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Dr Glen's Happy Teeth
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Did you know #potato #chips are filled with starch, which tends to get trapped in your #teeth?
If you choose to indulge in snacks like these, make sure to take extra care while you #floss to remove all the food particles that can lead to plaque build-up.
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Dry mouth or xerostomia is a result of reduced or absent saliva flow.
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Recovering from the flu is hard enough, don't let viruses linger on in your toothbrush! Change it out after being ill!
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Sports-related injuries account for approximately 5 million missing teeth per year. Make sure you wear a mouthguard if you or your little ones are athletes.
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Gum? bacteria could increase the risk of clots and heart attack but regular ?#?dental? checkups can rectify any serious harm to your health..
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Tip to keep your baby tooth healthy. A recent study shows that babies for breast feed more regularly are at a lower risk of getting tooth decay or misaligned tooth when they grow up. Breast milk contains lactoferrin, a component that actually kills strep mutants (the bacteria that causes tooth decay).
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Did you know?
Our cavity (mouth) is covered with a thin layer of skin called mucosa which is different from the skin of our other body part. If it changes its color and thickness it may be the indicator of oral cancer. Visit for Oral Cancer Screening at our dental office.
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Arrive & Smile together at your kids’ next appointment.
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Follow us on Snapchat by taking a picture of our barcode through your snap! @drghappyteeth
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Fillings are used to repair a hole in a tooth caused by decay. The most common type of filling is an amalgam, made from a mixture of metals including mercury, silver, tin, copper, and zinc. Your dentist will offer the most appropriate type of filling according to your clinical needs. This includes white fillings, if appropriate.
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