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Plaque is Wack - Floss is Boss- Happy Ugly Christmas Sweater Day!
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Flossing Day - 24th Nov, 2017 | Days Of The Year http://ow.ly/hGRE30fqkIE
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Diabetes takes a toll on your entire body, but it can also increase your risk of dental disease and other symptoms that show up in your mouth. In fact, one in five cases of total tooth loss is linked to diabetes.
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Helping others can restore a sense of humanity, not to mention giving you that warm fuzzy glow inside.
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X-Ray Day celebrates his discovery and everything that’s come from it. Dental X-rays are a useful diagnostic tool when helping your dentist detect damage and disease not visible during a regular dental exam. How often X-rays should be taken depends on your present oral health, your age, your risk for disease, and any signs and symptoms of oral disease
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Sweetened beverages have become a treat that many Americans have every day. The truth is that these drinks are not healthy, especially for our dental health and smiles. Everyone has harmful bacteria in their mouths that eat the sugars we consume. The bacteria get energy from the sugar, but in the process produce acid. The acid they make can damage teeth, causing cavities to form or erosion to occur.
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Brushing your teeth is only a part of a complete dental care routine. You should also make sure to:
Clean between teeth daily with floss. Tooth decay-causing bacteria still linger between teeth where toothbrush bristles can’t reach. This helps remove plaque and food particles from between the teeth and under the gum line.
Eat a balanced diet and limit between-meal snacks.
Visit your dentist regularly for professional cleanings and oral exams.
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