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Posts Tagged "Caring Smiles"

Valentine’s Day – Are You And Your Smile Ready?

Jan 27 2019

You probably know that Valentine’s Day is February 14th – but here are some interesting Valentine’s Day trivia facts you may not…

Caring Smiles Team Member Spotlight: Kelley

Jan 10 2019

We love our Caring Smiles Family Dentistry team! We’d like to introduce you to Kelley. She is our awesome receptionist. ⭐ Kelley…

A Trip To The Dentist Can Save Your Life!

Oct 22 2018

Did you know that most people visit their dentist more frequently than their primary care physician? It is recommended that patients go…

Dr. Warren Reviews A MUST HAVE At-Home Dental Product!

Aug 24 2018

The Waterpik Waterflosser is one of Dr. Warren’s favorite at-home dental products! He recommends it for everyone.   The Waterpik Water Flosser…

Caring Smiles Celebrates 2nd Year Anniversary

Jul 30 2018

On July 18, 2018, we celebrated our second year anniversary of Caring Smiles Family Dentistry.  Thank you to all of our loyal…

Smile with Confidence Again with This One Simple Dental Procedure . . .

Jun 05 2018

  If a cracked or decayed tooth, large old filling, or off-colored tooth is keeping you from smiling confidently, we have some…

Dr. May Releases Children’s Book In Sync With National Children’s Dental Health Month: My Wiggly Smile: Olive’s Stubborn Little Tooth

Feb 16 2018

  February marks National Children’s Dental Health Month and Dr. Amira May Woodruff couldn’t be more excited to debut her first published…

Diabetes and Your Oral Health

May 17 2017

Diabetes is a medical condition that affects the entire body, including your oral health. Many people who have diabetes also struggle with…

Jamaica Outreach: Giving Back Around The World

Feb 16 2017

-By Dr. Amira May Woodruff During my third year of dental school, I had the amazing opportunity to travel to Jamaica to…