Dossier: Dental Professionals

by | Sep 1, 2021 | 2021, Current Issue, Dental Professionals, Sep/Oct 21, The Dossier | 0 comments

DOSSIER:

Dental Professionals

The global pandemic has affected every aspect of our lives, not the least of which is our oral health. Between an extended quarantine and some bad habits developed during that time, periodontal disease and the number of cavities showing up have increased dramatically, affecting our smile and, more importantly, overall health. Thankfully, dental professionals have taken every measure to keep their patients and staff safe. It’s time to get back to the dentist’s office and get our teeth and gums back in shape. The amazing dental professionals on the following pages are ready to help you maintain a healthy and beautiful smile, and ultimately, your health.

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