Diabetes and Dental Health

If you’ve been diagnosed with diabetes, you are aware of the extra precautions you must take in order to maintain your health. You may not be aware, however, that your condition also has effects on your dental health. Here are some of the issues involving diabetes and your oral health: Gum Disease People with diabetes… Read more

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Going to the Dentist While Pregnant

It’s a common occurrence among women who discover that they’re pregnant to forego their regular dental checkup. A common belief is that going to the dentist while pregnant isn’t safe. Today, your Rauch family dentist is here to debunk this myth once and for all. Not only is it safe, it’s vitally important that expecting mothers… Read more

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Am I Too Old for Braces?

Looking to improve your smile? Everyone knows that a bright, confident smile does wonders for self-esteem, and therefore improves your success in relationships and pretty much every other area of your life. If your dentist told you as a child that you might need braces, but you didn’t get them for whatever reason, you absolutely… Read more

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Mesa Summer Camps for Kids

Summertime is here, and your child is out of school for a couple months. If you want to get your kid away from the video games for at least a little while this summer, there are several summer camps in the Mesa area to get him up and moving. Here’s a look at a few… Read more

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Local Family Fun for July 4th

If you’re staying in the East Valley this year for the Fourth of July, head to downtown Mesa for the Arizona Celebration of Freedom takes place at the Mesa Convention Center, located in the heart of downtown Mesa. The event will feature three stages of entertainment, the Patriot Car Show and a Revolutionary War reenactment… Read more

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Brushing your Dog’s Teeth

Most people may not realize that gum disease is not only a common problem in humans, but also a serious problem in dogs. According to veterinarians, 85 percent of dogs over five years old have gum disease, which develops when food particles and bacteria collect along the gum line and form plaque. Brushing your dog’s… Read more

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