End the Year with a Healthier Mouth!

27 Oct 20200
Healthier Mouth

Don’t forget to use your remaining dental benefits this year! Unlike medical insurance, dental benefits often expire at the end of the year and start over again on Jan 1st. You’ve paid your premiums all year – don’t let the benefits you’ve earned disappear. While you’re making your holiday shopping and travel plans, make sure to schedule time for

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How To Keep Your Heart Healthy!

14 Aug 20200
Healthy Heart

This blog is an adaptation of a writing authored by Cardiologist Dr. Joel Kahn, MD in an article titled: "The Widowmaker Death: What Every Exec Must Know” in Crain's Detroit Business. I believe this information applies to all adults aged 45 or older.  The Widowmaker is the first portion of the largest heart artery called the left anterior

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How to Clean and Disinfect Your iPhone, iPad or Smart Tablet

22 Jun 20200
Disinfect Your iPhone

Wondering how to clean and disinfect your iPhone, iPad or smart tablet? After all, these devices are some of the “dirtiest” things around our house and workplace. It is important to keep these devices clean and disinfected but who wants to damage their expensive iPhone 11 or iPad pro? While a doorknob is covered in 8,643 bacteria per square in

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Do I Need a Night Guard?

15 Jun 20200
Night guard

Night guards may help symptoms for some patients such as tooth/porcelain wear, muscle soreness and jaw joint tenderness (also known as TMJ). While night guards can sometimes help alleviate these symptoms, it does not correct the underlying cause. Often times the underlying cause may be treated by bite adjustments, dental restoration, orthodontics

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What We Are Doing to Keep You and Our Team Safe

1 Jun 20202

We are excited to have the opportunity to welcome you back! Our office has always utilized personal protective equipment (PPE) that has exceeded all the CDC guidelines, however, in light of the COVID-19 Pandemic we have instituted additional guidelines and protocols to ensure your safety.  You will see many changes, as we have new ways of

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Dr. Gary Cash May Update

1 May 20200
Old Lady Brushing Teeth

It is our goal to stay in touch and provide useful information during this challenging time. Our office is currently recommending postponing nearly all dental procedures at the time of this blog entry. However, home care is more essential than ever for dental health and overall health. Many of our patients have had oral hygiene recommendations

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Take the Time to Brush Your Teeth

15 Apr 20200
mouth in four parts

Are you brushing your teeth for two minutes? Two minutes is much longer than it seems! Now more than ever, at-home dental prevention strategies are essential to dental health and overall health. Brushing morning and night for two minutes is something everyone should be doing. I challenge everyone to have a clock or a timer nearby the next time you

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Tips For Overall Health While Home

9 Apr 20200
Washing Hands with Soap

It is our goal to stay in touch and provide useful information during this challenging time. It is important to brush twice a day and floss daily, but please wash your hands for 20 seconds with soap before practicing oral hygiene. Clean hands are important. Our hands are in close proximity to our face when brushing, flossing and during hygiene p

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Update from Dr. Gary Cash – March 27, 2020

27 Mar 20200
Dental Tools

Dr. Cash is diligently monitoring all of the affects and effects of COVID-19 and facilitating dental care in the best interest of patient safety and provider safety. At this time, our office will be available for patients of record for emergencies as deemed necessary. If you are a patient of record and are experiencing a true dental emergency

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