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Jay M. Marks, DMD
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Did the Romans Know More Than We Do, asks Danbury CT dentist Jay M. Marks, DMD
  Maybe the tagline here should be, "When in Rome, Do as the Romans", states Danbury dentist Jay M. Marks, DMD . 
We all know the advances the Romans had made back in their day, over
1500 years ago.  Some of their accomplishments were way before their
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US President - Aliens - Dentistry, What Could They Have In Common Asks Danbury CT Dentist Jay M. Marks, DMD
  As you can imagine, the life of the President is highly structured, states Jay M. Marks, DMD .  Being the head of the most powerful country in the world, he has very
little personal time.  All of his time influences events in the world. 
Every movement ...
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Bullets, Phones and Teeth, What Could They Possibly Have in Common, asks Danbury CT dentist Jay M. Marks, DMD
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is a material that is recently discovered, that is the thinnest
compound possible known to mankind,  it is one atom thick. It the
lightest compound ever discovered, claims Danbury CT dentist Jay M. Marks, DMD . 
It is also the strongest compound...
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What Oddity Do Teeth and Hair Have in Common? explains Danbury CT dentist, Jay M. Marks, DMD
What Oddity Do Teeth and Hair Have in Common? explains Danbury CT dentist, Jay M. Marks, DMD Through out time, one or the first things noticed about someone is their smile (teeth), and their locks (hair), explains Dr. Marks.  
Generally, if you lack either...
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Did Obama Really Cancel Dental Insurance, asks Danbury CT dentist Jay M. Marks, DMD
 With
all that is going on in the world, did the President take the
opportunity while everyone is focusing on other things, to enact
cancellation of dental insurance , asks Dr.Marks . Is it possible that this slipped past both houses of Congress?  Is it...
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Star Trek era way to replace your teeth is right around the corner, explains Danbury CT dentist Jay M. Marks, DMD
 you were lucky, as a child, the loss of a tooth was welcomed, thanks to the tooth fairy, states Danbury CT dentist Jay M. Marks, DMD . 
When you grew up, loosing a tooth is the last thing on your list- as
that could affect you chewing your favorite food,...
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Eat Sand to Save Teeth, .........claims Danbury CT dentist Jay M. Marks, DMD
Eat Sand to Save Teeth, .........claims Danbury CT dentist Jay M. Marks, DMD   We all
know the uses of sand.  It can be used in sand bags to save houses from
floods, it can be used in  a timer for cooking your eggs, it can be
used on a flat stick to smoo...
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Fashion trend that is VERY harmful to your mouth, explains Danbury , CT dentist Jay M. Marks, DMD
 
Most everyone who leaves their house, has some concern about their image and fashion, claims Danbury CT dentist Jay M. Marks, DMD.  It doesn't matter if you are a man, or woman, or cool kid.  Fashion is an expression of how we want the world to see us, whether it is true or not.  It is the face we put out there.  For some, it is very important, and they will go out of the box to accomplish their goal.

It started in ancient Maya and Aztec cultures, claims Dr. Marks.  They felt that they were honoring their gods.  This trend carried into European and American cultures in the early 20th century.  Los Angeles was the location in America where this trend took root.  What fashion trend could possibly be such a #health hazard?
                                                                       
#Tongue piercing is the culprit here.  It is a trend, but the metal is strong enough to crack #teeth, and when it is found rubbing the #gums, it can cause recession and other damage which can actually cause the loss of teeth.  We all know that the #mouth is the "dirtiest" part of the body, so the bacterial in the mouth can easily cause sores and other #infections.  As a matter of fact, up to 41% of pierced tongues lead to tooth breakage, and up to 68% lead to gum damage, requiring treatment such as gum surgery or other #periodontal treatments.

So if you are a fashionista , (or even if you are not), for more information, please CONTACT US and you may become fashionable without putting holes into yourself.

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