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One of the great things about dentistry is being able to enhance patient’s lives so significantly. Allowing people to look better, smile more readily, be free of pain, chew and function normally, live longer and have nice fresh breath for speaking and kissing are just a few of the things we do to improve the lives of everyone we touch. Even the most basic dental procedures are incredibly important – without good dental hygiene and regular cleanings millions more teeth would be lost every year. We hope you enjoy our blog and find the information within useful and sometimes even entertaining.

Monday, October 29, 2012

Stop Zombie Mouth!

Halloween is quickly approaching and children everywhere are anticipating all of the fun, excitement, and sugary, sticky, treats!

The American Dental Association, along with PopCap games has created a fun video to encourage healthy dental habits and choices.

Top Seven Ways to Stop Zombie Mouth

  • 1   2x2! Brush for two minutes two times per day with fluoride toothpaste.
  • 2   Floss between your teeth daily.
  • 3   Eat fruits and veggies instead of sugary and starchy snacks.
  • 4   Wear a mouth guard while playing sports.
  • 5   Don’t smoke or use tobacco.
  • 6   Don’t pierce your lips or any other part of your mouth.
  • 7   Visit your dentist regularly. Dentists get lonely!

We Need Your Help!

This Halloween, the ADA and PopCap Games are redefining what a Halloween “treat” can be… by giving FUN instead of candy. They're giving away Plants vs. Zombies™ download games as a
sugar-free alternative, and you can join in the fun.

Visit the link below to print free coupons for the 
online game Plants vs. Zombies - a family friendly video game that has won over 
30 Game of the Year awards!

Your Acreview Dental Team wishes you

A Safe and Happy Halloween!


  1. nice info on dental problem and preventing them.
    thanks for sharing.
    Dentist Hampshire

    1. Thank you for your comments. Please keep reading our blog and checking in with us.

  2. You're welcome Daniel... keep checking in & thanks for reading our blog!