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Dealing with Your Dental Phobia

By Newberg Family Dental | Aug 13, 2019

Family dental care in Newberg ranks as an incredibly important part of helping patients maintain and improve the health of their smiles. However, despite the many benefits offered by receiving regular family dental care in Newberg, many people actively avoid dental care due to experiencing dental phobia. Also commonly referred to as a fear of…

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Save Your Smile and Stop Smoking

By Newberg Family Dental | May 30, 2019

  Smoking ranks as the worst habit you can have, and the effects smoking has on your oral health often lead to serious problems. Not only does smoking contribute to a number of cardiovascular and lung problems, the habit also leads to the development of lesions in the mouth and greatly increases your risk for…

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Gum Disease Linked to the Development of Diabetes

By Newberg Family Dental | Dec 26, 2018

You don’t need to be a local dentist in Newberg to understand that our oral health plays a significant role in determining our overall health. In recent years, a growing amount of research has found compelling associations that link common oral health problems like tooth decay and gum disease to an increased risk for such…

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The Surprising Impact Everyday Lifestyle Choices Can Have On Oral Health

By Newberg Family Dental | May 29, 2018

Most patients have received tips on how to maintain and improve their oral health from a dentist over the years, so perhaps you might think that you know it all. For example, you probably know that regular flossing and brushing twice a day will help in the fight of tooth decay. But here at Newberg Family…

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Surprising Ways Your Diet Can Contribute to Bad Breath

By Newberg Family Dental | Feb 22, 2018

You don’t need to be a provider of family dental care in Newberg to know that if you eat a lunch that consists of pickled liverwurst and onions most of your coworkers are going to prefer talking on the phone rather than having any conversations face-to-face. But what are the causes of bad breath that…

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The Underrated Importance of Saliva

By Newberg Family Dental | Jan 31, 2018

Unless you’re a Newberg family dentist, you probably don’t spend much time thinking about saliva. While the saliva your mouth produces certainly doesn’t have much appeal, it does play an incredibly important role in helping to protect your long-term oral health. That’s because saliva acts as the body’s natural defense mechanism against plaque, which uses…

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Don’t Let Your Dental Benefits Expire

By Newberg Family Dental | Nov 30, 2017

At our Newberg Family Dental office, we see far too many of our patients celebrate the New Year with far too much money left unused from their dental benefits. In fact, less than 3 percent of individuals with a PPO dental plan reach or exceed the annual maximums covered under their plans, according to the…

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Study Finds Links Between Oral Health and High Blood Pressure

By Newberg Family Dental | Oct 17, 2017

Newberg dentist Dr. Jennifer McLeod strives to teach all of her patients about the risks they face from poor oral health. While you might think that not brushing and flossing frequently enough only places your teeth and gums at risk, a number of studies in recent years have shown that patients with poor oral health…

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The Healthiest Foods For Your Gums

By Newberg Family Dental | Sep 21, 2017

At our family dental practice in Newberg, OR, Dr. McLeod stresses the need for her patients to take care of their oral health so they can lower their risk of dental disease and decay. Of course, looking after the health of your teeth in order to prevent tooth decay is only part of what it…

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