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The Signs of Oral Cancer Dr. Holman is Looking For
12/20/17 4:19 PM

When you come in and see Dr. Holman for an exam, part of what you are getting is a screening for oral cancer. It may not seem obvious to you, but it is something that is done each time we see you for a full examination. We are looking for

Oral Health Problems Affect the Rest of your Life
09/14/16 4:56 PM

How you look and feel is more dependent on your oral health than you might anticipate. If you are in constant pain, have disease, decay, or cancer, your entire wellbeing is affected. You could lose teeth, lose the structure of your mouth, feel ill, and suffer from subsequent illnesses as

Simple Ways to Avoid Canker Sores
05/4/16 9:36 PM

No one really knows the reason we get canker sores, but we can all agree that they are painful! Some say that they are due to stress; while others say injury to the mouth is the culprit. While we do not have a concrete reason why some people are more

Chronic Bad Breath: What’s the Deal?
11/18/15 8:39 PM

  When we suffer from bad breath, it can be embarrassing, but we are not alone. We are among 90 million other Americans that also suffer from this ailment. The good news is that there are simple ways to stop it in its tracks. The first step is to have

Should you Get Dental Veneers?
11/4/15 3:51 PM

Cosmetic dentistry has greatly increased in popularity in recent years as people try to achieve a better smile. Your smile is a very important part of who you are as it can damage your self-esteem should you be embarrassed by the appearance of your teeth. One of the most minimally

Why Professional Whitening is Best
09/16/15 6:45 PM

Your smile says a lot about you, whether you are meeting someone for the first time or the hundredth time. It is the first thing that many people see about you and the one aspect of your appearance that sets the tone for your personality and self-esteem. So it is no

Should Children Get Dental Sealants?
08/5/15 6:14 PM

Children get cavities, whether due to poor brushing habits, poor diet or simply the structure of their teeth – they are a fact of most children’s lives. Luckily, there is a way to prevent them, in addition, of course, to proper brushing and flossing habits. Dental sealants, which are a

What the Dentist Checks for During the Exam
07/30/15 4:14 PM

  Semi-annual dental exams are crucial to not only your oral health, but your physical health too. The exam itself involves more than looking at the surface of your teeth; your gums, bite, tongue, cheeks, neck, lymph nodes and jaw joints will also be evaluated. Each of these areas plays

When Should a Child Come in for their First Appointment?
07/16/15 6:12 PM

Parents often wonder when they should bring their child in to see the dentist for the first time.  How are they going to react?  Will they throw a fit?  Will it traumatize them for the rest of their lives?  The answer can vary depending on the child, but for the

Do you have any advice for treating a child who is suffering from teething pain (besides Tylenol)?
07/8/15 4:39 PM

  Teething is a part of life for babies.  Primary teeth usually appear when the baby is 6 months to a year old.  The baby can be fussy, irritated, lose apatite, or drool more than usual.  To ease the irritation of teething, you can rub the gums with a clean


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