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Holiday Hours for 2017

Friday December 22 – CLOSED Monday December 25 – CLOSED Tuesday December 26 – CLOSED Wednesday December 27 – 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM Thursday December 28 – CLOSED Friday December 29 – CLOSED Monday January 1 – CLOSED Tuesday January 2 – Resume Regular Business Hours Happy Holidays from the team of Glenbrook Dental […]

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Your 2017 Insurance Will Be Expiring Soon!

A Word From Our Office Manager About Your 2017 Insurance Dollars. As 2017 winds down, so do your dental benefits!  Your need for treatment may follow you into 2018, but your unused insurance dollars won’t.  We are currently scheduling our November and December appointments with Dr. Tang and our hygienist Jessica, and as always, we […]

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Sugar and Adults

In the world of dental when October rolls around, we tend to focus on children and their dietary habits, particularly their sugar intake.   October symbolizes not only the changing of seasons, but for those who celebrate it, Halloween, a night of dress up and treats. For adults however, October is the return of our favorite […]

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Stay away from sticky candies this Halloween!

Stay away from sticky candies this Halloween! According to the Canadian Dental Association, ‘sticky candy can get stuck in between teeth and cause tooth decay. Brushing and flossing after a snack is ideal, but rinsing with a glass of water after eating a sugary treat will also help wash away some of the sugars and […]

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Radiation and Medical Imaging

What Is Radiation? Radiation is best described as energy moving through space, and it can take many forms, including visible light, x-rays, gamma-rays, microwaves and radio waves.  Radiologists use low dose radiation in the form of x-rays to create images of different parts of your body.  High doses of radiation can also be used to […]

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Some Sweet Facts About Sugar

Sugar accumulates during the day from all the foods we eat, creating a high risk for cavities!  Consider what you’re packing for lunches and snacks, especially if you are not able to brush and floss afterwards.  Use the chart below to see how many teaspoons of sugar are in each product. 1 gram = 1/4 teaspoon […]

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