Is Flying After Tooth Extraction Safe?

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If you’ve been told you’ll need a tooth extracted, you may feel there’s no “convenient” time to have it done. We all lead busy lives, and fitting a dental procedure into your busy schedule may be a challenge. For those who have a vacation or business trip coming up on the calendar, it could raise the question: Is flying after tooth extraction safe?

It normally takes a couple of days to recover after tooth extraction, so most dentists would recommend resting for at least 48 hours before flying. This enables you to get the rest you need to have a smooth recovery. While it’s technically safe to fly after most dental procedures, it may be especially uncomfortable to do so within the first 24-48 hours.

Dangers of flying after tooth extraction

It’s important to remember that flying can even cause minor pain and discomfort in healthy individuals who haven’t recently had dental work completed. Sinus pressure, headaches, and even toothaches can result from changes in altitude or cabin pressure. Any of these issues could be intensified for a person who has recently undergone tooth extraction.

If your tooth extraction appointment is within 24-48 hours of your dental appointment, be sure to chat with your dentist about the risks involved and what he or she recommends to minimize discomfort.

Talk to your dentist if you'll be flying 24-48 hours after any dental procedure

Be prepared!

If you will be flying soon after tooth extraction, there are a few things you can pack to be prepared:

  • Pain medication: Pack your prescribed or over-the-counter pain medication recommended by your dentist. You may want to take it prior to boarding the plane to lessen discomfort.
  • Extra gauze: If you choose to fly very soon after a procedure, you may still be in the window of time where you need to change your gauze periodically.
  • A refillable water bottle: You’ll want to avoid hot, cold, and acidic beverages (like coffee or soda) after tooth extraction, so it’s a good idea to pack a refillable water bottle to keep yourself hydrated throughout your flight.
  • An empty resealable bag for an ice pack: If you experience pain or swelling mid-flight, a resealable baggie can be turned into a handy ice pack – simply ask the flight attendant for some ice and hold against your cheek for ten-minute intervals.
  • Your dental office’s phone number: Be sure to save your dentist’s phone number before traveling in case of unexpected pain, swelling, or other symptoms.

Tips to ease dental discomfort while traveling

In addition to packing the necessities listed above, there are a few other things you can do to lessen discomfort if you’re flying after tooth extraction.

The first is to try your best to have a stress-free flight. This can be a challenge since flying is stressful for most travelers! To help, bring along entertainment that will allow you to relax, whether it’s soothing music on your phone or your favorite movie on your tablet. Pack a light blanket and a travel pillow to help you get comfy in your seat.

Depending on how soon you fly after your dental procedure, you may still need to stick to soft foods (no crunchy airplane snacks allowed!). At the airport, grab some soft, easy-to-eat options like yogurt, a smoothie, or soup.

Happy traveling!

If possible, try to make sure a tooth extraction and a scheduled flight aren’t too close together on your schedule. As mentioned before, it’s generally safe to fly after most dental procedures, but it could be especially uncomfortable to do so too soon. After all, who wants to start a vacation out with a painful flying experience?

Most importantly, talk to your dentist about your vacation plans so he or she can help you know what to expect and to be prepared!


The content on this blog is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of qualified health providers with questions you may have regarding medical conditions.

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Giving to Others Can Help You Live a Healthier and Happier Life

Kindness gives us happiness

Who hasn’t heard the adage, “There is more happiness in giving than in receiving”Recent studies have shown that not only are givers happier, they are also living longer and healthier lives!

Researchers have recently looked into what is known as the “helper’s high” – that warm fuzzy feeling you get from helping others – and how it affects us emotionally and physically. Since this is a time of the year when people are thinking about gratitude and giving back, let’s talk about some of the ways having a giving spirit can benefit you.

Benefits of giving

We make a living by what we get; we make a life by what we give.” 
~Winston Churchill

In everyday life, many people volunteer — whether it’s serving at soup kitchens, cleaning up litter, taking seniors to the grocery store, or helping a next-door neighbor. These people are motivated by an unselfish desire to help others with no thought of repayment. Nevertheless, there are dividends to be reaped from having a giving spirit. Here are just a few:

  • Endorphin boost – The good feeling you get from doing something for someone else acts on your body the same way physical exercise does, releasing a flood of endorphins that make you feel good. This hormone rush is the “helper high” that many volunteers report feeling.
  • Feelings of satisfaction – Being able to help someone else adds meaning to a person’s life. This has proven to be especially true for older adults. Those who volunteer in their communities experience less depression, have lower blood pressure, a greater sense of connectedness to others, and feel they have a purpose in life.
  • Deepens the feeling of gratitude – When you give of your time, energy, talents or assets, you can be profoundly affected when you see how it helps someone else’s life. Often, this makes people think about all the things they have in their own lives for which they are grateful. And studies have shown that grateful people are happier people!
  • You forget your own problems – Concentrating on someone else’s needs can help you to get out of your head for a while. You can take a vacation from your day-to-day worries and spend a few hours helping someone else with theirs. In fact, when people with medical conditions  “counsel” other patients with those same conditions, the “counselors” often experience less depression, distress, and disability.
  • Improves your health – Scientific studies have been done to research how helping others affects the body. Acts of kindness lower stress levels. And lowered stress levels are good for your body for many reasons. It can reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease and enhance the body’s immunity by stimulating the production of antibodies. And it’s been shown that when a person has a pattern of giving in their life, it can impact their lifespan in a positive way!

List of physical and emotional benefits that result from showing acts of kindness to others

Can you give?

Giving benefits both the giver and the receiver. Would you like to experience the “helper’s high” and gain the benefits that come from giving to others?

There are many opportunities available in every community to do something good for someone else. Check with your local food banks, nursing homes, hospitals, or community groups for a need for volunteers. Or look for ways to help others around you at work, home, or in your neighborhood. As we have discussed, the rewards you will get far outweigh any sacrifice you may make!

Do you have favorite ways of giving?  What do you feel you receive? We’ll be interested to read your comments below!

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Fall Food Favorites That Are Good for Your Teeth

Delicious fall food favorite: Apple cinnamon overnight oats

There are a lot of things to love about the fall season: cooler weather, beautifully colored foliage, and the kids being back in school! But one of the highlights for most of us is the special foods we look forward to enjoying each autumn.

Being honest, we’d have to admit that most of the foods we associate with fall holidays and festivals aren’t very good for our teeth. But did you know there are some delicious Fall foods that are good for you?

Fall food favorites to enjoy

Here are a few foods that will let you enjoy the warm and cozy feeling of autumn while enhancing your oral health!


Apples have long been known for their health benefits, and we all look forward to enjoying these sweet and delicious treats each fall in ciders and pies. But you can do your teeth a favor by choosing to eat your favorite variety of apple in its natural, raw state. Yes, they are high in natural sugars (about 19 grams per apple), but they counteract that by also being high in water content and fiber.

Apples benefit your teeth in two ways by their crunchy texture:

  1. When you chew crunchy foods, your mouth naturally produces more saliva, which contains bacteria-neutralizing agents that protect your teeth from decay.
  2. Crunchy foods act as nature’s scrubbers on your teeth. They are especially good at getting around and between teeth to clean away plaque and leftover food particles.

So throw some apple slices into your work lunch or the kid’s school lunch and reap the healthy rewards of this sweet and yummy snack.


When you think of fall foods, one of the first that often comes to mind is pumpkin. We’ve all seen the stampede at Starbucks for their seasonal pumpkin spice latte; and each fall, Pinterest is inundated with the latest pumpkin recipes. But, you may not know how good pumpkin actually is for you!

Pumpkin is a nutrient-dense food, and it’s full of vitamins and minerals that are important for your oral health. Here are just a few of its many benefits:

  • Pumpkin contains zinc, and a deficiency in zinc is associated with poor dental health, weak bones, and bleeding gums.
  • It has magnesium, which works along with calcium to build a hard enamel surface on your teeth necessary to resist decay.
  • Pumpkin has 100% of your RDA for Vitamin A for promoting healing, especially important if you have damaged gums.
  • It provides  20% of your RDA for Vitamin C, needed to build up your immune system and fight off infections and inflammation.
  • It is also a rich source of beta-carotene, which can play an important part in fighting several types of cancers.

As you can see, pumpkin is a vegetable superfood when it comes to your teeth, so eat up! But skip the sugary lattes and opt instead for the soups, oatmeals, quick breads, and smoothies featured in these healthy and tasty recipes.

Enjoy a pumpkin spice “fix” without the sugar and calories with this delicious Pumpkin Spice Smoothie recipe:

Recipe for a fall food favorite - healthy pumpkin spice smoothie

  • 1/2 cup frozen pumpkin puree
  • 1/2 frozen banana
  • 3/4 tsp. pumpkin pie spice
  • 1/4 tsp. vanilla
  • 1 cup milk or unsweetened vanilla almond milk

Blend all ingredients until smooth. Enjoy!

Pumpkin seeds

Pumpkin seeds are packed with nutrients, too – especially fiber (there’s more than 5g in 1oz of pumpkin seeds) and phosphorus, along with protein, calcium, and iron. Tooth enamel is made of calcium and phosphorus, so eating foods rich in these minerals will help to keep your teeth strong. And iron helps to keep your tongue healthy.

Most nuts and seeds are high in protein and low in sugar, while also providing great vitamins. So next time you are carving a pumpkin, why not try roasting the seeds and harvest the rich nutrient dividends for you and your family!


Cranberries are another seasonal snack good for the health of your teeth. They contain polyphenols that act as a bacteria repellant, blocking the molecules from sugar-causing bacteria from forming a decay-causing sticky layer on your teeth. Cranberries also encourage the good bacteria in your mouth to thrive!

Because cranberries are naturally tart, many times cranberry products are loaded with sugar, so use only unprocessed cranberries or 100% juice with no added sugars. A hot mug of cranberry juice spiced with cinnamon, orange zest, and cloves is the very essence of fall!

Healthy choices

Making healthy choices is easier when we know why they are important and how they will benefit us. Hopefully, this look at healthy fall food choices and how they will benefit your teeth and oral health will help you to make wise choices for you and your family. And we hope you will try some of the recipes we’ve shared!

Let us know in the comments below which recipes your family enjoyed the most!

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Vaping – Is it Safe?

Is vaping a healthy alternative?

It seems like everywhere you go nowadays you see someone vaping. That large, white, cloud of steam escaping from their mouth and floating around their head is a common sight. Vaping has been around for many years, but it’s only been in the last few years that its popularity and use has grown into a multi-billion dollar industry.

Why is vaping so popular and just how safe is it for your health?

Vaping 101

Vaping involves inhaling vapor from a small cylinder (similar in size and shape to a cigarette) filled with chemicals and flavors. The vaping pipe has a heating element built in it that changes the liquid in the pipe to steam.

Vaping, or e-cigarettes, are promoted as being a healthy alternative to tobacco-based cigarettes. Some are even encouraged to use vaping as a stepping stone in their struggle to break free from their addiction to nicotine.

How safe is vaping?

For those who really enjoy “riding the mist” and think that they are choosing a safer alternative than cigarettes, it will be disappointing to learn that vaping isn’t really any safer.

Almost all e-cigarettes contain nicotine, the same highly addictive chemical found in traditional cigarettes. Stopping the vaping habit will cause the same nicotine withdrawal symptoms as quitting cigarettes. It will also cause the same dangerous side effects to your health, which is why pregnant woman are warned to avoid vaping.

Many who vape mistakenly believe that steam is safer than smoke. But in reality, the same carcinogenic chemicals are released by both processes. And just as second-hand cigarette smoke is dangerous to others, the vapor from e-cigarettes has been shown to worsen the air quality of a room, mainly by introducing nicotine and other chemicals (including formaldehyde and lead) into the atmosphere. Exposure to this is especially dangerous for smaller children.

One of the most troubling trends with e-cigarettes is their growing use among teenagers – middle school and high school age. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has made the statement that nicotine is harmful to the developing teenage brain. And no teenager should be using any tobacco or nicotine-containing products.

Did you know? Vaping increases your oral cancer risk.


Vaping and oral cancer

The occurrence of oral cancer has been rising in the U.S. and is a genuine danger with both cigarettes and e-cigarettes. Tens of thousands of Americans die from oral cancer every year. If you use e-cigarettes, here are some of the oral cancer symptoms you should be on the watch for:

  • Sores in the mouth and on the lips that don’t heal
  • Red or white patches of skin in the mouth
  • A persistent sore throat or hoarseness
  • Numbness or swelling of the lips or mouth

If you notice any of these symptoms, see your doctor immediately.

The best prevention would be to just not use e-cigarettes at all, but if you do continue to vape, ask your dentist on your regularly scheduled checkups to screen your mouth for oral cancer. A dentist has special equipment that helps spot cancer in the developing stages when it is more easily and successfully treated.

To vape or not to vape

We hope looking at these facts will help you to make an informed decision about the wisdom of vaping. In the end, it’s up to you, of course, to decide. But, we hope this information will make you think before you inhale!


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How to Create an Emergency Preparedness Kit for Your Family

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It’s a sobering fact of life that many of us will at some time have to deal with a major disaster. A fire, flood, tornado, earthquake, or hurricane can cause serious or even devastating damage.

Having an emergency preparedness kit is the smart thing to do. But what should you pack in your kit? Here are some important tips from some leading emergency management organizations.

What to pack

There are some basic things that you should have packed and ready in a “Go Bag” in case you need to evacuate your area. When it comes to food and water, packing at least a 3-day supply for each member of the family is recommended. Keep these supplies in something easy to carry such as a backpack (you could pack one for each member of the family) or bucket or plastic tub and keep it someplace everyone can access.

  • Water– It’s possible to buy purified water in cans or pouches online that have a 5 to 50-year shelf life.
  • Food – Pack only non-perishable items. Energy bars are good since they are calorie dense but small and lightweight.
  • Flashlight/radio – A hand-cranked combo of the two is the best choice since you won’t need to pack and carry batteries.
  • First aid kit – Get one with at least basic medicines and first aid supplies to deal with minor injuries.
  • Extra keys – To the house, car, or business.
  • Multi-purpose tool and whistle
  • Extra clothes and blanket
  • Medications – Pack an extra weeks supply of any medications you may be presently taking.
  • Extra cash – Since banks may be closed and ATMs inoperable, have some cash in small bills.
  • Chargers – Pack extra cell phone chargers and backup batteries.
  • Pet food – Whatever pets you have, pack a 3-day supply of their food also.
  • Personal hygiene items – Don’t forget to pack such necessary items as a toothbrush, floss, toothpaste, and soap.

Many stores and online businesses sell pre-packaged emergency and food kits so there are several options available for making sure you and your family are prepared for the worst.

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Have a plan

Create and practice an emergency plan so your family will know what to do in a crisis. Here are the three steps it takes to create a plan:

  1. Discuss with your family how to respond to the different types of emergencies likely to arise in your area. Plan where you will meet in case you become separated. Have a way to notify loved ones that you are safe. You can do this on the American Red Cross Safe and Well website or call 1-800-RED-CROSS and select “Disaster” to register yourself and your family.
  2. Delegate responsibilities to each family member in accord with age and ability.
  3. Practice your plan until everyone feels comfortable with their role.

Having an emergency plan in place has been life-saving in some situations! So don’t put it off.

“Always be prepared”

That old boy scout motto is a piece of very good advice! Being prepared for an emergency does take some extra time and planning but the safety of you and your family is worth any effort it takes, isn’t it?  Why not set aside time this week to work up a plan with your family and get an emergency “Go Bag” ready. You’ll sleep better at night knowing that whatever may arise, you and your family are prepared to meet it!

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How To Choose the Best Toothbrush

Choosing the best toothbrush may seem overwhelming! This post contains tips to help.

When was the last time you perused the oral care aisle at the drugstore? It’s packed FULL of options; choosing the best toothbrush can appear to be an impossible feat. Should you select a brush with soft or hard bristles? Manual or electric? The possibilities may seem endless!

3 tips for choosing the right toothbrush

Here are our top three tips for choosing the best toothbrush:

  1. Look for ADA approval: One important thing to look for when selecting the best toothbrush for your needs is the American Dental Association’s seal of approval. Toothbrushes with ADA approval meet specific requirements for safety and quality.
  2. We’re softies for soft bristles: Soft bristles are recommended to avoid damage to your teeth and gums. Brushing too hard or using hard bristles can cause or exacerbate gum recession and could wear away your teeth’s enamel.
  3. Time for replacement? It’s generally recommended to replace your toothbrush every three months, or after an illness. Here’s another visual cue to look for: If your brush has started to fray, it’s time for a new one!

What's the best toothbrush choice for you?

Which is the best toothbrush for you – manual or electric?

Ultimately, both are good options – it depends on your preference! A manual toothbrush, when used correctly, can get the job done. However, powered toothbrushes make thousands more brush strokes than you ever could manually, so many dentists recommend them for that fresh, clean feeling.

What about the rest of your family? Electric toothbrushes are a good option for all ages! Several models are designed specifically for kids, who don’t have much dexterity yet. Powered toothbrushes can be an effective option so they can reach more areas of their mouth than they could with a manual brush. Additionally, elderly family members may find an electric toothbrush easier to use, since most models have a thicker handle that’s easier to hold (especially for those with arthritis).

Conquer the toothbrush aisle once and for all!

Once you’ve selected the perfect toothbrush, remember to pick up some floss and mouthwash as well. Maintain a healthy smile with a solid brushing routine and remember to visit Dr. Gerfen every six months for a check-up and cleaning!

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8 Tips to Maintain Healthy Teeth While Traveling

You can maintain healthy teeth while traveling with these essential tips.

What are your travel plans this summer? Whether you’re planning a long weekend at the beach, a rustic camping adventure, or an international getaway, no doubt you’re excited about your upcoming escape. The house-sitter is booked, your bags are packed…but do you have everything you need to maintain healthy teeth while traveling?

It can be easy to neglect your oral hygiene habits when out of town; after all, you’re away from home and out of your normal routine. However, with a little planning, you can avoid taking a vacation from your dental health during your summer travels.

Don’t Take a Vacation From your Dental Health

  1. An ounce of prevention: Schedule your cleaning and checkup with your dentist prior to your planned vacation to ensure any potential concerns are identified and treated before you leave.
  2. Pack the dental essentials: Remember to pack your toothbrush, floss, and mouthwash. If you wear a night guard, pack that too!
  3. Protect your toothbrush from germs: Use a protective cover for your toothbrush that has holes for ventilation.
  4. Keep floss at your fingertips: If traveling by air, keep your toothbrush and floss handy in your personal item for easy access during the flight.
  5. In-flight tips: During long flights, drink plenty of water, avoid sticky snacks, and chew sugar-free gum.
  6. Let your toothbrush breathe: When you arrive at your destination, take your toothbrush out of its cover – a wet toothbrush can breed bacteria. Allow your toothbrush to dry thoroughly before covering it again.
  7. Water warning: If the water isn’t safe to drink where you’re vacationing, it’s not safe for brushing either! Brush with bottled water instead.
  8. Avoid dental disasters: Do not chew ice, hard candies, or other foods that could chip or crack your teeth.
Maintain healthy teeth while traveling with these simple tips.

Play it safe and use bottled water when in doubt.

With a little preparation, you can enjoy your summer travels without neglecting your teeth! We want to hear: What are your travel plans this summer? Comment below!

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7 Tips to Host An Awesome Holiday Party

Lights! Family! Desserts! The holiday season can be an exhilarating time! But, for many, it can also be a tad on the stressful side – especially when it comes to entertaining.

Each year, there seems to be more pressure to host the perfect party … so your Danbury Dentist has provided 7 simple tips, to make it a whole lot easier on you!


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1.) Assemble your Guest List – Decide how formal or relaxed you want the party to be, and think about who you want to invite. Once you have your guest list settled, send your invitations out sooner than later. Schedules fill up rather quickly, so at least four weeks in advance is a good rule of thumb!

2. Consider the Mood – What special items would create the ambiance that you’re going for? Pinterest is an excellent tool for party planning. You can browse pins, and collect your favorite images, lists, and ideas. Once you have a few pins collected, you can start to see a trend, and nail down your eventual look and feel.

3. Get Creative – Once you know the guest list and general look, it’s time to get your plan in motion! Etsy is a great place to buy unique, hand-made decorations and gifts. Think about ways to set your party apart and make it a really unique event. Rather than expense, the most memorable parties are those that make the guests feel welcome and thought of.

4.) Buy Ahead – Begin to gather your party goods well before your event. Stores often run out of items, so shopping ahead helps you either get what you need or gives you enough time to substitute the particular item. Never buy ‘just enough’. As the old adage goes, “it is better to have and not need, than to need and not have.”

5.) It’s All In the Details – Set the mood with well-chosen seasonal tunes, and remember to keep the music low enough to encourage conversation. If a guest has food allergies, ensure there are food items that they can also enjoy. It’s a good idea to have a plan B in mind, so if the unexpected happens, you have a predetermined plan for dealing with it. Don’t let the unexpected wreak havoc on your good time.

6.) Gift Master – You never know when you might be faced with a surprise gift exchange! Storing a few extra gifts ensures that you’ll never be caught off-guard. A bottle of wine, special tea, scented candles, and baked goods are great inexpensive gifts that are not too specific, and also succeed in creating a caring impression.

7.) Just Chill – At the actual event, you need to chill out. Spend time giggling, grinning, and chatting with your guests. If you relax, kick back, and enjoy yourself, your guests will too.

Don’t forget to schedule an appointment with Dr. Gerfen by calling our Danbury dentist office at (203)-743-1972.

We hope this list helps you out, and we’d love to hear about you!
What are some of your best party planning ideas?

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Don’t Throw Your Money Away ‐ Use Your 2015 Dental Benefits Before You Lose Them!

We know the world of dental insurance benefits, deductibles, co‐pays, etc. can be difficult to navigate. That’s why the team here at Soams Dental Care is always ready to answer questions to help you understand your options. It’s important for you to make your benefits work for you!

That’s why we want to remind our Danbury dental patients to use their 2015 dental insurance benefits before they disappear! Most insurance plans will reset on January 1, 2016. You could save hundreds of dollars by taking advantage of your remaining benefits before the year ends!

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Do you want to throw hundreds of dollars in the garbage can?

We didn’t think so. You’ve already paid for your benefits; make sure you use them! Here are four things you need to know to maximize the benefits you’ve paid for:

1. Any money you’ve already spent toward your deductible will roll back to zero on January 1, 2016. If you’ve met your deductible or are close to it, you could save money by completing treatments this year instead of next year. Call your insurance company to find out how much has been applied toward your deductible and what treatments might be covered.

2. Preventive appointments, including exams, cleanings, and x‐rays, are typically covered in full. Did you visit Danbury dentist, Gerfen, twice this year? If not, call now to schedule another cleaning before the year‐end deadline (and remember to schedule cleanings for your family members as well)! You’ve already paid for these valuable visits, don’t miss out!

3. If you have a healthcare flexible spending account, you will lose any unused funds in it at the end of the year (or grace period, depending on your plan). Remember, these funds can be used for dental care!

4. Delaying treatment could be costly. Avoiding treating a simple cavity now could turn into a root canal later. Prevent more extensive and costly treatments later by taking advantage of your benefits before the end of this year!

It’s already October ‐ benefit from your benefits before the year runs out!

As always, if you need any assistance navigating your dental insurance benefits, we’re happy to help out. Call us now at (203)-743-1972 with any questions and to book appointments for you and your family and take advantage of your benefits before they disappear. Our schedule fills up fast around the end of the year, so don’t delay!

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Helping Those in Need During the Holidays!

The holidays are a time of giving. Here are 5 ways you can give back and spread the joy!

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Our Danbury dental team would love to hear how you give back at holiday time.

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