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Teri J Wiley
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Top Excuses for Not Flossing & How to Conquer Them
People have all sorts of excuses for not flossing their teeth. But dentists say there are easy ways to floss that address every excuse. WebMD Feature By Tracy Brown Reviewed By Michael Friedman, DDS When it comes to your health, flossing your teeth is more ...

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The 5-Step Tooth-Plaque Prevention Plan
WebMD Feature By Rachel Reiff Ellis Reviewed By Michael Friedman, DDS Have you ever run your  tongue  along the front of your  teeth  and felt a slimy coating? That “fuzzy-toothed” feeling is the buildup of bacteria. It’s called plaque, and if you let it st...

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Habits That Wreck Your Teeth
Opening Stuff With Your Teeth Teeth are meant for eating, speaking properly, and smiling. Anything else can be unhealthy and this most certainly includes using them as tools. Despite the convenience, opening potato chip bags, bobby pins, or even bottle caps...

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Opening Stuff With Your Teeth Teeth are meant for eating, speaking properly, and smiling. Anything else can be unhealthy and this most certainly includes using them as tools. Despite the convenience, opening potato chip bags, bobby pins, or even bottle caps...

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Gummy Candy Any candy is considered bad for your teeth, but the chewy, sticky kind is particularly harmful. The sticky nature of gummy candy, caramels, or jelly beans allows for them to get stuck in the crevices between or on the teeth and saliva is unable ...

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Tobacco and Dental Health
Tobacco and Dental Health How Does Smoking Lead to Gum Disease? Smoking and other tobacco products can lead to gum disease by affecting the attachment of bone and soft tissue to your teeth. More specifically, it appears that smoking interferes with the norm...

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Habits That Wreck Your Teeth
Cough Drops Although they are meant for medicinal purposes, cough drops have a high sugar content. Sucking on cough drops all day to soothe the throat also bathes your teeth in sugar. Dental plaque (which contains bacteria) increases in the mouth creating a...

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Awards Time...
Emma and Teri went to Centralia High School to present Amanda Rueda  with the first-place award in our essay contest. Congrats Amanda ‪#‎ CCOCWA‬

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A Habit That Can Wreck Your Teeth
Bedtime Bottles Despite being an effective tool to lull your baby to sleep, bottles of milk at bedtime increase the risk of early dental decay in your baby's mouth. Prolonged exposure of the sugar in milk works with mouth bacteria to break down tooth enamel...
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