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New Type of Implant Increases Success Rate in Patients

By Newberg Family Dental | Dec 20, 2021

New Type of Implant Increases Success Rate in Patients   For millions of patients who’ve lost one or more of their natural teeth, dental implants offer a life-changing alternative to tooth loss. At our family dental office, Dr. McLeod has helped to improve the smiles of many of her patients through the placement of dental…

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Gum Disease Treatment Can Improve Obesity

By Newberg Family Dental | Nov 16, 2021

Gum Disease Treatment Can Improve Obesity   As patients of a Newberg Family Dentist, Dr. Jennifer McLeod know, the state of your oral health can significantly impact your overall health. Obesity has been linked to poor gum health, according to a recent literature review on the relationship between gum disease and obesity. Additionally, treatment for…

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Gum Disease Linked to Increased Cardiovascular Risk

By Newberg Family Dental | Sep 2, 2021

At our Newberg dental practice, Dr. McLeod strives to provide our patients with the knowledge they need to enjoy a healthy, great-looking smile for a lifetime. As we’ve covered before in our blog, a direct connection exists that links the health of our teeth and gums to our overall health. In fact, people with periodontitis,…

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Why Senior Dental Care in Newberg Really Matters

By Newberg Family Dental | May 5, 2020

With May serving as Older Americans Month, our team at Newberg Family Dental thought now would make the perfect time to discuss the importance of senior dental care in Newberg. As we grow older, it becomes perfectly natural that some things gradually take on less importance. For many seniors, especially those in assisted living homes,…

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COVID-19 Information & Updates

By Newberg Family Dental | May 4, 2020

Dear Patients: We hope this letter finds you and your family in good health. Our community has been through a lot over the last few months, and all of us are looking forward to resuming our normal habits and routines. While many things have changed, one thing has remained the same: our commitment to your…

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Researchers Identify the Connection Between Stroke & Gum Disease

By Newberg Family Dental | Feb 18, 2020

As Dr. McLeod has covered before in our Newberg Community Dental blog, experts know a connection exists that links our cardiovascular health to the health of our teeth and gums. However, researchers have had varying opinions about how these two seemingly disparate health conditions are linked. But now, new research may have finally uncovered why…

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Exploring The Link Between RA and Gum Disease

By Newberg Family Dental | Feb 5, 2020

For patients of Dr. McLeod to enjoy a healthy, great-looking smile, they must avoid the common oral health problems that contribute to the development of tooth decay and gum disease. Additionally, patients who want to enjoy quality health overall must also avoid these same oral health problems. That’s because a growing amount of research has…

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Dental Care Now Safer, Faster, and More Convenient Than Ever

By Newberg Family Dental | Jan 24, 2020

As the local dentist Newberg patients rely on for outstanding dental care, Dr. McLeod understands that visiting the dentist often ranks fairly low in terms of favorite activities. If you experience dental anxiety, know that you’re not alone. Millions of Americans experience some type of dental anxiety that range from a fear of needles to…

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Parents Underestimate Sugar Content in the Foods Their Kids Eat, Study Finds

By Newberg Family Dental | Dec 20, 2019

As a trusted child dentist in Newberg, Dr. McLeod advises parents on the need for their kids to eat a balanced diet. While eating too much sugar doesn’t directly lead to the development of cavities, it does provide plaque – harmful oral bacteria that’s primarily responsible for tooth decay – with plenty of fuel it…

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