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28 01, 2015

15 Years Of Smiles In Niles

2015-01-28T10:20:53-06:00Celebration, Cosmetic Dentistry, Dental Specials, Dr. Anne Fabricius, Dr. Dorothy Anasinski, Fun Dentist, Implant Dentist, Invisalign, Michael Gaynor, periodontist, Periodontist of Niles, Reasons To Smile, Samantha Chou, Smile, Teeth Whitening|

Celebrating Our 15 Year Anniversary :) Celebrate with us on January 30, Dental Specialists of Niles Dr. Dorothy Anasinski along with our staff, are excited to be celebrating 15 wonderful years of supporting you become healthier and happier, our mission here at Dental Specialists of Niles. We've been helping you [...]

22 01, 2015

Simple Habits to Help Achieve Life Long Health

2015-01-22T08:09:55-06:00Dental Health, Diabetes, Food Choices, Health Resolutions, Healthy Activities, Heart Health, Reasons To Smile, Summer Activities, Type II|

What are a few simple things that you can do this year that have a cumulative and positive impact on your life-long health? To help get you started we are suggesting two very simple practices to put into place that anyone can do and they do not require gym memberships [...]

14 01, 2015

Healthy Detox Recipe for the New Year

2015-01-14T08:32:45-06:00Better Breath, Diabetes, Food Choices, Good Sugars, Health Resolutions, Healthy Dental Recipes, Healthy Fats, Heart Health, Type II|

A popular term this time of year as we revise our New Year’s Resolutions is to pursue eating the types of foods that will help us detox.  However, the word detox implies that our body is filled with unwanted toxins.  This may or may not be true. So, in the [...]

7 01, 2015

Find Out If You Are At Risk for Gum Disease in 1 Minute

2015-01-07T18:37:52-06:00Dental Quiz, Dental Safety, Dentist Appointment, Dr. Dorothy Anasinski, Gum Disease, Gum Health, Healthy Teeth Tips, Periodontal, periodontist, Periodontist of Niles|

Show your gums some love and take this 1 minute assessment to help determine if you are at risk for gum disease. Why is this test so important?  According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 64.7 million Americans are affected by periodontal disease.  Periodontal disease has been linked [...]