|January 2016: Tips eNews & More!
We hope you enjoyed a wonderful holiday season and you are feeling relaxed, refreshed and ready for the year ahead!
At this time of year, we tend to make grand resolutions that we have every intention of keeping until and our busy schedules get in the way. This year, we
suggest making smaller, more concrete resolutions that will help to improve your health and well-being in 2016:
Do You Have Any Outstanding Dental Work?
Get in shape Spend at least 20 minutes walking daily
Eat healthy Have one fruit or vegetable with each meal
Be more grateful Write down one thing you are thankful for every morning
Avoid stress Meditate for 10 minutes each day
Unplug Shut off all devices/electronics one hour before bed
As we mentioned in December, your health benefits may be based on the calendar year, and if you have any outstanding dental work to be completed, now is a
great time to come in and see us. You can request an appointment here.
Wishing you a year filled with smiles,
Dr. Ron Barzilay
|Do You Need Root Canal Therapy?
At the core of your tooth there is an area we refer to as the pulp. The pulp is the portion of your tooth where blood and nutrients needed by a healthy tooth circulate. If the pulp is damaged for any reason it is susceptible to infection and can result in pain, swelling, bone damage and loss of the tooth. To save the original tooth and avoid the problems associated with damaged pulp, Root Canal Therapy is often an option.
Root Canal Therapy allows us to save your tooth structure rather than you requiring more costly procedures such as an implant or denture.
Click here to learn more about the root canal process.
Winter is here, and warm stews are officially in season!
This hearty stew filled with nutrient-rich root vegetables is perfect for those cold evenings when you need a tasty dinner that packs a nutritious punch. Prepare on the stove-top, or throw it all in the slow cooker for a meal that practically makes itself.
Click here for the full recipe!