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  • Bottled Water: Friend or Foe?
    Some people choose bottled water over tap because they think it’s cleaner. Some do it out of convenience: It’s easy to grab a bottle of water to take with you Read more
  • I brush my teeth regularly. Why do I need to floss?
    Brushing your teeth regularly is one of the most crucial parts of maintaining good oral health, and perhaps the most fundamental, however, there are also other elements involved. Flossing, for Read more
  • What should we blog about?
    As a patient at C. Sue VanBlaricum, DDS, your opinion matters! the doctor and our team love hearing what our patients think about our practice and the services we provide, Read more
  • What do you love about our practice?
    At C. Sue VanBlaricum, DDS, we have been creating beautiful smiles for years. Whether you or your family have visited the doctor and our team for a single visit or Read more
  • Bells and Whistles for Your Bristles?
    Modern dentistry has made the most of today’s technological innovations. And we’ve come a long way from the fraying sticks our ancestors used as toothbrushes. On the other hand, while it’s Read more
  • Great Gifts for Grandparents
    Our grandmothers and grandfathers, our moms and dads—we’ve known them our whole lives. So, why are they so hard to shop for? If your older family members have all the sweaters, Read more
  • Energy and Sports Drinks Eat Away at Teeth, Study Says
    Sports and energy drinks cause irreversible damage to the teeth of teens and young adults. A recent study published in General Dentistry states that energy and sports drinks contain so Read more
  • Sports and Energy Drink Consumption Damages Tooth Enamel
    While they may sound refreshing, especially after participating in sports activities or after a jog, recent studies suggest that energy and sports drinks can damage tooth enamel, thus elevating your Read more
  • My toothbrush did what?
    If you were to put your toothbrush bristles under a high-powered microscope, what you would see might give you nightmares: millions of bacteria, busily crawling up and down your toothbrush Read more
  • Electric Toothbrush: How do you choose?
    Since the introduction of the power toothbrush in the 1960s, this tool has undergone many technological advances, from design and bristle motions to rotation oscillation and sonic vibration. What is rotation Read more
  • Toothpaste Guide
    Between the huge number of toothpaste brands on the market today, the different flavors, and claims from most to do different things, it isn’t surprising that people feel so confused Read more
  • Toothbrush Arts and Crafts
    When you replace your old toothbrush every three or four months with a new model, you accomplish three things: You keep your teeth cleaner (frayed brushes don’t clean as well) You protect Read more
  • Which mouthwash should you use?
    Although using mouthwash is certainly not the equal of brushing and flossing, it does have benefits for your dental hygiene. If you use mouthwash regularly, you should find out which Read more
  • How Do I Care For My Pet’s Teeth?
    Our pets are a valued part of the family, but dogs and cats are not regularly known for their minty-fresh breath. Did you know that bad breath can be a Read more
  • Snacks for Healthy Teeth while Watching the Big Game
    It's almost game day and you're wondering what to put on the menu for your guests. Most snacks are typically highly processed and unhealthy. Why not mix it up this Read more
  • How do I know if I have dry mouth?
    Dry mouth, also medically known as xerostomia, is the condition of not having enough saliva, or spit, to keep your mouth wet. There are many ways to keep dry mouth Read more

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Monday:

8:00 am-5:00 pm / Lunch: 1 pm-2 pm

Tuesday:

8:00 am-5:00 pm / Lunch: 1 pm-2 pm

Wednesday:

8:00 am-5:00 pm / Lunch: 1 pm-2 pm

Thursday:

8:00 am-5:00 pm / Lunch: 1 pm-2 pm

Friday:

Closed

Saturday:

Closed

Sunday:

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