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Did You Know That Having a Healthy Body Starts With a Healthy Smile?

Did you know that having a healthy body starts with a healthy smile? Both affect your digestive system and vice versa. To eat the healthy foods your body needs, your teeth have to masticate (chew) and break down the food. If you are missing teeth or your dentures don't fit very well preventing you from chewing fibrous or solid foods... read more »

Keep Your Teeth and Gums Healthy and Lessen Your Risk of Dementia!

When it comes to dementia, ongoing research shows that having a properly functioning masticatory system can help prevent or delay the onset of dementia. When the masticatory system (chewing) isn't functioning right, it can increase stress hormones that contribute to cognitive decline. Taking good care of your oral health benefits your mouth, general health and mental health. Your Amazing Brain... read more »

The Facts on Aging and Your Dental Health

Do you know how to take care of your smile as you age? If not, you are in the right place! Our body changes continuously as we age from young children to senior adults. As a result, taking care of our oral health correctly as we age could help avoid any oral health disasters. Our dentists, Dr. Joshua A. Manchester,... read more »

The Benefits to Be Had From Detecting Risk Factors for Gum Disease

Have you looked for any signs and symptoms of gum disease or are you putting yourself at an increased risk for the condition? Did you know that gum disease is a gum tissue infection that progresses over a period of several years? To help combat gum disease, analyze your lifestyle habits and eliminate those that place you at an increased... read more »

Sleep Apnea Can Damage Your Overall Health

If you suffer from sleep apnea, you are not alone. Many people may not know they have it until someone tells them. However, this condition can be harmful to your oral health. To help you understand why sleep apnea is a threat, our dentists, Dr. Manchester and Dr. Lawton with Northwest Center for Prosthodontics in Olympia, Washington, are here to... read more »