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Are Robot Dentists the Future?

It’s not unusual to place an order on a tablet or computer, or for a Roomba to clean your floors. However, how would you feel about a robot performing dentistry? Economists predict that robots will soon take your order at drive-thrus and even change your oil or rotate your tires. But at the thought of [...]

By |January 15th, 2020|General Dentistry|Comments Off on Are Robot Dentists the Future?

5 Tips to Keep Your New Exercise Routine from Ruining Your Teeth

Welcome to the new year. Hopefully by now you’ve stopped writing 2019 on everything and you’re still keeping up with your resolutions. One of the most common New Year’s Resolutions is to start and keep to an exercise routine (which is why the radio and TV are just dripping with gym ads these days). But [...]

By |January 13th, 2020|General Dentistry, Preventative Dentistry|Comments Off on 5 Tips to Keep Your New Exercise Routine from Ruining Your Teeth

How Frequently Should I Visit the Dentist?

If it’s been a while since you visited your dentist in Columbia, SC, you might wonder just how frequently you should actually visit us. This is a common question that most of our patients at Smile Columbia ask us. We can’t give you a straight answer because every patient is different, but you can accept [...]

By |December 18th, 2019|General Dentistry, Preventative Dentistry|Comments Off on How Frequently Should I Visit the Dentist?

Study Shows People with Diabetes Make Fewer Visits to the Dentist

Diabetes comes with many potential oral health complications. This means that people with diabetes should make more regular dental visits than people without diabetes. In some cases, it is recommended that they visit the dentist three or more times a year, rather than the twice annual visits recommended for most people. However, the Journal of [...]

By |May 10th, 2018|General Dentistry|Comments Off on Study Shows People with Diabetes Make Fewer Visits to the Dentist

Your New Year’s Resolutions Don’t Have to Hurt Oral Health

Welcome to the new year. If you’re like many Americans, you’re looking to make this the best year ever with a series of resolutions that help you get healthier, stay healthier, and feel better. The only problem is that some of these common resolutions can come with negative side effects for your oral health. However, [...]

By |January 11th, 2018|General Dentistry|Comments Off on Your New Year’s Resolutions Don’t Have to Hurt Oral Health
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