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Performing a Monthly Oral Cancer Self Check: Receiving an oral cancer diagnosis can be scary, but the prognosis is often much better the earlier the cancer is caught. Because of this, it's important to know the signs and symptoms of oral cancer as well as how to perform an oral cancer self-check every month.
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Gum disease and glaucoma
Gum Disease and Glaucoma
Gum Disease and Glaucoma
deltadentalwa.com
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Are your teeth ageing you?
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Burning Mouth Syndrome: Burning Mouth Syndrome (BMS) is the medical term for a condition that causes the gums, tongue, lips, cheeks, or throat to feel like they're burning. No cause for this condition has been found and, unfortunately, there is not a way to test for it. BMS presents differently in every case and may flare up unexpectedly. Because it's so rare and the symptoms vary from person to person, this condition can be difficult to diagnose and treat.
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5 measures you should take to prevent oral cancer
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The Common Causes of Gum Recession: Gum recession can be a concern for those who are worried about how it may affect the aesthetics of their smile. However, gum recession can be the result of certain bad habits or health conditions. It can also serve as a symptom for much more concerning dental health problems.
The Common Causes of Gum Recession
The Common Causes of Gum Recession
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Is Fluoride Safe?
Is Fluoride Safe?
Is Fluoride Safe?
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Wisdom Teeth and Why They Need to Be Removed:
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What to Do When Teeth Are Sensitive | Colgate® Oral Care http://bit.ly/2CGtbDT
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History of the Toothbrush: Archeologists have recently discovered ancient twigs that have frayed and chewed edges. This has indicated to them that even though they were quite primitive, even our ancient ancestors recognized the need to care for their teeth. http://bit.ly/2DxYCfY
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