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Healthy Diet

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A healthy diet is a healthy smile The way we eat, how often and what we eat is essential for our overall health. A healthy body can resist infections and overcome disease and healthy eating habits can ensure your gum and teeth health as well. On the other hand, poor diet can lead to gum disease and tooth decay. Food that cleans If it is true that snacks, sugar and bad eating habits can help ruin your teeth, it is also true that there are foods that can help with […]

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Good Dental Health Can Help Prevent Breast Cancer

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Breast Cancer and Dental Health? Dental and oral health refers to the well-being of the entire mouth, which includes the teeth, gums, mucosa (lining of the mouth) and salivary glands. Cancer or not, many people tend to overlook dental health, but it is a critical component of overall health. Without good oral health, many times the rest of the body can be at risk due to the vast amount of bacteria living in the mouth, which can create problems. Oral health has been linked to a variety of health conditions, […]

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Feb, 2016

Dental Emergencies

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Dental Emergencies – How and What Having a dental emergency is probably one of the scariest things that can happen to a person, not to mention one of the most painful ones. Injuries to the mouth may include teeth that are knocked out (avulsed), forced out of position and loosened (extruded) or fractured. In addition, lips, gums or cheeks are often cut. Oral injuries are often painful and should be treated by a dentist as soon as possible. Immediately. Getting to a dentist within 30 minutes can make the difference […]

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Mouth Cancer Awareness Month

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Mouth Cancer Awareness Month – Be Prepared Mouth cancer, perhaps more so than many other forms of cancer, is highly dependent on early detection. Many cases are discovered at stage 4, where it is just too late. However, if it is caught early, the chances of surviving mouth cancer are nine out of ten – those odds are pretty good, and that’s why early detection is so important. Mouth Cancer Action Month will again promote the message ‘If in doubt, get checked out’ and encourage everybody to pay more attention […]

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Feb, 2016

Bad Breath And Its Cures

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What is Bad Breath?   Millions of bacteria live in the mouth, particularly on the back of the tongue. In many people, they are the primary causes of bad breath. The mouth’s warm, moist conditions are ideal for the growth of these bacteria. Most bad breath is caused by something in the mouth. Bad breath is breath that has an unpleasant odor. It’s also known as halitosis. This odor can occur from time to time, or it can be long lasting, depending on the cause and needs your attention with […]

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Feb, 2016

Flossing

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If You Want to Look Like a Boss, Then You Should Frequently Floss At home, dental care is necessary and flossing is an essential part of dental hygiene, even more than brushing. The main purpose of flossing is to remove food residue between our teeth and prevent plaque formation. The American Dental Association recommends flossing at least once a day as an essential step in getting rid of harmful plaque, the bacteria that can lead to tooth decay and gum disease. Flossing removes plaque from the areas between your teeth, […]

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Feb, 2016

Braces vs Invisalign

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Dental Braces vs Invisalign:   We believe that a beautiful smile can make a person happier and healthier. Keeping your smile, teeth and gums healthy means that sometimes you must straighten your teeth. There are many techniques used by dental professionals and there are two very effective techniques which are great for not only for straightening your teeth but for correcting bite issues as well. There are metal braces and invisalign, both which can be used by adults and children too.   The Characteristics of Braces and Invisalign: Braces consist […]

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Feb, 2016

The Importance of Saliva

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It’s not really a common topic to hear people talking about, but it’s something that is almost alwaysthere, working behind the scenes making your life easier and better. Many people who suffer from achronic dry mouthhave horror stories about how terrible it is to live with little to no saliva. After all, when you start to think about it, much of what we do every day is thanks to our saliva. Speaking, eating, swallowing, and so much more requires adequate saliva to work properly. What is Saliva? Saliva is a mixture that […]

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Did you know, cavities lead to more cavities.

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YOU’RE RETURNING TO WORK after your dental appointment with a numb lip, thanks to a filling! We know it can be annoying. A filling may not be welcome news, but they’re often an important part of your preventative care plan, and much preferable to the alternatives! If you’re ever been tempted to postpone getting a filling, think about this: Decay Leads To More Decay and Pain… Until It’s Stopped  You might not know, you have a decayed tooth, until your dentist appointment. Its like a slow rust in the car, that […]

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Smile Friendly Breakfast Everyday!

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  Fasting all night long leaves the body ready for a healthy breakfast. We might skip breakfast because of a busy schedule or lack of time in the morning, but there are many arguments for fueling up first thing in the morning. Breakfast helps us focus and potentially perform better in school, while helping with weight management. A healthy breakfast also gives us a boost of vitamins and minerals at the beginning of the day. A bad breakfast is not only bad for our teeth, but makes us feel sluggish before we […]

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