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November 10, 2016

Add a dental appointment to your holiday check list When it comes to the holidays, the last thing most people want to think about is making dental visit, but it’s the perfect time! Booking your routine appointments during the year are more inconvenient around a busy work or school schedule. But with no work or school for many folks in November and December, you can take advantage of getting dentist appointments out of the way in time to relax and enjoy your holidays with your family. Between the pumpkin pie and sugar cookies, make sure you take the relevant steps to maintain your oral health and be smile ready! Would you like a bright white smile for the holidays? Look and feel your best with a smile that wows! We offer teeth whitening, periodontal treatment, implant restoration, cosmetic dentistry and more. New patients are always welcome at Cannon Park Dental, and this holiday season we are offering a New Patient Special of $99 for all first time visitors! This offer includes a dental exam, any x-rays and a cleaning. Our caring staff will take care of your entire family – from ki

January 13, 2016
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  Starting the habit of regular dental visits when children are very young is a great way to help children understand that mouth care is very important. The major cause of tooth loss in children is cavities! Set a good example because children are likely to follow those who set positive and smart oral hygiene habits.   So how can YOU have smart oral hygiene habits? Visiting the dentist at least once or twice a year greatly benefits not only your teeth, but also the rest of your body!   Did you know that symptoms in as many as 120 medical conditions (related and non-related to your teeth) can be detected by an examination of your mouth? Oral cancer alone hits an average of 100 people in the United States each day, while the leading cause of tooth decay in adults is periodontal (gum) disease. Early detection means early treatment – which could potentially save your life!   Whatever your age, it is important to take care of your mouth to prevent sickness and disease. Always remember to BRUSH, FLOSS, RINSE, REPEAT and make sure to visit your dentist at least once or twice a year to ensure healthy teeth and a healthy body. Schedule your child’s dentist appointment at <

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