If you are like millions of Americans, one of your New Year’s resolutions is going on a diet to lose weight. Switching regular soda for diet soda is a popular trade to make when you start to count calories. While that new habit may help your waistline shrink, it’s still not the best choice for keeping your teeth healthy.
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Watch Dr. Katie Bridges talk about how pregnancy affects your oral health and what steps you can take to care for the health of your mouth during pregnancy and beyond.
In this video, Dr. Dale Hunt gives you tips on how to save money on your dental care if you have just retired.
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Wondering how to give your teeth a healthy start to the New Year? Take our fun quiz to make sure you are making wise choices starting with your New Year's party snacking.
Call Wood Creek Dental today at 864-288-5300in Greenville or 864-457-3425 in Landrum to schedule your appointment with one of our dentists in the New Year.
You are not alone. We see quite a few patients who have not been to the dentist in a long time. Watch Dr. Levi Hunt from Wood Creek Dental talk about how to get back on the road to good dental health.
The holidays are here...and so are the sweets! It’s the time of year for fudge and cookies at nearly every turn. From your holiday work party to your child’s end of the year recital, sugary treats get the invite to almost every gathering.
Your tooth can be infected without causing you any pain. Watch Dr. Philip Hunt from Wood Creek Dental discuss why it is important to fix an infected tooth.
At Wood Creek Dental, we are happy to answer your questions and schedule your appointment with one of our highly skilled and caring dentists. Please call Wood Creek Dental today at 864-288-5300in Greenville or 864-457-3425 in Landrum.
Thanksgiving is upon us once again, and one of the things you are probably thankful for is a healthy mouth to chew all that delicious food! Often, Thanksgiving meals are full of indulgent foods, but some of those traditional dishes are actually good for your teeth.
Every parent knows that there are limitations on your ability to control your child’s actions and their environment. Getting them to brush their teeth is sometimes a chore in itself. Limiting their intake of sugary snacks may be feasible at home, but often it isn’t once they leave your sight.
September is Healthy Aging Month. It’s a time to reflect on your overall health and think about what steps you can take now to make sure you continue to age in good health. Your oral health is an important part of healthy aging. Poor dental health can negatively affect other chronic health problems, such as heart disease and diabetes.