Archive for 2016

  • Dec192016

    SINK YOUR TEETH INTO THIS H.O.L.I.D.A.Y REMINDER

    The holidays are here and all of us at Dentistry of the Carolinas feel the spirit of this wonderous season! This year…

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  • Oct312016

    Of course flossing is necessary

    Flossing is necessary! Regardless of what else you may hear. Read this recent ‘tongue in cheek’ top 40 of unnecessary health…

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  • Sep212016

    How Can I Have Five Cavities? You Must Be Crazy!

    By Clark B. Hammock, DMD, P.A. How Can I Have Five Cavities? You Must Be Crazy! This experience is basically…

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  • Aug302016

    Is Your Rheumatoid Arthritis Causing Bad Breath?

    By Clark Hammock, DMD; doctor, executive vice president, Dentistry of the Carolinas As if having arthritis isn’t challenging enough on…

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  • Aug082016

    DOC Supports Flossing

    CHARLOTTE, N.C. – Aug. 4, 2016 – In response to recent news reports that question the efficacy of flossing, Dentistry…

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  • Aug022016

    Rheumatoid Arthritis and Gum Disease: Unlikely Partners in Crime

    By Clark Hammock, DMD; doctor, executive vice president, Dentistry of the Carolinas Most of us would be hard pressed to…

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  • Jul262016

    Team Spotlight: Dee Dee Fox, Hygienist

    Team Spotlight: Deitra “Dee Dee” Fox, Hygienist, DOC – Kannapolis  Quarterly, we’ll shine the spotlight on a DOC employee. We’ll ask why…

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  • Jun292016

    Dry Mouth: Its Causes and Potential Dental Problems

    DOC’s Dr. Clark Hammock has recently been featured in the Arthritis Services of Charlotte and Mecklenburg County quarterly newsletter.  This is the…

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  • Jun222016

    E-cigs and Oral Health

    The electronic cigarette or e-cig first became available in the U.S. in 2007 and was immediately marketed as a safer…

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  • Apr132016

    Play It Safe for National Facial Protection Month

    According to the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry’s Policy on Prevention of Sports-related Orofacial  Injuries, sports accidents reportedly account for…

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