Brush Your Teeth to Keep Your Heart Healthy

Did you know a healthy mouth can make your heart happy? It’s true. Studies show people with gum disease often have heart disease. This American Heart Month, take control of your heart health by following a few simple steps, like brushing your teeth twice daily.

The Connection Between Your Smartphone and Your Smile

Smartphones have changed the way we communicate, work and live. And they've also had surprising effects on oral health. While your smartphone can make life easier you may be surprised to find out it can make it harder to maintain great oral health. We're calling out potential dangers to your smile.

5 Teething Milestones During Your Baby's First Year

From first smiles to first words, the first year in your little one's life is filled with amazing milestones and rapid changes-many of them oral health related. Learn about the stages of teething so you (and baby) can make it through with as few tears as possible.

What is Gum Disease?

Gum disease refers to infections of the gum and bone tissues surrounding your teeth. This kind of infection is also known by the technical names of gingivitis and periodontal disease. Learn about these two types of gum disease and what you can do to prevent gum disease in the first place.

Mouth Healthy Recipe: Dark Chocolate Oatmeal

You might have some left over Valentine's Day chocolates hiding in your cabinets this month. Here's a quick and easy breakfast recipe for using leftover dark chocolate to satisfy your morning sweet tooth! 
Celebrate Children's Dental Health Month at the Children's Museum of Phoenix

We're teaming up with our friends at the Children's Museum of Phoenix to provide oral health education activities to museum visitors all February long for Children's Dental Health Month. Special programming includes:

  • Tooth-themed magic shows by The Great Flossini
  • Oral health-themed puppet shows
  • Tooth-saver necklaces
  • Free Smile Bags to every museum guest
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