Posts Tagged "dental"

Protect the Smiles of Your Furry Friends

Posted by on Feb 27, 2015 in Blogs | 0 comments

Did you know that “doggie breath” is not normal? Well, it’s true! If your pet has bad breath, it can be a symptom of an oral health problem, including tooth decay and gum disease. Oral health issues can be a common issue for many pets. In fact, approximately 70% of cats & 80% of dogs have some degree of periodontal disease

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February Vacation Week is Back in Action!

Posted by on Feb 18, 2015 in Blogs | 0 comments

Is your child eager to get out of the house this break? No need to worry, February vacation week is finally here! It began on February 16th and will continue until the 20th.  Which means, kids and adults alike can enjoy fun activities happening all week.

Explore Boston’s myriads of museums and theatres! Boston’s museums are hosting special activities this week.  The Boston Museum of Fine Arts (MFA) has free drop-in activities, including arts and crafts, gallery tours, performances, and other family fun.  Kids also get free admission.

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Sending Our Love Your Way: Happy Valentine’s Day!

Posted by on Feb 14, 2015 in Blogs | 0 comments

From roses to chocolates to hugs and kisses, Valentine’s day is the perfect time to show affection and appreciation to your loved ones! Each year over $1 billion Valentine’s cards and chocolates will be sent to loved ones. The tradition of giving chocolates on Valentine’s day has been around for nearly 150 years! Make sure to practice good oral health habits as you receive sweet goodies today.

It’s also a day of celebration filled with fun and romantic events all across the world. Whether you’re spending the day with your secret admirer, friends, family, or significant other, there are plenty of love-filled events happening in the Greater Boston area!




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Foods That look Healthy, But Secretly Aren’t

Posted by on Feb 11, 2015 in Blogs | 1 comment

There are several foods dressed up to appear healthy, when in fact many are unhealthy imposters, filled with sugars bad for your oral health! Sometimes, nutrition labels can even be misleading. For example, granola. Seemingly wholesome, granola and other energy bars, depending on their ingredients and proportions, can be as poor for your teeth as a plate of sweets! They often contains a good amount of fiber, protein and potassium. However, some recipes can include very high amounts of sugar and fructose corn syrup, which are tough on teeth. Although many delicious foods can be hard-to-resist, the health of your mouth and overall body depends on good nutrition. Poor nutrition can lead to tooth decay, periodontal disease, halitosis, and other oral health problems. Here are a few seemingly healthy foods that may not be so beneficial for your mouth and overall health after all:

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Women’s Heart Health: National Wear Red Day

Posted by on Feb 6, 2015 in Blogs | 0 comments


Did you know that heart disease is the leading cause of death for men and women in the United States? It’s true. It is commonly referred to as the “Silent Killer,” due to its lack of concrete symptoms. Every year, 1 in 4 deaths are caused by heart disease, or approximately 600,000 Americans. Sponsored by the American Heart Association, February marks American Heart Month.

Each year, the first Friday in February is typically National Wear Red Day in support of the fight against heart disease in women. Heart disease causes one in three women’s deaths every year, which is about one woman every minute! National Wear Red Day is all about making healthy changes and raising awareness about women and heart disease. Encourage everyone in the community to wear red today, February 6, 2015!

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