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TMJ, or temporomandibular joint disorder, is characterized by pain and functional problems in the joints that connect the jaw to the skull. Although causes vary significantly between patients, several common factors have been identified http://www.antoinedental.com/common-causes-and-symptoms-of-tmj.htm
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Men are more prone to oral health problems than women because of several risk factors, increasing the need for awareness about good dental habits in these patients. http://www.antoinedental.com/men-and-importance-of-oral-health.htm
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Chewing tobacco has a wide range of harmful effects on oral health, ranging from cosmetic to life threatening. Here's what you need to know:  http://www.antoinedental.com/how-chewing-tobacco-affects-your-oral-health.htm
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By learning more about the connection between stress and dental health, patients may better understand the need for relaxation in relation to their teeth. http://www.antoinedental.com/how-stress-can-affect-dental-health.htm
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In addition to bad breath, gum disease can result in tooth loss and systemic diseases, including heart disease. http://www.antoinedental.com/gum-disease-and-bad-breath.htm
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A variety of systemic health problems, including heart disease and diabetes, can also show up in the mouth and be spotted by our dentist. http://www.antoinedental.com/health-problems-dentists-can-detect.htm
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Eating disorders affect 20 million women and 10 million men in the United States, and many sufferers experience severe dental effects from these conditions. http://www.antoinedental.com/eating-disorders-and-the-teeth.htm
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Many people enjoy drinking wine, but this habit can have more than one damaging effect on teeth. http://www.antoinedental.com/drinking-wine-and-your-teeth.htm
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