One question that we often get around tax season is if patients can claim dental procedures on their taxes. The short answer is yes, but you must be aware of what types of treatments are exceptions.
What Is a Tax Deduction?
A tax deduction reduces the amount of taxable income you have and increases the amount of tax returns you receive from the government. In other words, the more viable claims you make, the more money you can get back from the government! ...
Valentine’s Day is coming up, and whether you’re looking forward to spending time with your sweetheart or are still searching for your true love, having confidence and a smile that shows it is a great asset to have.
How Smiles Promote Wellbeing
A smile is a way of showing others that you notice them, appreciate them, and care for them, so it’s no wonder why smiling is crucial to improving your relationship with your partner. It’s harder to feel sad when someone ...
It may be hard to get your entire family to cooperate for a family photo, from donning the complementary outfits to striking the right poses. But getting everyone to smile shouldn’t be a reason to stress out! Follow these tips to get a authentically beautiful smiles for your next family photo.
1. Take Photos at a Fun Place
One of the most difficult parts of smiling for family photos is to get everyone, including the kids, to smile. If you’re preparing for ...
We know teeth are important parts of our body—they help us eat, talk, and smile! But what exactly are they made out of? It’s not surprising that they’re just as complex as their functionality!
The outer layer of the teeth is called enamel, which is the first line of defense for your teeth. Enamel is very strong, but it isn’t made of living tissue like bone. Acidic foods and drinks like candy, citrus, and soda can wear your enamel down, making your ...
Everyone loves pumpkins. They represent fall, the new harvest, and the changing of the seasons. But did you know that pumpkins aren’t just a happy harbinger of Halloween? They’re actually good for you! That’s right, and what’s more, they’re not only healthy in a general sense—eating pumpkins is actually good for your teeth. That’s because pumpkins are jam-packed with important nutrients. Here are a few of the healthy nutrients found in pumpkins:
Zinc is important for strong bones and teeth, so your ...