It’s hard to believe that we’ve been blogging for over 10 years now! Yes, our first post went online all the way back in May of 2008 – a simple quote from James H. West to set the tone:

Health is a large word. It embraces not the body only, but the mind and spirit as well…and not today’s pain or pleasure alone, but the whole being and outlook of a man.

One thousand three hundred thirty-two posts later, here we are – with a last look back at where this blog has been in 2018. And what better way to do so than to start with the year-that-was as told through the first sentence of each month’s post?

But with as deep as an archive as we’ve built up over the past 10 years, plenty of folks were looking at older content, too. Our top 10 posts of the year reflect this.

They also reflect the wide range of topics we cover – from dental curiosities to the latest scientific research, and plenty in between:

  1. The Curious Case of the Syphilitic Teeth
  2. Detoxing Your Teeth & Gums?
  3. Tooth Bleaching & Mercury Amalgam Fillings
  4. Problems in the Mouth Can Indeed Mean Problems in the Body
  5. What to Do for Receding Gums
  6. Why Do Dentists Talk When They’re Working on Your Teeth?
  7. A Toothpaste Too Good to Be True?
  8. Accidentally Swallowing a Toothbrush Is “Impossible”? Impossible!
  9. Something Old, New, Borrowed, Blue…Extracted? As a Matter of Fact, Yes!
  10. Dental Implants: Hype vs. Reality

As we move toward our 11th year of blogging, we just want to say thank you for reading and sharing our posts. We appreciate it. If there are topics or issues you’d like us to cover in the months to come, just shoot us an email and let us know!

All of us here at Dr. Verigin’s office hope you enjoy the happiest of holiday seasons and a wonderful start to the new year! We’ll see you back here in January!

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