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Flossing Before Brushing Your Teeth, or After?

Which makes more sense? Health care routines are usually pretty stringent on the order you do each step; putting aftershave on AFTER you shave, washing your face BEFORE adding a daily moisturizer. But dental care routines aren’t as straight forward, it is not that simple when it comes to the order you do them. This…
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3 Reasons The Dentist Takes Your Blood Pressure

If you’re wondering why your blood pressure was taken at your last appointment, turn to the Anchorage dentist office The Libby Group for answers. Led by Dr. Justin Libby, the team at The Libby Group is warm and friendly, and they are strong advocates of patient education. 3 Reasons This Anchorage Dentist Monitors Your Blood Pressure 1. Appointment Frequency Most…
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Anchorage Dentists Share 5 Signs You Should See Them Immediately

A number of factors contribute to your oral health, so it’s important to keep all parts of your mouth healthy. When left untreated, minor issues can quickly become emergencies, which is why the staff at The Libby Group wants to share several common signs that you should visit their office immediately. These Anchorage dentists are committed to ensuring their patients’…
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Is Flossing Really Necessary? And If So, Which Methods are Best?

You may have heard some confusing media coverage on flossing in the recent months.  The US Dietary Guidelines chose to focus on food and nutrient intake (i.e. limiting sugars) this year but they have relayed to The American Dental Association that it doesn’t mean their stance on flossing has changed.  Governmental organizations including the US Department of Human Health Services re-affirm…
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Veneers vs. Crowns…Whats the Difference?

Everyone deserves to feel proud of their smile, but most people don’t realize the options they have for improving their pearly whites. Veneers and crowns are two viable ways to enhance your smile, and The Libby Group in Anchorage offers both. Both veneers and crowns are made from porcelain and provide natural-looking results. If you make an…
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Anchorage Dentist Explains The Value of Investing in Your Oral Health

You know caring for your teeth reduces your risk of cavities and gum disease, but did you know maintaining a proper oral health regimen is actually an investment in your overall well-being? Research shows poor dental health can lead to an increased risk of stroke, heart disease, and a slew of other health issues. Below, an Anchorage dentist from The…
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The Libby Dental Group Attends Richardson Group Communication Workshop

The Libby Dental Group attended Richardson Group communication workshop. We are learning better ways to communicate and care for our patients. We’re located in midtown Anchorage, if you’re interested in getting your teeth cleaned and teeth whitening, call us today at (907) 274-2659. Wonder why we’re wearing red noses? We support children’s healthcare with Walgreens…
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Dental Implants: Why this Treatment has Become Preferable Over Dentures for Many

If you have damaged or missing teeth and you want to repair your smile, we suggest you choose a dental provider with special training in restorative treatment to help you understand and explore the many options. Some of the most popular approaches for repairing, replacing, or improving the pearly whites include veneers, dental implants, and dentures. Although having a…
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Anchorage Dentists Kick Off Oral Cancer Awareness Month

April is Oral Cancer Awareness Month, so the Anchorage dentists at The Libby Group of Alaska want to make sure you understand this disease. Cases of oral cancer can go undiagnosed for years because people don’t recognize the warning signs. At-home screenings and regular visits to your dentist are the best ways to detect cancer early, but as with any other…
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3 At-Home Treatments for Relieving a Toothache

When you have a toothache, it’s absolutely essential to get it checked out and treated by a dentist as soon as possible. That said, if the earliest dental appointment you can get is still a day or two away, you shouldn’t have to worry about enduring a lot of pain until then. There are several at-home treatments that can provide…
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