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3 Ways Stress Affects Your Oral Health

Stress is something we always have to deal with, but it seems to be worse at certain times of the year. For some, the hustle and bustle of the holidays is too much to take, but for many of us, it’s the month of April that is stress central. The pressures of tax season, final exams, and finding a job can really put an individual through an emotional wringer this time of year. But what many people don’t consider is how that stress impacts their oral health. All that time spent worrying and stressing out can manifest in several painful and even potentially serious oral health conditions. Here are some of the dental problems to watch out for when you’re feeling under pressure.

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January 15, 2021 

Dear patients, 

Ellicott Mills Dental is thrilled to announce that following a potential exposure last week, our entire staff has been tested and is Covid free. Although we felt the risk to our patients was low, we chose to be as cautious as possible to avoid any risk to you and our staff. While closed, the office was thoroughly cleaned and sanitized.

We will reopen on Monday, January 18, 2021 to continue providing you with safe, high-quality dental care. We hope that you remain vigilant, practice self-care, and stay healthy during these trying times!

Best wishes,

Dr. Kimberly Ford, Dr. Steven Becker, and the staff of Ellicott Mills Dental

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