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Holiday song brush along
To liven up your tooth brushing routine, turn the radio to a holiday station and listen to one of these two minute classics!
Clinician's Corner: Eat this, not that— healthy choices for your Thanksgiving menu
With all of the changes to Thanksgiving Day celebrations this year, it might be the perfect time to add a few more tooth-friendly foods to your table. Dr. Templeton recommends some options that promote good oral health.
Halloween health & safety tips
Don't let COVID-19 haunt you this Halloween— follow these guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention for a safe and fun celebration!
Clinician's Corner: Dentures do's and don'ts
Dr. Nina Prabhu walks through how to properly care for dentures.
Clinician’s Corner: Back to school and… back to the dentist!
Maintaining a child’s oral and overall health requires more than daily toothbrushing and flossing. Seeing a dentist regularly for preventive care is an important part of a child’s complete wellness.
Clinician's Corner: Baby teeth— the building blocks to a healthy smile
The road to a healthy smile starts long before a chid's permanent teeth grow in. Dr. Nina Prabhu, DMD, shares the basics behind baby teeth and how they affect oral health into adulthood.
Mental health awareness
May is Mental Health Awareness Month and the perfect time to make sure you are caring for your oral, mental and overall health. Dr. Eileen Crespo, Vice President of Medical Services at Delta Dental of Minnesota, shared her recommendations for caring for your mental health during COVID-19.
Tips for creating a healthy routine for your family at home!
We asked Dr. Eileen Crespo, Vice President of Medical Services and practicing pediatrician of 20 years, how families can maintain a healthy routine while complying with stay-at-home orders and social distancing guidelines. Check out her tips here!
Seeking oral health care during COVID-19
Like many other businesses, dental offices are working to adapt during the COVID-19 outbreak. To keep employees, families and patients safe, dental offices are open only to emergency patients. If you experience a dental emergency or are in need of urgent dental care, you should contact your dentist for help.