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How Your Mental Health Can Affect Your Oral Health

How Your Mental Health Can Affect Your Oral Health

In spite of the amount we hear about it in news and media, mental health is one of the most neglected areas of medical science. Access to affordable, comprehensive treatment that produces results is notoriously difficult to get. Patients suffering from oral health...

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Experiencing Pregnancy And Keeping Your Teeth Healthy

Experiencing Pregnancy And Keeping Your Teeth Healthy

Of all the changes mothers undergo during their pregnancy, one of the least considered is related to dental health. With everything you have to think about with your impending delivery date, it may have skipped your mind that your oral health may need extra attention....

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Health Benefits of Cosmetic Dentistry

Health Benefits of Cosmetic Dentistry

Cosmetic dentistry often presents itself as a form of dentistry all about aesthetics. While the term cosmetic usually implies that concept, cosmetic dentistry is still a form of dental care that focuses on improving a person’s oral health. Aesthetics play a...

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The Many Benefits of Composite Resin

The Many Benefits of Composite Resin

There are many different types of dental materials that your dentist can use to fabricate dental restorations. One commonly used material is known as composite resin. Composite resin is commonly used to fabricate direct restorations, which are those that can be...

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Soft Drinks and Your Teeth

Soft Drinks and Your Teeth

When it comes to your overall health, many people understand the importance of eating certain healthy foods and avoiding foods that are high in salt, sugar, or fat. However, not as many people realize that what they drink can also have an impact on their health,...

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Common Flossing Mistakes

Common Flossing Mistakes

When it comes to keeping your teeth and gums healthy, having a good daily dental routine is paramount. This routine should consist of brushing twice a day and flossing once a day. This is because brushing your teeth cleans about 60% of your tooth surfaces, while...

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Dental Problems Besides Tooth Decay and Gum Disease

Dental Problems Besides Tooth Decay and Gum Disease

During your dental appointment, it is very likely that you have heard your dentist speak about tooth decay and gum disease. Even if you haven’t, you are probably familiar with what a cavity is and know enough about them to realize they are not good for your teeth....

read more
The Most Common Toothbrushing Mistakes

The Most Common Toothbrushing Mistakes

Brushing your teeth is one of the most important dental habits. When done correctly, it can keep your teeth healthy and free from cavities. Even when done incorrectly, it is still somewhat beneficial to your oral health. However, there are certain mistakes that you...

read more
The Worst Oral Habits

The Worst Oral Habits

Habits. We all have them. Habits are a routine behavior one does, sometimes without even realizing it. When it comes to your oral health, some habits can be beneficial. For example, brushing twice a day and flossing daily. However, some habits can also be detrimental...

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The Role of Vitamin D in Preventing Periodontal Disease Development

We’re raised being told that Vitamin D is essential to building and maintaining healthy bones and teeth. As we get older, we hear about the important role it plays in holding off osteoporosis and keeping us active long into our golden years. Did you know that Vitamin...

How Your Mental Health Can Affect Your Oral Health

In spite of the amount we hear about it in news and media, mental health is one of the most neglected areas of medical science. Access to affordable, comprehensive treatment that produces results is notoriously difficult to get. Patients suffering from oral health...

Experiencing Pregnancy And Keeping Your Teeth Healthy

Of all the changes mothers undergo during their pregnancy, one of the least considered is related to dental health. With everything you have to think about with your impending delivery date, it may have skipped your mind that your oral health may need extra attention....

Health Benefits of Cosmetic Dentistry

Cosmetic dentistry often presents itself as a form of dentistry all about aesthetics. While the term cosmetic usually implies that concept, cosmetic dentistry is still a form of dental care that focuses on improving a person’s oral health. Aesthetics play a...

The Many Benefits of Composite Resin

There are many different types of dental materials that your dentist can use to fabricate dental restorations. One commonly used material is known as composite resin. Composite resin is commonly used to fabricate direct restorations, which are those that can be...

Soft Drinks and Your Teeth

When it comes to your overall health, many people understand the importance of eating certain healthy foods and avoiding foods that are high in salt, sugar, or fat. However, not as many people realize that what they drink can also have an impact on their health,...

Common Flossing Mistakes

When it comes to keeping your teeth and gums healthy, having a good daily dental routine is paramount. This routine should consist of brushing twice a day and flossing once a day. This is because brushing your teeth cleans about 60% of your tooth surfaces, while...

Dental Problems Besides Tooth Decay and Gum Disease

During your dental appointment, it is very likely that you have heard your dentist speak about tooth decay and gum disease. Even if you haven’t, you are probably familiar with what a cavity is and know enough about them to realize they are not good for your teeth....

The Most Common Toothbrushing Mistakes

Brushing your teeth is one of the most important dental habits. When done correctly, it can keep your teeth healthy and free from cavities. Even when done incorrectly, it is still somewhat beneficial to your oral health. However, there are certain mistakes that you...

The Worst Oral Habits

Habits. We all have them. Habits are a routine behavior one does, sometimes without even realizing it. When it comes to your oral health, some habits can be beneficial. For example, brushing twice a day and flossing daily. However, some habits can also be detrimental...

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