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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4 Common Drinks That are Worse for Your Teeth Than Soda

Soda or fruit juice —which one is better for your teeth? If you think the answer is juice, you’ll have to think again. Here’s why:

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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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What's the Minimum You Should Be Doing to Protect Your Teeth?

Updated August 19, 2016

How often do you think about your teeth? They get daily use out of us multiple times a day for our entire lives. That is a lot of work! What is the minimum you should be doing to protect your teeth?

Your teeth need regular care in order to stay healthy and make your smile look great. Good dental care includes much more than just brushing twice a day, though. From daily care to twice-yearly checkups, learn the minimum you should be doing to protect your teeth.

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Toothscan Dental Health Technology

Toothscan: A Viable Solution to Revolutionizing Dental Health Technology and Putting Dental Health In Our Own Hands

Imagine this: what if you could manage and track the health of your teeth on a daily basis? What if, instead of waiting until your next dental appointment, you could find out how you're doing right now? Are any cavities forming? Are there any areas that need attention right away? 

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The Definitive Dental Health Guide for Pets

Have you ever tried to open your dog or cat's mouth? Maybe it was to insert a medication or to grab something out of its mouth, like a clump of hair or piece of carpet fiber. How well did that go? 

The thought of brushing our pet's teeth doesn't give us any warm and fuzzy feelings. And most pets are not thrilled to have someone's fingers invading their mouths. It can be a traumatic experience for the both of us.

But our pets still need good dental health, whether they like it or not.

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3D Printing Body Parts and Teeth: What's Next?

For years, 3D printing has been a vital component in orthopedic and prosthetic care. As the technology continues to change, it's becoming a much more viable option for dentists. Learn how 3D printing is changing the landscape of dental care.

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Are people with diabetes at greater risk of dental issues?

When you live with diabetes, elevated blood sugar levels can affect everything from hunger and fatigue to dental health. No matter which type of diabetes you have, this condition can lead to serious dental complications. Find out how diabetes affects your oral health and what you can do about it. 

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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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