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  Sunny Hollow Quarterly
July 2015
Utilize Your Benefits This Year
We’re half way through 2015! Sometimes we don’t realize how quickly a year can fly by. Do you have outstanding dental treatment you’ve been putting off? Now might be the best time to do it while you’re between cleanings and have possibly already met your deductible for the year. We at Sunny Hollow Dental always do our best to help all of our patients make the very best of your insurance and would love to help you figure out what your treatment might cost for you out of pocket. We’re always here to answer any and all questions you might have about your policy, so don’t hesitate to ask, we are here for you!


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No Smoking, Please
Smoking is not only harmful for your breathing and that of others around you, but also effects the health of your mouth as well. is a great program to help Vermonters quit smoking. They offer several options so you can choose which method works best for you, including assistance by phone, online, in person, or simply offering tools to help you do it on your own. There are stories, information and tips to try.

If you’re ready to quit, visit or ask us in the office and we would be more than happy to get you in contact with someone. Think of the future and strive to help Vermont be a smoke-free environment!







As always, we are here for you.

The Moon is Playing Tricks on You

It’s officially Summer! And with the days getting longer and nights getting shorter, have you found yourself falling behind on your sleep? It could actually be due to the full moon! A new study conducted by the journal Current Biology suggests that the human internal clock may possibly be synchronized with our Moon. The study found that people can lose an average of 20 minutes of total sleep time during a Full Moon. Researchers also found that it took about five minutes longer on average for participants to fall asleep around that time as opposed to around the time of the new moon. The big rock also effected deep sleep time, which decreased around 30% on average for participants.

So maybe next time your insomnia sets in, you can take a peek at the night sky to see if maybe you can’t sleep because of the big bright moon!