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Heredity can play a role in the development of gum problems. If you have a family history of periodontal disease, an effective regimen of oral care and routine periodontal care is extra important for optimal oral health.
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It’s important to monitor impacted wisdom teeth - if a cyst or tumor forms, it can damage the jawbone and adjacent teeth.
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You may be surprised to learn the human mouth is home to over 700 different strains of bacteria. Many are harmless or even beneficial, but good oral hygiene is needed to get rid of the ones that cause dental disease.
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The American Dental Association recommends you replace your toothbrush every three to four months, or sooner if the bristles are frayed. Children’s toothbrushes often need replacing more frequently than an adult’s.
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Sugarless gum with the ADA seal of approval does more than just freshen breath. Scientifically shown to boost saliva flow, it can be effective in the remineralization of teeth and the reduction of plaque and gingivitis.
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Read this informative article to learn about gingivitis and what you can to prevent and manage this initial stage of periodontal disease: http://ow.ly/7fAl30hPbJY
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While an electric toothbrush offers several features not present in a manual one, the type of brush you use and its effectiveness depends upon your dental needs and abilities. http://ow.ly/Lt9H30hPbJX
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According to a preliminary study, treating gum disease can help to lower blood pressure. http://ow.ly/GGbx30hPbJW
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With Sinus lift surgery, your periodontist can develop sufficient bone for the placement of dental implants. http://ow.ly/vaWP30hPbJV
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According to a recent study performed on mice, diabetes changes the bacteria in the mouth to produce microbes that are more capable of causing periodontal disease. http://ow.ly/Ahxf30hPbJU
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