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2
Apr

What Causes Gum Disease?

If you are like many people, you don’t mind brushing your teeth the recommended twice a day, but when it comes to flossing, you might skip it, thinking that brushing and rinsing with mouthwash is enough. Unfortunately, it isn’t, and if you don’t take on the full dental hygiene regimen now, including flossing, you could find yourself dealing with gum

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31
Mar

Preserving Your Oral Health with Routine Care

The importance of maintaining the health and cleanliness of your teeth is a current issue that everyone needs to understand.  Supplies promoting oral health care are readily available to you along with educational materials.  It’s not just your parents telling you to preserve your oral health anymore, commercials, media/print ads and health care providers encourage people of all ages to

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20
Mar

Dental Bonding

Dental bonding, in its earliest form, started back in the mid 1950s. Since then, various types of adhesive dentistry have become more and more popular.  The processes for such procedures continue to improve, as do the results. Dental bonding is a fast, easy, and inexpensive way to dramatically improve your smile. Read below to find out if this could be

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15
Mar

Laser Teeth Whitening

People have always been impressed by beautiful, white teeth when someone flashes a smile at them. These days, stunningly white teeth are nearly as important to attractive looks as perfect skin and shiny hair. Considering how so many are obsessed with the shade of a person’s teeth, you have probably tried a variety of products and procedures to make sure

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8
Mar

Gum Shaping: A Way to Make the Most of Your Smile

Some people suffer from what dentists call a “gummy smile.” While this is not a technical term, it adequately describes one condition addressed by gum shaping. This dental procedure is performed on those whose teeth, usually those in the front, are disproportionate to their gums. Individuals with gums that come too high up on their teeth may be self-conscious about

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14
Feb

How Common Is Sleep Apnea?

Sleep apnea is a sleeping disorder in which a person’s soft palate and airway can collapse while they are asleep and cause them to stop breathing. It has a detrimental effect on more than just a good night’s sleep. Sleep apnea can lead to a number of medical conditions that can persist during the daytime, even when you’re breathing normally. Aside

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10
Feb

Quick Fixes for Sleep Apnea

Sleep apnea is a very common sleep disorder among adults but rare among children. When a person suffers from sleep apnea, their airway can become constricted or collapsed during sleep, causing the person to actually stop breathing. When this happens, a sufferer will wake himself or herself up just long enough to re-open their airway and restore the flow of oxygen.

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29
Jan

Which Toothpastes are Best For Preventative Care?

Toothpaste, when used in conjunction with a toothbrush and flossing, is an essential part of any daily oral hygiene routine. You’re likely to see lots of different types of toothpastes on the shelf. Choosing the right brand to use can be confusing. Which kind of toothpaste is right for you?

23
Jan

Are All Mouthwashes the Same?

A mouthwash or rinse, can be a helpful part of your oral hygiene routine. Some can help you fight off the accumulation of plaque and other bacteria inside your mouth. Mouthwashes are not meant to replace brushing or flossing, but to be used in addition to help keep your mouth cleaner. The American Dental Association does not specifically recommend the

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14
Jan

Excessive Drinking Can Harm Your Oral Health

Every time you eat or drink, you create an environment in your mouth that is favorable to oral bacteria. If not held in check by regular brushing, flossing, and dentist office visits, such bacteria can lead to tooth decay. Different foods can have different effects on your teeth. The leading cause of tooth decay comes from sugary, i.e., carbonated soft

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