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October 18, 2016
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Did you know...

The Statue of Liberty's mouth is 3 feet wide!

(That's a big smile!)

 

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August 30, 2016
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Here are some Dental facts to keep in mind:

 

* 10 to 12 - the number of teaspoons of sugar in an average 12 oz. soda

* $1.8 billion - annual amount spent on toothpaste

 

* $775 million - annual amount spent on toothbrushes

 

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August 16, 2016
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Here are a few comments from some satisfied patients:

 

As always, my experience with Dr. Vaughn and his staff on Aug 11 was WONDERFUL. My treatment needed a lot of time and they made sure my appointment time secured for that purpose. Dr. Vaughn called me the following day to make sure I'm doing OK after the treatment. This shows CARE and we don't experince it with other providers. I'm very happy and lucky to have Dr. Vaughn's office near me.  -Ryoko B.

 

Very helpful as always. Had a dental emergency, got me in the same day and was compassionate. Very thankful for their help.  - JoAnn C.

 

The staff is welcoming, experienced and knowledgeable. I feel comfortable and trust them completely with my care. Definitely would recommend to anyone!  -Elba N.

 

Painless, Excellent, Great!   -Walter O

 

Thank you all for your feedback! We look forward to seeing all of you and welcome any newcomers!

Did you know....

 

The first toothbrushes were tree twigs?

Chewing on the tips of the twigs spread out the fibers, which were then used to clean the teeth.

 

 

 

 

 

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Every year, March 17th marks St. Patrick's day.  Here are some little known facts about this widely celebrated, Irish holiday:

 

1) St. Patrick was not from Ireland, he was from Wales.

 

2) For many years, blue was the color most often associated with St. Patrick. Green was considered unlucky. St. Patrick’s blue was considered symbolic of Ireland for many centuries and the Irish Presidential Standard is still blue.

 

3) Chicago, Illinois has been celebrating Saint Patrick by dumping green dye into the Chicago River since 1962. It takes 40 tons of dye to get the river to a suitably festive shade!

 

4) All of the Saint Patrick’s Day revelry around the globe is great news for brewers. A 2012 estimate pegged the total amount spent on beer for Saint Patrick’s Day celebrations at $245 million. And that’s before tips to pubs’ bartenders.

 

5) The shamrock, pot-of-gold, and leprechauns are also associated with St. Patrick’s Day. The shamrock was worn as a badge on the lapel. Three is Ireland’s magic number and the three petals that make up the shamrock are supposed to bring good luck. The three leaves also represent the Trinity in the Christian religion.

 

6) A little-known fact from Irish lore: Leprechauns earned that gold they’re guarding. According to legend, leprechauns spend their days making and mending shoes. It’s hard work, so you can’t blame them for being territorial about their pots of gold!

 

7) St. Patrick’s Day has become a holiday all around the world and for one day out of the year anyone can be Irish and join in the celebration.

 

                                                        

 

 

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