• Kathy’s son accepted to Suffield Academy
    Kathy recently heard her son Kevin was admitted to Suffield Academy. “I am ecstatic!!” Kathy says. “Next step … full scholarships to Ivy League schools!” Kevin will join his sister, Read more
  • People with big smiles live longer!
    Please ... let this be true. Spread happiness and live longer by smiling! It can't hurt by trying.  "In a study published last year, researchers pored over an old issue of the Baseball Read more
  • Raspberries to treat oral cancer?
    This is promising research for a cancer (oral cancer) that is on the rise in the U.S.  When found early, oral cancers have an 80% survival rate. Unfortunately, most oral Read more
  • Protect Your Heart - Get Your Teeth Cleaned
    People who get their teeth professionally cleaned had a 24% lower risk of heart attack compared with people who never had a professional cleaning. This was from research presented at Read more
  • Spinbrush Can Chip Teeth and Cause Choking
    The U.S. Food and Drug Administration today issued a warning to consumers that certain electric toothbrushes can break during use, causing damage to teeth and other tissues and even present Read more
  • Toothpaste Causes Acne? Allergies?
      Does toothpaste cause acne? No. Allergic reactions? Occasionally. Some mint or cinnamon flavorings and the foaming agent, sodium lauryl sulfate, can sometimes cause mouth and skin irritation. Sodium lauryl sulfate Read more
  • Happy Valentine's Day!
    Coming soon. Read more
  • Chocolate - good for your teeth
    While it is best to only eat chocolates in moderation, a recent study found that the cocoa bean can actually inhibit decay-causing bacteria in the mouth. Chocolate, it appears,  can Read more
  • Teeth Growing on Outside of Body
    “The fictional Cheshire cat's smile seemed to have a life of its own, outside of the cat's body, and now new research suggests the world's first teeth grew outside of Read more
  • Your Mouth and Dog Breath
    February is dental health month! It's time to take charge and manage your oral health. http://www.ada.org/364.aspx  And don't forget your dogs and cats - they need their teeth cleaned too. Read more
  • Dr.Oz- Thyroid cancer increasing especially in women.
    "While the incidence of many cancers is declining, thyroid cancer is one that is steadily soaring, especially in women. It’s got everyone wondering why this hormonal powerhouse is taking such Read more
  • Welcome to Our Blog!
    Whether you are an existing patient or searching for a dentist in the Windsor Locks, CT area, we’re excited you are here. With the dental industry advancing, we recognize the Read more

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