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How often should you visit your dentist?

 On average, seeing a dentist twice a year works well for many people. Some can get away with fewer visits. Others may need more frequent visits. People with very little risk of cavities or gum disease can do fine seeing their dentist just once a year. People with a high risk of dental disease might […]

Athletic mouthguard

BENEFITS TO WEARING A MOUTHGUARD DURING CONTACT SPORTSKids, aged 8 to 12, who participate in basketball, hockey, baseball, soccer, rugby, football, and lacrosse are typically the most affected by lost or damaged teeth. But even tho who participate in non-contact sports or recreational sports like skateboarding, mountain biking, or climbing benefit from wearing a mouthguard.According […]

Start them young

START THEM YOUNG, Everyone knows that healthy habits are formed through years of repetition, and having good oral hygiene is no different! From the moment that a child’s baby teeth begin to appear, they are at risk of decay. This decay can start whenever the tooth becomes in contact with sugar, which presents itself in […]

Dogs teeth need brushing too

Your smile can make a lasting impression. Don’t forget to brush and floss and visit us before the holidays season. Call Dr. shakoori at Smile Arts dentistry of Potomac  301-251-7007

Tips for clean teeth

The Tooth Fairy’s Tips for Clean Teeth The Tooth Fairy Says: “Start taking care of little teeth early in life.” Even though kids don’t lose their baby teeth until around age 6, it’s still a great idea to introduce them to the Tooth Fairy early on. This can help them get excited about brushing and […]

Happy St. Patrick”s Day

How to be Healthy on St. Patrick’s Day! In honor of St. Patrick’s Day approaching, here are some new, fun ways to celebrate all day long—without sacrificing the health of you or your teeth! Stay sharp: If you’ll be wearing your finest green clothes, make sure your breath is fresh and clean too. Always brush […]

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