Arbor Dental Group

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Arbor Dental Group
Arbor Dental Group is listed in the Dentists category in San Jose, California. Displayed below are the social networks for Arbor Dental Group which include a Facebook page and a Twitter account. The activity and popularity of Arbor Dental Group on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 70.

Contact information for Arbor Dental Group is:
3151 S White Rd
San Jose, CA 95148
(408) 274-4745

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Arbor Dental Group has an overall ZapScore of 70. This means that Arbor Dental Group has a higher ZapScore than 70% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in San Jose, California is 36 and in the Dentists category is 25. Learn more about ZapScore.

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Brushing Teeth, Flossing Among Recommended Daily Habits. Business Insider (8/21, Gillett) includes brushing teeth and flossing among “17 quick and easy daily habits” that readers recommend to become a healthier person. The article notes that the ADA recommends brushing twice a day and flossing daily. Not following this guidance could increase the risk for developing other health issues, the article adds. In an article in the Free Press (ME) (8/18), the Maine Dental Association noted that “the American Dental Association recommends brushing for two minutes twice a day with a fluoride toothpaste, cleaning between teeth once a day with floss or another interdental cleaner, and visiting a dentist regularly.” In the Harvard University (MA) (8/17) “Harvard Health Blog,” Robert Shmerling, MD, an associate professor in medicine at Harvard Medical School, discusses recent news questioning the benefits of dental flossing, citing a lack of research. Dr. Shmerling states, “These headlines...miss the mark on this flossing kerfuffle,” and he adds that “unproven is unproven, not disproven.” The “obvious next step,” says Dr. Shmerling, is for researchers to have “a well-funded, well-designed study” to examine the health impact of flossing. In the meantime, “I’m not going to wait for the research; I’m going to keep flossing,” he states. The ADA has released a statement on the benefits of using interdental cleaners, and a Science in the News article titled “The Medical Benefit of Daily Flossing Called Into Question” discusses evidence about the impact of flossing on oral health. MouthHealthy.org also provides resources for patients on flossing, including the correct flossing technique.

Parents Advised To Provide Early Care For Children’s Baby Teeth. The Urbana/Champaign (IL) News-Gazette (8/19) recommends children start receiving dental care very early, stating that many parents may not realize how important it is to care for baby teeth. According to the article, dentists recommend children visit the dentist when their first tooth appears, and no later than their first birthday, adding that one Illinois dentist said this helps establish a positive relationship between the child and the dentist. Caring for baby teeth is important because the teeth not only help children chew, but also help form a path for permanent teeth to follow, according to the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry. In addition, the article reports that the American Dental Association advises parents to schedule a morning visit for their child and avoid using dental visits as a reward or punishment.

Women Encouraged To Brush Teeth For Heart Health. In an article discussing heart disease in women, Better Homes and Gardens (8/16, Moyer) (http://www.bhg.com/health-family/conditions/heart-disease/heart-health-basics-for-women/ )provides tips for women to follow to ensure heart health, including the recommendation that women time their tooth brushing sessions. According to the article, “Recent studies show a strong association between gum disease and heart disease,” and the ADA recommends people brush for at least two minutes.
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Dr. Cheryl Biesterfeld gives a consultation to Lawrence resident Josh Daniels at the Douglas County Dental Clinic on Sept. 20. Many patients seeking free dental services began waiting in line the night before to ensure that they would get an exam and treatment.


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