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Floss Your Way To Better Health

Floss Your Way To Better Health

Many people put off going to the dentist simply because they know their dentist will ask whether or not they have been flossing daily. Believe it or not, you can try to fib your way out of it, but as soon as you open your mouth your dentist will know they true answer. Flossing is the most neglected oral care habit worldwide.

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Your Child's Smile Needs Protection

Your Child's Smile Needs Protection

Millions of youth participating in sporting activities each year across the United States. Many families make sports a huge priority in their lives, both for the fun it brings and for the skills that sports build.

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How Diabetes Affects Your Gum Health

How Diabetes Affects Your Gum Health

Did you know that diabetes and gum disease are connected? Some studies suggest that each condition can make the other worse. Diabetes is a disease that causes elevated blood sugar (glucose), a dangerous condition.

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Are Fluoride Treatments Right For You?

Are Fluoride Treatments Right For You?

Some people wonder if fluoride treatments are right for them. Do you? As part of a good oral health regimen, the American Dental Association advises that everyone have dental checkups and cleanings two times per year.

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Make Dental Visits A Priority

Make Dental Visits A Priority

Certain things pop up on everyone’s list of priorities: food, water, sleep, and paying bills on time. There are other things that are also quite important, yet many people never think to put them on a list of priorities: exercising regularly, leaving the stress of work at work, and keeping dental visits.

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Pregnancy Gingivitis

Pregnancy Gingivitis

During pregnancy, an expectant mother experiences much more than just a growing anticipation to meet her new baby. Along with an expanding abdomen, the entire body is going through significant changes to grow a baby and to prepare for delivery.

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Gum Recession

Gum Recession

The gum tissues within the mouth are vital to your oral health. Gum recession is a serious dental concern, and it can be linked to all of the above. Healthy gums are necessary for stabilizing the teeth in the jaw bone and for protecting the roots and nerve fibers of the teeth. Each tooth is an individual living feature with its own lifeline.

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Develop a Good Dental Routine

Develop a Good Dental Routine

If you want to lose weight, you develop a plan to exercise more and eat a healthy diet. If you want to get out of debt, you develop a budget to limit your spending and help you save money. Well, chances are you want to have a healthy smile – but what are you intentionally doing to make it happen?

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Smoking: A Real Drag on Your Oral Health

Smoking: A Real Drag on Your Oral Health

Tobacco has been used as a drug for centuries, causing serious addictions and ill side effects. Numerous studies have proven that tobacco is a dangerous drug that causes significant damage to a person’s health, yet millions of people choose to light up cigarettes and cigars or put a wad of tobacco into their mouths each day.

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Does Chewing Gum Prevent Cavities?

Does Chewing Gum Prevent Cavities?

There are many types of habits that people pick up during their lifetimes, some of which are helpful and others of which are not. Chewing gum has been a habit that Americans have enjoyed for more than 100 years.

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