William T. McMaugh, DDS
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“I love my job most when I help patients realize that they can receive the treatment they need without fear or discomfort.” - Dr. McMaugh

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Don't Conceal Bad Breath – Get Rid of It!

Bad breath | Souderton PA dentist

Bad breath is embarrassing for everyone!

If you're the one that has it, people may shy away from you. It's also uncomfortable to tell someone they have bad breath, or halitosis.

In many cases, mouthwash isn't enough to eliminate your bad breath. The good news is that your dentist in Harleysville has some additional solutions for you.

Brush Your Tongue

Take a minute to brush your tongue whenever you brush your teeth. Bacteria can often hide in your tongue, and a quick brush can eliminate the bad breath they can cause. It doesn't add extra time to your routine, and it could be the cure for your halitosis.

Drink More Water

Many of the caffeinated ...

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3 Tips to Keep Up with Oral Care When You Are Sick

Oral Care when Sick | Harleysville PA

According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), flu season peaks between December and March but can hang around until May.

We hope you have made it this far without getting sick! But if you are currently suffering with a bad cold or flu, it’s important not to neglect your oral health care. 

Harleysville, PA dentist Dr. William McMaugh would like to share a few simple things you can do to keep up with your oral health care while you are ill: 

  1. Keep up with Your Oral Hygiene – We know that when you’re sick, the last thing you want to do is get out of bed to brush and floss. But ...

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Dear Friends, Due to Covid-19, we have made a lot of changes to the office. We have put in new negative pressure rooms with HEPA filters to keep us all safer as well as many other protocols. We are also slowly catching up on our hygiene appointments. Having just opened up for hygiene the beginning of July, and new protocols, it will take us a while, though. Thank you for your patience during these trying times.
Please stay safe and call us if you have any dental issues or questions.  Take care.

William T McMaugh DDS and staff.