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Did you know that over 3 million people have dental implants and the success rate after 5 years is over 90 percent? Call our office to see if dental implants will work for you. https://bit.ly/1QWCwan

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Maintain your car, Maintain your teeth

Think about taking care of your teeth the way you take care of your car. If you never get your oil changed, you can expect your engine to blow. Routinely seeing a dentist is like visiting your mechanic; getting maintenance on your smile saves you money on repairs down the ...

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Facts About Pregnancy Gingivitis

Pregnancy gingivitis is a real condition that some women develop during pregnancy. Test your knowledge on oral hygiene during pregnancy by clicking on the link below to take the fact or fiction quiz. https://goo.gl/hY4X19

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Plumb Dental in the Community

The St. George Marathon is known worldwide! We at Plumb Dental believe in giving back to the community and have enjoyed giving back each year. We provide a cold towel for each runner just before the end of the race. Some things we hear are, "I look forward to this ...

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Plumb Dental Welcomes Dr. Harmer

Paul grew up in a military family and has a varied background with lots of traveling. He attended BYU-Hawaii, BYU-Provo, the University of Utah, and Creighton University. After graduating from dental school, he worked in Northern Arizona for 6 years until he felt ready to start his own practice, which ...

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Chew On This!

Fun Tooth Facts for a Healthy Mouth Did you know that the average person produces a quart of saliva daily? That's 10,000 gallons of spit over a lifetime. Saliva is essential to good dental health because it washes food off the teeth, neutralizes acids in the mouth, fights germs and ...

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Healthy Weight, Healthy You

This time of year, many people resolve to make healthy changes, including weight loss, but what happens when losing weight goes beyond healthy and into the realm of something more dangerous- anorexia or bulimia? Serious eating disorders effect more than 10 million North Americans and have grim implications for oral health ...

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The Mouth-Body Connection

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Know Your Risks

Did you know that some of the biggest causative factors of oral cancer are lifestyle choices? Some of the lifestyle choices with the largest risks include tobacco use, alcohol consumption and prolonged sun exposure without sunscreen protection.http://oralcancerfoundation.org/facts/

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An Ounce of Prevention

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