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Dentist Saratoga Springs | Nutrition & Oral Health

Registered dietitians at the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics recognize a link between mouth health and nutrition. Oral infectious diseases, as well as acute, chronic and terminal illnesses with oral symptoms can impact not only our ability to consume food properly, but also our health and nutrition status. Learn more about the link between nutrition […]

Dentist Saratoga Springs | Thanksgiving and Oral Healthcare

Thanksgiving is quickly approaching! This day marks an event where everyone can feast and eat all the food that their tummies can handle. It is one of the few days of the year when people break their diets and really indulge at dinner. During this time, recipes can be found on how to stay on […]

Saratoga Springs Dentist | What to Do in Case of Dental Emergency

Accidents always happen. Be sure to know what to do when one arises – it can be the difference of saving a tooth or losing one. A dental emergency is an injury to your teeth or gums that can be potentially serious. Ignoring one can increase the risk of permanent damage. For all dental emergencies, […]

Dr. Johnson and Team Participate in NYS Mission of Mercy.

We did it! Over the course of two days, June 13-14, hundreds of volunteers including our dental team and other dentists, hygienists, lab technicians, and community helpers – came together to put on the first ever NYS Mission of Mercy, a clinic which provided more than $1 million in free dental treatment to more than […]

Saratoga Springs Dentist Volunteers in Guatemala

Dr. Marc A. Johnson of Smiles for Life Dental Care at 170 S. Broadway, Saratoga Springs, NY recently returned from a volunteer trip in which he donated his time, expertise and skills to the people of Peronia, Guatemala (located near Guatemala City). This is Dr. Johnson’s second time this year donating his care to help […]

Saratoga Springs Dentist: Could Your Asthma Be Affecting Your Oral Health This Fall?

Asthma is triggered easily in fall months. Did you know that asthma contributes to your oral health? Asthma treatments such as corticosteroids inhalers can cause conditions such as dry mouth and oral thrush. These conditions may cause problems such as increased plaque, cavities, gingivitis, TMJ disorder, and poor smelling breath. Please contact our dental office […]