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Facebook Live: Caring Smiles Family Dentistry 1 Year Anniversary

Jul 14 2017

On July 18th, 2017, we will be celebrating the one year anniversary of Caring Smiles Family Dentistry. We have had an awesome…

Stress And Your Oral Health

Jun 24 2017

Meeting the needs of our family, work and social lives can be stressful. Our bodies react to stress in many ways, but…

Dealing With Dental Anxiety

Jun 06 2017

For some people, visiting the dentist can be stressful. It is estimated that 35 million adults have anxiety at the thought of…

On The Grind

May 23 2017

Do you wake up with dull headaches, vise-like pain, or stiff, sore jaw muscles? If so, you may have a habit of…

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…

Dr. Warren and Dr. May Honored As Business Persons Of The Year At Awards Dinner

May 13 2017

From left to right: Dr. Amira May Woodruff , Jonathan Jackson of Civic Center TV, Dr. Warren Woodruff, and Klint Kesto who…

Use It or Lose It!

Sep 28 2016

  Did you know that if you don’t use all of your dental insurance benefits this year, you lose them forever? That’s…