Has Your Dentist Told You These Crucial Facts About Impacted Wisdom Teeth?

It’s crucial that you know these signs and symptoms of an impacted wisdom tooth. Here you’ll find crucial information and tips for taking care of wisdom teeth.

 

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Borderline Diabetics At Risk for Gum Disease

Researchers have discovered a link between borderline diabetes and gum disease. Learn how pre-diabetics are at a much greater risk for developing gum disease.

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The Rise in Electronic Cigarette Use Leads to More Cause for Concern

Electronic cigarettes are often marketed as healthy alternatives to smoking, but are they actually harmless? Studies have discovered otherwise. Learn more here.

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A Helpful Dental Care Guide for Seniors

In your older adult years, taking care of your oral health is more important than ever. Have you taken these important steps to keep your teeth in shape?

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7 Things You Can Do to Prevent Tooth Decay

Are you sure you’re doing everything you can to prevent cavities? To protect your mouth from tooth decay, here are 7 crucial things you need to do.

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Why Sports Drinks are Destroying Athletes’ Teeth

What’s so bad about drinking Gatorade while you work out? The trend between consuming sports drinks and dental erosion among athletes may surprise you.

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6 Best Travel Products for Oral Health and Teeth Cleaning

Updated August 17, 2016

Do you do a lot of traveling for either work or leisure? Do you have good oral hygiene when you are traveling? What dental accessories do you bring with you when you travel? Good oral hygiene and oral health come from a daily routine in which you brush and floss daily regardless of where you are.

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The Critical Links Between Dental Health & Overall Health

The health of the mouth has been directly linked to the health of the rest of the body. The nature of this link isn't clear, but studies have shown that bacteria, infections, and disease in the mouth can negatively affect overall physical health. This shouldn't come as a surprise. What else can we expect when we figure the bacteria in our mouth is either getting absorbed into our bloodstream or ingested into the stomach whenever we swallow?

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How much sugar is in popular drinks?

You've heard it many times before from your dentist, and maybe your parents: sugary beverages are not good for your teeth. What's even worse than chugging soda quickly when you want one, is slowly sipping on them all day long. There are a lot of reasons why these sugar-loaded drinks are bad for your health, but they also cause a negative impact on your mouth. Here we'll explore some of the worst sodas for your teeth, and why they why they aren't good for you.

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5 Things You Can Do Every Day to Improve Your Oral Health

Updated August 17, 2016

When it comes to your oral health, sometimes it is placed on the back burner for more immediate things that are happening in your life. If this occurs here and there, it is not a big deal. But when you place your oral health on the back burner all the time, you need to be worried!

It may not seem like oral health is important, but it is. We need to take care of our teeth as we have a long life to live and eating is much more challenging without teeth. You also need to be aware of the things you are putting in your mouth such as nicotine filled chew and dip. These substances are just as likely to cause oral cancer as smoking is to cause lung cancer.

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