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In order to ensure your teeth and gums are healthy, you should be visiting your dentist for a routine check-up once every six months. Why do you need to see your dentist regularly though? 1. To Prevent and Treat Cavities The superior cleaning you get at…
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When you have a baby, they have a lot of firsts. From the day they’re born you’ll be wondering when they’ll take their first step, say their first word, and have their first laugh. So many beautiful memories start but don’t forget about the first steps…
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Whether you’re a talker or on the shy side in your personal life, your teeth have a lot to say about your overall health. So when you make your regular dental visit, your doctor can look out for the following conditions that may be affecting your overall…
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Just brushing your teeth isn’t enough. You have to make sure you’re brushing your teeth the right way. “Despite most of us thinking that we’re brushing our teeth correctly or flossing frequently enough, dentist visits are often full of surprises.…
Are You Brushing the Right Way?
Are You Brushing the Right Way?
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Grinding your teeth can have long-lasting effects on your smile. Whether you’re a night grinder or a daytime clencher, bruxism is a serious oral health issue that may result in the following: 6. Structural Issues With Your Teeth As teeth become loosened…
Results of Grinding Your Teeth: Part 2
Results of Grinding Your Teeth: Part 2
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When it comes to your teeth, even when you’re not actually speaking, they can say a lot, particularly about your overall health. So if there’s something off with your smile, here are 14 things that might be affecting your health: 1. A sleep disorder This…
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Bruxism, more commonly referred to as teeth grinding refers to a condition where you consistently grind your teeth or clench your jaw tightly. It typically happens during the night while you are asleep, but in some cases, the individual grinds their teeth…
Results of Grinding Your Teeth: Part 1
Results of Grinding Your Teeth: Part 1
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Researchers have discovered a link between periodontitis, more commonly referred to as long-term gum disease, and the mental deterioration disease, Alzheimer’s. “People with chronic gum inflammation for 10 or more years were 70 percent more likely than…
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Gingivitis can easily lead to the more serious condition of gum disease. One of the best ways to step up and work to prevent gingivitis is by learning what factors put you at greater risk for the condition. So here are the final 7 circumstances that…
Risk Factors for Gingivitis: Part 2
Risk Factors for Gingivitis: Part 2
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Gingivitis is an inflammation of the gums that develops before gum disease. The plaque will begin to build up, your gums will become inflamed, and the gums may bleed when brushing your teeth or flossing. If taken care of, gingivitis does not always result…
Risk Factors for Gingivitis: Part 1
Risk Factors for Gingivitis: Part 1
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