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Dental implants are the most advanced solution for missing teeth. Talk to Boger Family Dental today about reestablishing a beautiful, complete smile that looks and feels completely natural! | bogerfamilydental.com
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While the standard numbers for teeth are 20 baby teeth and 32 adult teeth, between 1% and 4% of the population will develop extra teeth. This condition is known as hyperdontia. | bogerfamilydental.com
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Did you know that temporomandibular joint disorders are the most common cause of chronic face and jaw pain? In the US alone, over 10 million people are estimated to be affected by TMJ problems. | bogerfamilydental.com
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Want to join the No Cavities Club? Ask Boger Family Dental for tips on how to be a Super Toothbrusher! | bogerfamilydental.com
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According to the ADA, these are the top 9 foods that damage teeth: | bogerfamilydental.com https://www.mouthhealthy.org/en/nutrition/food-tips/9-foods-that-damage-your-teeth
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According to the World Health Organization more than 529,000 people globally are diagnosed with oral cancer each year. Here’s what you need to know about the signs, symptoms and risk for the disease: https://preventcancer.org/learn/preventable-cancers/oral/
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Researchers have found that the soft "pulp" in the center of your teeth contains a small population of stem cells, which may offer scientists a new way to grow human tissues for therapeutic or research purposes. | bogerfamilydental.com
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Here are 5 important ways to care for your oral health when your sick with a cold or the flu:
https://www.mouthhealthy.org/en/az-topics/c/cold-and-flu-season?source=promospots&content=topstories&medium=cold_flu
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