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Spring Creek Family Dentistry December 2016 Newsletter
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ENTER A DRAWING TO WIN
FREE TEETH WHITENING

Have you ever thought about whitening your teeth? If so, now is the perfect time. You are invited to enter our drawing for free teeth whitening.

The winner will be chosen January 31. . Until the end of January we are also offering a 20% discount on whitening.

So come in soon and if you win the drawing we will reimburse your costs.

Give us a call or stop in and let us know you are interested. We will put your name in the drawing and can answer any questions you may have. Get ready for spring with a whiter smile.


Do You Have an Abscessed Tooth?
An abscess is an extremely uncomfortable infection at the tooth root, or it may also be found between the tooth and the gums. It is often a result of tooth decay, but it may result due to trauma, gum disease, or a chipped or broken tooth. Signs of an abscess include:

• Pain with chewing
• Sensitivity to cold or hot
• A bitter or foul taste in the mouth
• Swollen glands in the neck
• High fever
• Feeling ill or generally uncomfortable
• Swelling and redness of the gums
• Swollen lower or upper jaw
• Open, draining sores in the gums

If you are concerned that you might have a tooth abscess, contact our office for treatment right away.

Getting Enough Calcium When You Suffer from Lactose Intolerance
It can be difficult to get enough calcium when dairy cannot be a part of your daily diet. For those who suffer from lactose intolerance, this can be a regular issue. Calcium improves overall health, including oral health. If you need to add more calcium to your diet but cannot have dairy in your diet, consider these foods:

• Fish like sardines and canned salmon are good sources of calcium.
• Beans and other legumes, like black-eyed peas, are also abundant sources of calcium.
• Leafy green veggies are also a great option, such as bok choy, turnip greens, and kale.
• Seaweed gives your body a ton of nutrients, including large quantities of calcium.
• Oranges and orange juice provide a lot of Vitamin C and a good amount of calcium.

By adding some of these foods into your diet, you will have several sources of the calcium your body needs.

Emphasizing the connection between a healthy body, healthy mouth, and a beautiful smile!




Spring Creek Family Dentistry | www.springcreekfamilydentistry.com | 503-659-9658
2636 SE Harrison St, Milwaukie, OR 97222



 

 

 
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