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Happy Thanksgiving from all of us at Chanhassen Family Dentistry!

This is one of our favorite holidays. We have a lot to be thankful for—including all of our patients. We’re also thankful for the great time we get to spend with friends and family this holiday, and the delicious meals we get to share with them.

Of course, working in the oral health field always makes us think about what we are eating, and how it affects our teeth. We decided to share a little “Thanksgiving and Your Teeth” meal breakdown. Here’s what we’ve got to say about some traditional Thanksgiving dishes. read more

CFD can whiten your smileThe year goes so fast, and before we know it, we’re back into the holiday season! It’s an exciting time of year, with family gatherings, holiday parties, and an overall spirit of joy that fills the air. You simply can’t help but smile as you celebrate one festivity after the next. We want to help you make sure that smile is as beautiful as possible. read more

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CariVu is a hand-held instrument that reveals cracks and cavities in seconds, using only light – no radiation! It can help you address small problems before they become big ones. read more

It’s the season of sweets and treats. Sugary foods around the holidays are basically inescapable, but eating foods that are high in sugar can jeopardize your oral health.

We wish we were immune to sugar cravings, but understand that it’s hard to pass up on every Halloween, Thanksgiving, or Christmas goodie that appears at work or holiday parties. So, what do we suggest to keep your teeth healthy during the holidays? read more

A study recently published in the European Journal of Ageing has concluded that poor oral health may contribute to loneliness in older adults. Therefore, maintaining good oral health into old age may be a protective factor against loneliness. read more

You may have seen recent headlines announcing that flossing isn’t necessary. We want to make sure you are well-equipped with the information you need, so you can properly care for your oral health. Here’s a breakdown of the current debate: read more

What are Cold Sores?

Cold sores are caused by the Herpes Simplex Virus Type 1 (HSV-1). Although many people may worry and overreact when they hear read more

Do you find yourself doing a breath check on a daily basis? You know the one we are talking about: when you discreetly breathe into your cupped hand and try to determine whether your breath is tolerable enough for a face-to-face conversation with your partner, friend, or boss. If you suffer from bad breath, you might be wondering if you should invest in a tongue scraper. Luckily, we’ve got some input for you. read more

Business woman biting on penHave you ever stopped to think about how your day job might affect your oral health? Delta Dental has. They’ve put together both a list of common risk factors contributing to poor oral health, and what industries are most at risk, as well as a list of the 5 work habits that can wreck your teeth. Is what you do at work putting you at risk of poor dental health?

Schedule your routine dentist visit to make sure you’re keeping your mouth healthy by calling our office at 952-443-3368.

Jaw Dental Xray - OsteoporosisRoutine dentist visits are integral to good oral health, but they also may be your first line of diagnosis and prevention for diseases that affect other areas of your body. That’s because the mouth is the gateway to the body, and various diseases have signs or symptoms that are noticeable to your dentist. Osteoporosis (weakening of the bones) is one of those diseases. read more