Summit Pointe Dental - Jackson

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Avoid using your teeth for anything other than chewing food. If you use them to crack nuts, remove bottle tops, or rip open packaging, you risk chipping or even breaking a tooth.


Do you regularly clean or sanitize your toothbrush? It can be a breeding ground for bacteria!


You shouldn't brush your teeth after vomiting or reflux. This can actually cause more damage to your teeth. Instead, use water to rinse out your mouth out once you're feeling better.


Smile and let everyone know that today will be your day!


It’s impossible to be “immune” to dental problems. However, by taking care of your teeth properly, you can help prevent problems from arising.


What's your favorite brand of toothpaste?


Beaver teeth never stop growing!


The year is nearly over, and if you have dental benefits that you haven’t used yet, now is the time to do so! Book an appointment today.


Everyone knows you need calcium for your bones and teeth, but did you know that your body needs Vitamin D to absorb the calcium? So make sure you get some sunlight all year 'round!


Drinking teeth-staining liquids (such as coffee or tea) through a straw can help reduce the staining on your teeth and may help reduce the risk of tooth decay.


Smiles are free, but they are worth a lot.


In 1975, Dr. Ted Aspes, a pediatric dentist in Smyrna, Georgia, encouraged his young patients to excel. He promised to provide each former child patient in town with a tube of toothpaste when they won a major award, like the Heisman Trophy or was named a Rhodes scholar. On March 21, 2001, former patient, Julia Roberts, received the Best Actress Oscar for her role in Erin Brockovich. Anticipating her win, Dr. Aspes had ordered 10,000 tubes of mint-flavored Crest toothpaste.


In North America, there are about three million miles of dental floss purchased every year – enough to stretch the floss to the moon and back six times!


The best possible dental tip we can give you to keep your smile healthy and bright is to keep up a great dental hygiene routine at home that includes brushing twice a day (for 2 minutes) and flossing at least once a day.


“Most smiles are started by another smile.” - Frank A. Clark


Your mouth is your body’s initial point of contact with the nutrients you consume. So naturally, what you put in your mouth impacts not only your general health but also the health of your teeth and gums.


Today, less than 10% of adults over age 65 lose their teeth, all thanks to advancements in dental care.


To alleviate painful or sore gums, rinse with warm, salt water 3-4 times daily to soothe the inflammation.


“Count your age by friends, not years. Count your life by smiles, not tears.” - John Lennon


On average, 3 million teeth are lost at sporting events annually.


It was customary during the middle ages to kiss a donkey if you had a toothache.


Boar, badger, and horse hair were used years ago for toothbrush bristles but were later found to be abrasive and harsh.


It takes 17 muscles to smile and 43 to frown!


Every person has a set of teeth as unique as their fingerprints. Forensic dentistry is an integral part of most CSI departments.


People who drink 3 or more glasses of soda each day have 62% more tooth decay, fillings, and tooth loss than people who don't. Put down the pop and sports drinks and pick up some nice fresh water instead.


Do you brush your teeth before or after you floss? Let us know in the comments below!


If you let brushing and flossing slide while traveling - or if you indulged in too many sweets - don't beat yourself up. Just get back on your routine now that you're home.


In 1905, dental assistant Irene Newman was trained to clean teeth. She became the first dental hygienist.


It's important to take care of your teeth, but give your tongue some attention too! Bacteria and plaque can gather on and around its surface, so make sure you clean it daily.


“Because of your smile, you make life more beautiful.” - Thich Nhat Nanh


A smile is a curve that sets everything straight.


There's always a reason to smile; you just have to find it!


Egyptians used a form of toothpaste over 5,000 years ago.


Effort is like toothpaste, you can always squeeze out just a little bit more.


Generally, there are two main kinds of toothbrushes to choose from: manual and electric brushes. Both are able to thoroughly clean teeth; it just depends on your preference and what your dental hygienist recommends for you.


When was the last time you flossed? Make sure it’s part of your dental routine tonight!


Replacing a toothbrush after illnesses help prevent the potential for re-infection.


Whenever a shark's tooth is broken or lost, the one behind moves forward so that the shark always has a full set of teeth!


Flossing is an important part of taking care of your teeth and gums. Flossing at least once a day can help prevent plaque from building up in-between your teeth!


Smiles are contagious; don't forget to smile today!


A healthy diet is essential for healthy teeth and gums. A diet of grains, nuts, fruits, vegetables, and dairy products will provide you with the nutrients you need.


It’s impossible to be “immune” to dental problems. However, by taking care of your teeth properly, you can prevent any problems from arising.


Use rewards to motivate your children to brush their teeth. For example, let them pick their toothbrush or have a goal chart to track their progress on a goal that leads to something they enjoy like going to a movie.


With just one smile you can make a person's day. That person might even be you!


In addition to brushing and flossing, rinsing your mouth with an antibacterial rinse can help prevent decay and gum problems.


Try to have a glass of water as part of your meals. It’ll help wash away the food particles to prevent tooth decay.


Always rinse your toothbrush with water after brushing. Store your toothbrush in an upright position and allow it to air-dry until using it again. Try to keep it separate from other toothbrushes in the same holder to prevent cross-contamination.


“Smile, it’s free therapy.” - Douglas Horton


Did you know? If you floss once a day, you will use nearly 5 miles of floss over the course of your life!

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2002 Spring Arbor Rd, Ste C
Jackson, MI

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Tuesday 8am - 5pm
Wednesday 7am - 3pm
Thursday 7am - 3pm

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