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It’s January 2024, a new year. It's that time of the year when many of us make resolutions and goals with great hope and excitement, telling ourselves this year will be different and better than before. The gyms are a great example of this. Many of us, including myself, create goals that involve losing eating...

Welcome to Part 2 of Sleep Health and Dentistry! If you haven’t already done so, please read my previous blog about sleep health and dentistry to get an introduction on this topic. The purpose of this blog is to provide you additional information and knowledge to help you achieve and experience the benefits of great...

Sleep is one of the most important gifts we can give ourselves to add quality and years to our life yet more than 18 million Americans suffer from sleep apnea. According to the Academy of Sleep Medicine, this means approximately 1 in every 15 Americans have sleep apnea. It’s a serious disease and increases your...

Tet, or Vietnamese Lunar New Year, is one of my favorite holidays and it’s one where I enjoy celebrating with my husband and son. For those of you who may not know, I am Vietnamese-American. My parents are both Vietnamese and came to America in 1975. My husband is from South Korea. I am so...

It seems that everywhere you go, sugar is all around us. Sugar can be found in almost everything you eat and drink, from your favorite Starbucks drink to your everyday organic healthy whole-grains cereal.  As more people look for convenience and ease, we are consuming more processed meals and snacks, resulting in a diet higher...

Summer is here and so is Oral Health Month! June is recognized by the American Dental Association as Oral Health Month. To celebrate, let’s share with you the many benefits a smile can bring to your life as well as to lives of others and those you most especially care about. Every time you brush...

April is oral cancer awareness month and we need your help to spread the word. We can save lives and the easiest way is by early detection with a visit to the dentist. All dentists and hygienists are trained to ALWAYS and CONSISTENTLY check for signs of oral cancer at every visit. So, if you...

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