Meyers Family Dental Celebrates Children’s Dental Health Month!

At Meyer’s Family Dental, we celebrate children every day, but this month we are celebrating children and oral health. February is the National Children’s Dental Month to raise awareness and emphasize the importance of oral health. Teaching your children to develop healthy oral habits at an early age will increase their confidence and overall health. […]

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It’s A New Year…Smile!

At Meyers Family Dental, we are in the business of making you smile because we know how important your smile is. Your smile is the foundation of your confidence, and your confidence affects everything else about you. Smiling releases endorphins which make you happy. Even when you smile for no reason, it can improve your […]

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Meyers Family Dental – The Perfect Choice

At Meyers Family Dental, our patients are the reason that we do what we do. That is why we are committed to providing the best treatment and care with the latest technology and equipment. There is nothing better than knowing we have made an impact and an improvement in our patient’s lives. We offer a […]

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October is Dental Hygiene Month

Every day it seems, there is a new study that links our oral health to our overall health. Diabetes, heart disease, Alzheimer’s and even pancreatic cancer’s have been linked to poor oral health. These discoveries make it paramount that we establish and keep good oral health habits to keep your smile and body healthy and […]

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Your Teeth and Aging

We all know that getting older changes your body, but did you know age impacts your oral health too? Fortunately, there are measures we can take as we age to maintain our overall health such as eating healthy, regular exercise, and keeping stress levels down, but there are also measures we can take to keep […]

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Habits That Can Harm Your Teeth

Bad habits, we all have them, and we all wish we could stop them. Some of our nasty habits may be doing more harm than the obvious and may be doing damage to your teeth. We will talk about a few of those here; it may be the extra push you need to stop once […]

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The Father’s Influence

Father’s teach us so many valuable lessons that shape the people we become and how we lead our life. Most of these life lessons inspire us to live our lives striving to be smarter, work harder and set a good example for anyone who may be watching. A famous saying, “Actions speak louder than words” […]

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Drink This, Not That, for Better Oral Health

What we drink is just as important to our overall and dental health as what we eat. If you are looking for that perfect beverage to keep your smile bright, you don’t have to look in your refrigerator, just go to your tap, Our bodies are made up of sixty percent water, and drinking water […]

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Start Your Smile Makeover Today!

  The benefits of a great smile may be more than you realize. Studies have shown that people notice your smile most when meeting people. Whether you realize it or not you are making an impression, good or bad with your smile. Studies have also shown that those with fabulous smiles do better in job […]

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February is National Children’s Dental Health Month

Each February, since 1949, the American Dental Association celebrates our smallest patients with National Children’s Dental Health Month. Bringing attention to the importance of good, oral health from the very first tooth promotes a lifetime of healthy smiles. It is important to share your good oral health routines with your children to make a lifelong […]

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