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Top do’s and don’ts after a dental filling

One of the most common treatments in dental offices is the filling of a tooth. During routine checkups, dentists check the mouths of patients for cavities. If a cavity is found, the treatment route most commonly taken involves the removal of the decayed pieces of tooth, cleaning the area, and filling the newly cleaned cavity

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The worst kinds of Halloween candy for your teeth

When the topic of Halloween comes up in many dental offices, many patients want to know what candies are “dentist approved,” and what candies are better left uneaten. It is important to remember that your dentist wants you to enjoy the holiday. Candy is not off limits. If you brush and floss twice-a-day, one night

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Simple and Effective Ways to Avoid Bad Breath

In order to function in society, you have to understand what people expect. While it’s not always easy to live up to some peoples’ expectations, you can certainly attain a modicum of approval by attending to hygienic concerns. By bathing frequently and keeping yourself neatly groomed, you’ll make a good impression. Of course, all of

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5 great foods for healthier gums

Gum health is important, and we don’t think about it as often as we should. The assumption is that they’re healthy, so why bother looking? This could prove to be a disastrous mistake, as the health of your gums is tied to your overall health. That got your attention, didn’t it? What are gums exactly?

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How to age-proof your smile

Your smile is the brightest and most noticeable part of your face, at least one would hope. As we get older, our teeth can often yellow, or worse, age to a point where we may no longer want to show them. Even with preventative measures, there may be unavoidable aging factors that can lead to

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Oral Health and School Performance: Is There a Link?

We all know that issues at school can impact a student’s performance. Whether kids are being bullied, they’re having trouble with a teacher, or they can’t seem to grasp the curriculum, their work could suffer as a result. Issues at home could also factor into performance, especially if there isn’t a strong support network for

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Cleaning and Maintaining Dentures: What You Need to Know

Most of us would prefer to keep all of our natural teeth for the duration of our natural lives, but unfortunately, a number of things could happen that make this impossible. Factors like heredity, illness, medication, and lifestyle choices (athletic pursuits, smoking, poor oral hygiene habits, etc.) could all contribute to instances of tooth loss

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Eating With Dentures: What You Need to Know

There’s no getting around the fact that tooth loss can be a traumatic experience, at any age. When you lose one or more teeth, whether you suffer an accident, illness, or injury, or long-term tooth decay is to blame, just for example, you probably just want to find a way to fix the problem, restore

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The Best Foods for Your Smile

All of us want a healthy, beautiful smile. With a healthy support structure in place, our teeth allow us to eat our favorite foods, consume a nutritious and balanced diet, and generally enjoy a functional mouth. A bright, complete smile is also essential for confidence when socializing. It is often the first thing people notice

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Dentures Vs. Dental Implants: Which Ones Should You Choose?

All of us do things to change our appearance, from wearing makeup, to cutting and dying our hair, to more extreme and permanent measures like getting tattoos or cosmetic surgery. However, these are choices we make in order to improve appearance. When things like accident or illness happen that are beyond our control, and appearance

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