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February is the month of love. If you love coffee and your teeth, there some 'tooth friendly' coffee drinks you can order from your local coffee shop:

http://www.deltadentalar.com/blog/hack-how-to-order-healthy-coffee-shop-drinks?sf63450908=1
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According to the systematic review, regular flossing reduces signs of gingivitis (inflammation of the gums).

http://www.colgate.com/en/us/oc/oral-health/conditions/gum-disease/article/ada-02-flossing_vs_gingivitis_review?thumbparam=gum-disease/498150147
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Scaling and Root Planing is a treatment we might recommend to those patients whose gums could benefit from a deep cleaning.

If you're curious about the Scaling and root planing process, here is some more information:

https://health.howstuffworks.com/wellness/oral-care/procedures/root-planing-and-scaling.htm
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Did you know that certain kinds of medications intended to improve our health and sense of wellbeing can actually negatively affect the health of the gums, leading to increased risk of gum disease, gum recession, and a host of other issues?
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Teeth in the back of your mouth are more likely to get cavities than those in the front because your molars (back teeth) have lots of grooves and pits that can collect food particles. So, pay extra attention when brushing and flossing back there!
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Good, regular dental care contributes to overall health. In fact, women who receive regular care cut their risk of Heart Disease by a third! Regular care also means early detection and prevention of dental problems, which cuts your health costs down the line.

Start the new year out right. If you haven't been to the dentist in a year or more, make 2018 the year that changes that! http://smilesbystevensdmd.com/contact-us/
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You should replace your toothbrush every 3 months and also after every episode of flu, cold, or any other viral infection. Bacteria can stay on the toothbrush, thus leading to possible re-infection.

How often are you replacing yours?
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