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Category: Oral Health

How Does Smoking Affect Your Teeth?

Posted July 27, 2020

2 Minute Read:  Smoking has negative effects on many aspects of your oral health. The smoke and the nicotine in cigarettes discolors teeth and leads to deep stains and, worse, death. Teeth appear yellow and, for more advanced smokers, even have brown streaks. Cigarettes also cause excess plaque and tartar to form, further discoloring the […]

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How to Take Care of Dental Implants

Posted July 09, 2019

Dental implants are an excellent solution for teeth that are cracked, deteriorated, and unhealthy. They can effectively help an individual achieve a healthy, beautiful smile and prevent future dental issues. Dental implants are designed to function like your natural teeth, and just like your teeth, they are subject to gum disease or “peri-implantitis” (the destructive […]

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Updated Nutrition Labels Will Reveal Added Sugars in 2018

Posted December 06, 2016

Even though sugar is one of the main causes of expanding waistlines and increased dental cavities, it remains one of the most common ingredients in processed food. Even “diet food” like protein bars and sports and “nutrition” drinks can contain more added sugar than the daily allotment suggested by the American Heart Association, which is […]

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The Top 3 Oral Health Problems and How To Prevent Them

Posted October 01, 2016

A recent survey by The Health Policy Institute, a research division of the American Dental Association, found that the top three oral health problems facing Americans today are dry mouth, difficulty biting and chewing, and pain. Dry Mouth Of the 15,000 survey respondents across all states, the top issue was dry mouth (also called xerostomia), […]

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Am I Prone to Cavities?

Posted September 28, 2016

It is common knowledge that brushing your teeth, flossing daily, and maintaining your dental hygiene appointments will help keep cavities at bay. However, many people, despite their best efforts, may actually be more prone to cavities than those who slack on their oral hygiene. Why all the unfairness? The True Cause of Cavities There is […]

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Dental Problems: Why It’s Important to Address Them Immediately

Posted July 22, 2016

A chipped tooth, sore gums, sensitivity, or other types of oral pain and discomfort are no doubt an inconvenience to manage. In hopes of avoiding an extra trip to the dentist, you may think it’s just fine to wait until your next cleaning to get such problems assessed. However, procrastination often makes matters worse, costing […]

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How Often Should I Visit My Dentist?

Posted January 17, 2016

Another year, another dental checkup. The average person is sitting in the dentist’s chair annually. However, what some people may not know is that a yearly cleaning and dental checkup may not be enough. The frequency of dentist visits necessary will differ based upon a person’s habits and health history. Oral Health and Overall Health […]

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Are Bad Teeth Hereditary?

Posted November 12, 2015

“Brush your teeth” and “floss more often” are the two phrases that most people expect to hear when they sit in the dentist’s chair. Yet, while some people have poor oral hygiene habits and rarely get cavities, others take excellent care of their teeth and still get cavities and gum disease. Good oral hygiene care […]

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Oral Health for Overall Health

Posted October 30, 2015

If you’re like most people, you probably think that brushing and flossing are just for keeping those pearly whites healthy and beautiful. However, did you know that your oral health can affect the health of the rest of your body? Your mouth is an entryway into your body, so problems in your mouth can easily […]

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The DOs and DON’Ts for a Hollywood Smile

Posted August 28, 2015

Maintaining a healthy, beautiful smile is mostly about how you care for your teeth. If you want to protect your teeth and maintain a Hollywood-worthy smile, it’s important to do what your dentist tells you. Proper dental care is critical for your teeth’s health, for your body’s health, and even for your social status. Hollywood’s […]

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