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Acid reflux can cause stomach acids to back up into the esophagus and mouth–this can damage enamel and gum tissue. Symptoms of acid reflux include bad breath, cough, and heartburn. Work with your dentist and physician to control your reflux and keep your mouth healthy!
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Bruxism refers to excessive teeth grinding and jaw clenching–often during sleep–which can be caused by stress or a misaligned bite. Chronic bruxism can damage teeth, affect jaw health, and cause pain. Your dentist can identify the signs and recommend the best treatment for you!
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Your baby’s first tooth is a milestone, but that is just the beginning! Learn about the early signs of teething so you can help your toddler and their teeth grow comfortably: http://bit.ly/2HuCF4Q
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Veggies: good for your body, great for your smile! Vegetables are rich in essential nutrients that help keep your oral health in top shape. Eating veggies also promotes saliva production, which is an essential part of a clean, healthy mouth.
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Humans have four different types of teeth, including incisors, canines, premolars, and molars! Each type has a different shape and size, playing different roles in your speech, ability to eat, and overall facial structure.
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An estimated 85% of people have issues with their wisdom teeth that can cause misaligned teeth and pain. Wisdom teeth removal is a safe, common procedure that can resolve these issues. Learn more about wisdom teeth and what you can do if you're in pain!
The Wisdom Behind Wisdom Teeth
The Wisdom Behind Wisdom Teeth
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Crunchy foods like pretzels and chips break apart into tiny pieces when chewing and can easily get stuck in between teeth. If the residual bits of these snacks are left behind, they can feed bacteria and accelerate tooth decay. So make sure to floss after you munch!
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Toothbrush covers and caps might seem like a good idea for protecting your brush from bacteria. However, storing your brush in an airtight container where it can’t dry out can actually promote the growth of mold and bacteria. So, let it breathe!
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Thinking about dentures? Learn about some important factors that can affect denture cost and what options are available to help you find the best solution for your needs!
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Chewing ice may seem harmless, but the truth is it can be quite damaging to teeth. Ice is hard enough to wear down enamel, puncture and damage gum tissue, and even crack teeth! Additionally, by exposing teeth to extreme cold, chewing ice can increase tooth sensitivity.
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