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Nathan Mogren DMD
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Summer in Michigan is a great time filled with classic summer snacks like popsicles, s’mores and lemonade. However, many of these tasty treats are bad for your teeth. Here are the perfect alternatives to your favorite summertime snacks.

https://mogrendental.com/summer-snacks-that-are-bad-for-your-teeth-what-to-choose-instead/
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Sometimes after wisdom teeth have been removed “dry socket” can form. These are painful but preventable! Here are a few tips on how to best avoid dry socket after a dental procedure.

https://www.perfectteeth.com/blog/treatments-and-procedures/how-to-prevent-dry-socket/
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If you’ve had a toothache, you’ve probably tried to ignore it for as long as possible assuming it’s a cavity which will cause you pain and expense to get filled. But that’s a dangerous assumption because not all toothaches are caused by cavities.

https://mogrendental.com/have-a-toothache-it-might-not-be-a-cavity/
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Mouthwash seems like an unequivocally good thing. Of course, washing your mouth should make it cleaner, and cleaner is healthier, right? Maybe not...

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With cosmetic dentistry, a dentist can virtually rebuild your smile. But how do you know you are choosing the right cosmetic dentist? Here are a few things to keep in mind during the process.

https://www.gjsentinel.com/sponsored/how-to-series-how-to-choose-a-cosmetic-dentist/article_4ba13650-8518-11e8-8eff-10604b9f1ff4.html
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Regular dental visits support your overall health, and are primarily designed as preventative care measures, but, if something bad happens, or you haven’t been keeping up with healthy oral habits, you may need to see your dentist on an emergency basis.

https://www.perfectteeth.com/blog/dental-tips/how-to-stop-tooth-pain/
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For a child to enjoy a lifetime of good dental health it is important for parents to follow the seven milestones.

http://www.thetomahawk.com/this-that/lifestyle-this-that/7-childhood-dental-milestones-parents-need-know/
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Do you suffer with red gums, or is the roof of your mouth swollen? Did you know that the condition of your mouth can also shine light on other health problems? Some dental conditions, such as bad breath, pale gums and red gums, can be signs of gum disease. Learn how to protect your health today!

https://www.everydayhealth.com/dental-health-pictures/icky-mouth-mysteries-solved.aspx#01
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As the official start of spring arrives, many of us begin to feel the pull to clean. Most of us think about spring cleaning in relation to our house, but spring cleaning shouldn’t just pertain to your house or job, it should also be a part of your oral health care routine. A regular preventive dental care visit typically includes a check-up that consists of x-rays and a cleaning, however, a third of Americans don’t carve out time to see the dentist annually!


It’s hard to know why so many people don’t schedule their regular dentist visits, but there are lots of reasons they should. We’ve put together a list of seven reasons, some more obvious than others, for why preventive dental care matters:

https://www.perfectteeth.com/blog/dental-tips/your-spring-cleaning-should-include-preventive-dental-care/
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Studies continue to tout the health benefits of the polyphenols in wine because they act as antioxidants.

Now, researchers say they have uncovered more benefits of the extracts in red wine. They may, in fact, be good for your teeth.

But before you grab that bottle of burgundy, take a closer look at the science!

https://www.healthline.com/health-news/red-wine-can-help-protect-your-teeth#1
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