Keeping Your Holidays Minty Fresh!

Are you ready for all the kissing that is involved during this month? You need to kiss anyone you happen to meet under the mistletoe. If you’re a mom, you’re probably going to get caught kissing Santa underneath the Christmas tree. And, the biggest kiss will happen when we switch from 2018 to 2019 on December 31 2018!

Are You Read To Pucker Up?

If you’re hesitant about all this kissing that is coming up this month you may have something called halitosis. This condition is basically bad breath. If you have bad breath it can prevent you from wanting to pucker up during this holiday season.

Add A Little Mint To Your Mouth!

If you’re hesitant about getting up close and personal with people this season, why not consider chewing on mint. We’re not suggesting that you chew on mint flavored, sugary candies, rather we’re suggesting that you chew on the herb mint. Not only will mint ease your indigestion and heartburn, but it may also fight the bacteria in your mouth that causes bad breath. In addition to that, it gives you minty fresh smelling breath.

Book Your Dental Cleaning!

Professional dental cleanings are an important component of your preventive health care. Not only is it good for your teeth, but also it’s also good for your breath. Bad breath in your mouth may be a warning signal that you may have gum disease.

Book your dental cleaning with Group Health Dental today. We’ll help you get ready for all your puckering up you’re about to do.

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