Black-and-white closeup photo of a woman's face. The nose is a key airway component.

Many people don’t associate breathing issues with dental symptoms, but recent advances in dentistry have revealed that clenching or grinding your teeth, especially in your sleep, could be a sign of a breathing disorder. Why does this happen, and what’s the most effective way to treat it? Gio Iuculano, DDS has some helpful information. How…

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Dental assistant Samantha Ruble, our superstar this month, is celebrating fifteen years with Winchester Dental! In this interview, Sam talks about the chance opportunity that changed her original career path, her favorite training courses over the years, and a great piece of advice that still motivates her.

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This month, we proudly introduce Mistie Dodson, RDH as this month’s superstar! Mistie has been a dental hygienist for 17 years. In this interview, she talks about learning from her mentor, her thoughts on professional association membership, and the surprising benefit daily flossing can offer.

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Good dental care is crucial to the health of diabetes patients.

Diabetes is a serious issue that can affect many aspects of your health, including that of your mouth. If you’ve received a diagnosis of diabetes, you may already be taking important steps to manage your condition. Here’s why you also need to take excellent care of your gums (with the help of your dentist and hygienist).

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A child and a woman smile brightly in the snow. For happy holidays, take care of your mouth and teeth!

With the holiday season approaching, things may look and feel different this year as we continue to keep our health and safety in primary focus due to COVID-19 concerns. Your mouth and teeth are an integral part of your overall health. Here are seven tips to help you make the most of your holidays!

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Two children brushing their teeth

You want your children to have the best opportunity to reach their full growth potential with the most robust health. But a crossbite condition could potentially interfere and cause problems. How can you help your children avoid this? Here’s what you should know about crossbites, and why early treatment plays a key role.

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Until your next routine dental visit, you can do plenty to have a healthy mouth.

It’s more important than ever to keep your immune system strong, and your oral health is crucial. Until you can schedule routine visits with your dentist and dental hygienist again, here are some of the best things you can do to maintain a healthy mouth and minimize the risk of a dental emergency.

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