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New year, same healthy smile!

You don't need a New Year's resolution to keep your smile healthy. Another year has passed and unfortunately, the risk of cavities doesn't go away as we get older. Your oral health should always be a priority. It's important to know how our teeth change over time and how older adults can work to reduce cavities, gum disease, and tooth loss.

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Mouth-Healthy Recipe: Zucchini Pizza Bites

The whole family loves pizza! And you’ll love how this saucy, cheesy treat cuts the carbs by replacing the crust with teeth-strengthening zucchini. But the real secret to how it's so tasty is actually the nutritious, veggie-packed sauce. It’s as loaded with vitamins, fiber, and protein as it is full of flavor. 


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Are teeth considered bones?

While there are similarities, your teeth are technically not bones. Our bones are made of a protein called collagen and contain about 99% of the body’s calcium and function as living organs. Our teeth are made of multiple layers of both hard and soft tissue known as enamel and dentin. There are no living cells in enamel, so unlike bones, it can’t regenerate new enamel once it is lost, which is why it's so important to take good care of your oral health. So, what are the similarities? Both our teeth and our bones need key essential nutrients to stay strong and healthy.

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Save, smile, repeat: oral health on a budget

A healthy smile doesn't need to break the bank. Spend less, save more and maintain your oral health routine with these cost-saving suggestions.

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Your winter smile list!

Find your inspiration to smile this winter! Whether it's hanging out by the fire pit, participating in winter sports activities or a cozy game night with your friends, we have a wide variety of actitives to help you smile.

Smile Inspiration

Make your mental health a priority by creating a place to destress 


Anxiety can show up unexpectedly. Left unchecked, this anxiety can influence your smile: grinding teeth, canker sores and cold sores are all potential issues stemming from too much stress. That’s why it is important to relax and refresh, even if winters offer fewer opportunities to release your built-up energy outside.

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Sign up for Delta Dental of Arizona Foundation's quarterly newsletter, The Smile Report! Every few months we'll send an email with articles on the work of our grantees, our partnerships across the state, and get to know the people doing the work behind the scenes!

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