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Preventing Tooth Decay: How to Stop Tooth Decay

How to prevent tooth decay. Everyone knows maintaining good oral health is a normal part of taking care of ourselves, but with so many of us living busy and somewhat hectic lives, this is often easier said than done. Even preventing tooth decay can seem like a challenging, daunting endeavor. The good news is with a little hard work

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How to Treat Periodontitis and Improve Gum Health

Help treat Periodontitis with these tips. Periodontitis. Periodontal disease. Gum disease. No matter what you want to call it, this is one of the worst oral health problems you can experience. When left untreated, this type of disease can lead to severe tooth decay, tooth loss, bleeding gums, a receding gum line, and other dental problems. The good news

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Dental Health Tips: How Dental Health Can Prevent COVID-19 Symptoms

Possible Connections Between COVID-19 and Dental Health As you’re probably aware, COVID-19 symptoms run far and wide throughout the population. The American Dental Association (ADA) and other organizations have been keeping a close watch on any mouth or tongue issues that coronavirus patients have experienced. Some research has determined that people suffering from severe gum disease could

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Celebrate National Dentist’s Day this March!

National Dentist’s Day Is March 6th!  In just a few short days – March 6th to be exact – the country will once again celebrate National Dentist’s Day! This well-deserved day allows us to honor and respect the hard-working men and women who help us keep our teeth, gums, and bodies healthy. If you haven’t thanked your local

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How Long Should You Brush Your Teeth?

Learning How to Ensure Proper Dental Care Brushing your teeth is one of the most important daily rituals for every man, woman, and child. If you don’t take proper care of your teeth and gums, in fact, this can lead to severe dental problems and other dangerous ailments. One question that dentists are often asked

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How Dental Health Affects Overall Health

Dental services aren’t limited to discussions of tooth decay, gum disease, and other dental issues. In addition to potential problems with your teeth and gums, they also focus on other aspects of living a healthy lifestyle that all work in conjunction to keep not only your dental health going strong but your entire well-being. Many

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Best Dental Hygiene Gifts to Give this Holiday Season!

Dental Hygiene gifts for the holidays! Even though people have been primarily focused on health concerns brought on by COVID-19, it’s important to remember that dental health is always an important issue. Given the fact that visits to your dental office may not have happened with the same regularity this year due to closures and

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How to Treat a Chipped Tooth Safely

How to treat a chipped tooth before seeing a dentist. Maintaining your dental health requires both dedication and effort. You need to take important steps such as brushing and flossing every day, eating the right foods, visiting a dental office for a cleaning and checkup at least twice a year, and avoiding harmful activities such

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Nutrition and Dental Health: How are the Two Linked?

Nutrition and dental health are links in more ways than you may imagine. Whenever people start discussing how to maintain healthy teeth, much of it focuses on brushing twice daily, flossing at least once per day, and visiting your dentist every 6 months. Another big factor that you must remember is that nutrition and dental

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Is Teeth Whitening Safe or Should You Avoid It Altogether?

How safe is teeth whitening? No one wants to have discolored teeth, but the simple truth is that it’s a very common problem that can lead to embarrassment and lack of confidence. When you notice your teeth have become discolored, the best course of action is to visit your dental office for a professional tooth

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