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“Never Treat a Stranger”

“Never treat a stranger” as the Canadian physician Sir William Ostler emphasizes the need of your dentist to know you before we treat you as a patient. The dentists’ knowledge of the patient’s medical history allows for better prevention and management of possible emergencies. Some systemic diseases directly affect the treatment in the dental office…

Can Bleeding Gums Cause a Heart Attack?

What is the Oral-Systemic Link? You’ve always heard that it’s important to take care of your teeth. Brush and floss every day, and see the dentist for good oral health. But did you know that your oral health could directly affect your overall health? And the road goes both ways—problems with your overall health show…

How to Clean Teeth Like a Dentist

Oral hygiene is the foundation of good dental health. Brushing and flossing regularly is the best way to keep your Anchorage smile healthy and clean. Consider this your personal tutorial on the art of dental hygiene, instructed by Dr. Henrie and Dr. Marchant and the expert hygienists at Health Centered Dentistry. If you have any…