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The Secret Cause of Teeth Grinding

By Newberg Family Dental | Apr 21, 2016

Teeth grinding is typically thought of as related to a sleep disorder. Many patients of Newberg family dental care provider Dr. Jennifer McLeod experience teeth grinding – clinically referred to as bruxism – at night as a symptom of a sleep disorder such as snoring and sleep apnea. But there could be another reason why…

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How Sparkling Water Impacts Your Oral Health

By Newberg Family Dental | Mar 29, 2016

While wildly considered a healthy beverage alternative, many patients of Newberg family dental care provider Dr. McLeod don’t know that sparkling water can cause dental erosion. By now most of Dr. McLeod’s patients should know that certain foods and drinks could be potentially harmful to our mouths and bodies. Sodas, for example, have been linked…

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Do High Protein Diets Improve Health?

By Newberg Family Dental | Feb 16, 2016

According to the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention, two-thirds of all Americans are either overweight or obese. Considering that research has shown the health consequences of long-term weight gain include gum disease, tooth decay, diabetes, high blood pressure and cholesterol, stroke, and heart disease, it’s little wonder why so many Americans are desperate to…

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Therapy The Key For Overcoming Dental Anxiety

By Newberg Family Dental | Dec 10, 2015

At Newberg Family Dental, Dr. Jennifer McLeod understands firsthand that not all of her patients enjoy visiting her Newberg family dentist office. In fact, studies have shown that up 20 percent of American adults put off receiving the dental care they need due to dental anxiety, a condition that causes feelings of anxiety and dread…

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New Means Of Treating Childhood Tooth Decay

By Newberg Family Dental | Nov 7, 2015

Newberg Pediatric dentist Dr. Jennifer McLeod has long made the treatment and prevention of childhood tooth decay a top priority. Untreated tooth decay ranks as the number one chronic disease among children in the U.S, and according to a study conducted by the Children Dental Health Project, 80 percent of all cavities occur in just…

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Avoiding Germs The Key To Staying Healthy This Winter

By Newberg Family Dental | Oct 12, 2015

With flu season fast approaching, many pharmacies and doctors’ offices have made flu shots available for patients looking to avoid a costly bout with the virus. For children and the elderly, avoiding a battle with the flu becomes even more important, as undeveloped or weakened immune systems can struggle to fight off an infection. At…

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10 Foods To Eat When You Have A Cold

By Newberg Family Dental | Oct 5, 2015

Cold and flu season has officially arrived now that the crisp fall air has replaced summer’s swelter. Despite popular misconceptions, people don’t tend to get sick more frequently in the winter than summer simply because the weather has turned colder, or at least not entirely. People have a tendency to spend more time in close,…

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We Got a Facelift!

By Newberg Family Dental | Aug 25, 2015

We like to keep things fresh and new here at Newberg Family Dental. That means we keep up on the latest dental technology, we attend continuing education courses, and we keep our building looking shiny and new! When you’re looking for a dentist in Newberg, Oregon, you want to come to a place that makes…

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Tips For Introducing Solids Into Your Baby's Diet

By Newberg Family Dental | Aug 17, 2015

At Newberg Community Dental, Newberg dentist Dr. Jennifer McLeod and our staff understand that a lot of information gets thrown at first time parents that can make it difficult to know what types of food your infant should be eating by a certain age. While every baby will have his or her own unique schedule…

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