that category as well. Participants of...

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26 Mar Biomimetic Science: Beyond Dentistry Part 2

In our last blog post we submerged ourselves into the world of Biomimetic science. Biomimetics or biomimicry being defined as: the imitation of systems, models and elements of nature to solve sophisticated human problems. Although our focus at Prescott Dentistry is on Biomimetic Dentistry specifically,...

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