Dentist Brookfield December 2015

The time has flown by and once again it is year end....Myra, Donna, Helen, Sarah, Diane, Kellie, and of course Dr Levitt want to wish our entire 

family of patients a safe and wonderful Holiday season and Happy New Year. A time to celebrate with family and make New Years Resolutions.

We look forward to another year of providing the best dental care we can offer you and look forward to meeting any friends of yours as new patients in

the office. As always if any dental problems occur during the holiday season I will be available to meet you on an emergency basis in the office if it is

during non treatment hours. Our answering service will be able to contact me if you should need to call with a problem or question. Once again celebrate

and stay safe.

  IN THIS ISSUE:

Eating Right for Dental Health: What to Consume and Avoid

Dentist or Detective? Major Health Clues Your Mouth Provides

5 Ways to Maximize Your Dental Benefits Plan

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Eating Right for Dental Health: What to Consume and Avoid

Dental health starts in the...kitchen? You read that correctly! Of course, brushing, flossing, and regular dental visits are important, but they aren't the only things to consider when it comes to keeping your pearly whites in tiptop shape.

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Dentist or Detective? Major Health Clues Your Mouth Provides

Chew on this for a minute: just by glancing inside your mouth, your dentist can tell you a number of things that may be news to you and your doctor! Surprising as it may sound, your oral health can speak volumes about the rest of your body, and something as simple as a routine dental checkup can benefit your health and wallet big time. From harmful habits to life-threatening diseases, find out what clues your mouth can provide about your wellbeing.

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5 Ways to Maximize Your Dental Benefits Plan

With terms like PPO, HMO, in-network, and out-of-network to describe dental benefits, it's no surprise that many don't understand how to make the most of their plan. This means you may be overlooking benefits that are critical to maintaining your oral health.

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