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12 Days of December

Tis the Season! Our team is spreading holiday cheer by hosting 12 Days of December on Facebook! Each day we will post a picture of a Holiday Basket that you can enter to win by simply: Liking, Commenting, and Sharing the post from our Facebook page!.

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Maximize Your Benefits

We want to remind you that if you have benefits remaining through your insurance provider for 2017, they may go to waste if not used by the end of the year. 2018 is just around the corner, and we want to make sure you use all of your benefits before you lose them!

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Smiles Dental in Longview Hosts Smiles for Veterans

Smiles Dental is honoring our veterans with the gift of good health during the month of November.

November 1, 2017— Smiles Dental is offering a 15% discount to all Veterans and active military members, with valid military ID during the month of November. The Longview practice is once again honoring local veterans with the gift of good dental health and a great smile during their annual Smiles...

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Protect Your Smile with Saliva

To protect your healthy smile, you want to begin with the saliva in your mouth (and yes, that may sound strange!). Many people are not aware that a healthy smile is not only about strong teeth and gums, but the continuous production of saliva as well. This clear, watery liquid is produced by the glands in your mouth. These glands, called salivary glands, secrete a liquid that travels to the...

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Benefits of Regular Dental Check-Ups

A dental cleaning is a beneficial and important appointment that you should attend every six months! If you want to keep your teeth in tip-top shape, you will need to attend your checkups and participate in a daily oral hygiene routine. There are many reasons why a dental cleaning is vital for achieving the best oral health possible. Some of those reasons include:

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How to Care for Your Dentures

Our Smiles Dental team in Longview, Washington, is pleased to provide dentures for our patients who have lost teeth and want their confident smile back. Dentures are custom-made oral appliances created to replace missing teeth. So how do you care for your new dentures?

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