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A concoction of strawberries and baking soda has been touted as a natural, inexpensive tooth whitening method...but is it actually effective? See what the science behind it shows: http://bit.ly/2HcIp6t
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Save over $100 on teeth whitening! Only one more month to take advantage of this special pricing.

https://wilmingtondentalgroup.com/zoom-whitening-special/
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By medical definition, cavities are actually considered an infectious disease! This is because cavities are caused by bacteria which can be transferred through kissing or sharing food. As always, good oral hygiene is the key to preventing cavities!
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Swimmer’s calculus is a specific type of tartar that can result in stained teeth! Because of its higher pH, pool water can break down proteins in saliva, forming brown deposits on teeth. To avoid this, keep your mouth closed while swimming and rinse frequently with fresh water.
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Love to drink coffee? We’ve got some good news that will make you smile! Learn how coffee can actually be beneficial to your oral health: http://bit.ly/2EG0Udz
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As recently as the late-1900s, dentures were given as a dowry in some cultures, including the British Isles and Canada. It was expected that teeth would eventually rot and fall out. So, brides were given the "gift" of tooth removal and dentures to save money on dental work later.
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Vitamin A helps strengthen teeth because it helps the body make keratin, a protein that’s essential to forming strong, healthy tooth enamel. Foods such as dairy products, fish, carrots, and squash are all excellent sources of vitamin A!
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Tooth loss can present huge risks to your oral health, including bone resorption (bone loss) in the mouth and jaw. Learn about the link between tooth and bone loss and how dental implants could protect you and restore your smile!
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The teeth whitening special is now in effect! Book through May to take advantage of it.

https://wilmingtondentalgroup.com/zoom-whitening-special/
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Scientists measure the force of a bite in psi, or pounds per square inch. Humans usually bite with a force of 150 to 200 psi, while lions, tigers, and hyenas bite with about 1,000 psi. But saltwater crocodiles? They can shut their jaws with a force of 3,700 psi!
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