Artistic Dental Associates

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Artistic Dental Associates
Artistic Dental Associates is listed in the Dentists category in Zephyrhills, Florida. Displayed below is the only current social network for Artistic Dental Associates which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Artistic Dental Associates on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 64.

Contact information for Artistic Dental Associates is:
6153 Fort King Rd
Zephyrhills, FL 33542
(813) 780-1403

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Artistic Dental Associates has an overall ZapScore of 64. This means that Artistic Dental Associates has a higher ZapScore than 64% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Zephyrhills, Florida is 36 and in the Dentists category is 25. Learn more about ZapScore.

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Happy Thanksgiving! What Is the History of Thanksgiving? The English colonists we call Pilgrims celebrated days of thanksgiving as part of their religion. But these were days of prayer, not days of feasting. Our national holiday really stems from the feast held in the autumn of 1621 by the Pilgrims and the Wampanoag to celebrate the colony's first successful harvest. Why did the Pilgrims celebrate the first Thanksgiving? In early autumn of 1621, the 53 surviving Pilgrims celebrated their successful harvest, as was the English custom. During this time, "many of the Indians coming... amongst the rest their great king Massasoit, with some ninety men." That 1621 celebration is remembered as the "First Thanksgiving in Plymouth." Who invented Thanksgiving? In the middle of the American Civil War, President Abraham Lincoln, prompted by a series of editorials written by Sarah Josepha Hale, proclaimed a national Thanksgiving Day, to be celebrated on the final Thursday in November 1863. What was the name of the Native American tribe that celebrated the first Thanksgiving with the Pilgrims? In 1621 the Plymouth colonists and the Wampanoag Indians shared an autumn harvest feast, which is now known as the first Thanksgiving. While cooking methods and table etiquette have changed as the holiday has evolved, the meal is still consumed today with the same spirit of celebration and overindulgence. In Canada, Thanksgiving Day is celebrated on the second Monday in October. The first Thanksgiving in the USA was a feast in 1621 shared by the Pilgrims and the Wampanoag Indians, who shared their corn, squash, and wild turkeys. This first feast was not repeated until over a decade later.

Treat Your Teeth to a Healthy Halloween Halloween is just around the corner, and although candy consumption is almost unavoidable this time of year, now is the best time to teach your children good oral health habits for life without depriving them of Halloween treats. You don’t have to deny your child the Halloween experience, because that can send the entirely wrong message and make candy seem even more irresistible. Instead, letting children help decide what is a reasonable amount of candy to keep has benefits beyond good oral health. You shouldn’t be sending the message that “candy is bad,” but that candy and other sweets, in excess, can lead to cavities. Parents should closely monitor their children’s candy intake this Halloween --- and all year round – and continue to promote good oral health habits. When children chew sticky candies such as caramels or taffy, candy gets stuck on the surface and in between crevices. The longer the sugar is stuck to the teeth, the more time the bacteria have to produce acid. The longer the teeth are exposed to acid, the more chance your child has of developing cavities. When the time comes to go trick-or-treating, be mindful of these tips for eliminating the effects of sugary treats. · Steer away from sticky candies like gummy fruit snacks, caramels, taffy, popcorn balls and other candies that expose the teeth to sugar for long periods of time. · Limit consumption of sour candies that may contain acids to intensify the sour flavor. These acids can contribute to dental erosion and cavities. · Encourage children to eat a small amount of candy in one sitting followed by a glass of water or a thorough tooth brushing. · Encourage children to eat a good meal prior to trick-or-treating; so there will be less temptation to fill up on candy. · Consider purchasing non-food treats for those who visit your home, such as coloring books, or festive pens and pencils. No matter when treat time is, it’s crucial to brush soon after. Otherwise, sugars will linger on the teeth, increasing the risk of cavities and tooth decay. However, if the candy is sour, hold off on the brushing. Sour candy is acidic, so it’s best to wait at least 30 minutes to an hour before brushing. The action of brushing can actually spread the acid onto more tooth surfaces, increasing its erosive action on tooth enamel. Enjoy your Halloween fun, dress up as a pumpkin family and indulge in a treat (or two) but remember moderation is key. Have a happy (and healthy) Halloween!

Artistic Dental Associates shared Bella Vista Baptist Church's event.
https://www.facebook.com/events/1412007342344656/ I volunteer to serve the community for their dental needs. Surgical extractions, filings and take them out off pain which they can not afford. I am glad that I have given my time to serve Pasco and Polk county.
Pre-screening event to receive appointments for the following week for basic dentistry, such as fillings and tooth extractions. Adults and children, six years and older, are examined and appointments are given based on financial need. Be prepared for long lines and a long wait.
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What are some tips for daily oral care? The best way to remove decay-causing plaque is by brushing and cleaning between your teeth every day. Brushing removes plaque from the tooth surfaces. Brush your teeth twice a day, with a soft-bristled brush. The size and shape of your brush should fit your mouth, allowing you to reach all areas easily. Use a toothpaste that contains fluoride, which helps protect your teeth from decay. When choosing any dental product, look for the American Dental Association Seal of Acceptance, an important symbol of a dental product's safety and effectiveness. Cleaning between the teeth once a day with floss or interdental cleaners removes plaque from between the teeth, areas where the toothbrush can't reach. It is essential in preventing periodontal (gum) disease. By taking care of your teeth, eating a balanced diet and visiting your dentist regularly, you can have healthy teeth and an attractive smile your entire life. Follow these tips to keep your teeth and mouth clean.