Beware the Foods of March

March 15th, 2019 by Ima Admin

March is a mixed bag of weather with lows in the teens to highs of 60+ and periods of sun, rain, snow and fog. March promises fewer grey days so our thoughts begin to turn toward annual spring cleaning. However, besides cleaning out cabinets and bookshelves, your teeth could use a good cleaning because March is also full of dental disaster holidays.

What’s happening in March?

There’s Peanut Butter Lovers Day (1st), Mardi Gras / Fat Tuesday (5th), our favorite – Dentist’s Day (6th), National PI Day (3.14 get it?), St. Patrick’s Day (17th), Chocolate Covered Raisin Day (24th), and Pecan/Waffle Day (25th).

So, let’s take a look at what that means for your teeth.
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Holiday Highlights

December 13th, 2018 by Ima Admin

It’s that time of year again – Holiday lights have started to twinkle and Santa lists are being sent. Holiday songs such as “Dreaming About a White Christmas” and “All They Want for Christmas is My Two Front Teeth” remind us that this is a fun and festive time of year. Whether you’re celebrating Christmas, Hanukkah or Kwanzaa, its a time filled with gatherings of family and friends, not to mention lots of delicious food and tempting treats.

At Grandville Dental, we want to help ensure you and your family have a wonderful holiday season. So, we would like to share some of our Top tips for healthy holiday smile.
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A Kiss is More Than Just a Kiss

February 13th, 2018 by gdh-staff

Valentine’s Day* is this month. The ever-present tiny candy hearts we see this month have “Kiss Me” printed on them. You’re more likely to exchange chocolate “Kisses” with someone this month. Make sure your mouth is in good health because, as it turns out, a kiss is more than just a kiss.

The GOOD news is that kissing stimulates saliva, which can help fight cavities. However, the BAD news is that you may run the risk of getting unwanted germs, illnesses or diseases instead of candy, flowers or cards this Valentine’s Day.

Here’s what you need to know…
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