Category Archives: dental-health

The Ins & Outs of Preventative Dental Care

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Prevention is the best medicine. An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. You’ve heard the cliches before, and they’re repeated often for a reason. Preventative care is crucial for everyone to follow — especially when it involves dental health. It’s simple to practice and has numerous...

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Enjoy Treats Without the Tricks: How to Prevent Cavities This Halloween

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Halloween is quickly approaching, and the signs are everywhere you look. Pumpkins and spooky decorations adorn porches in every neighborhood, candy and costumes sit on display in every store, and kids everywhere are looking forward to trick-or-treating as their favorite monster or movie...

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4 Tips for Reducing the Risk of Gum Disease

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Nearly half of American adults have gum disease, and the condition causes more problems than swelling, bleeding, and bad breath. It also has links to heart disease. Fortunately, there are many ways you can combat it. Prevention starts with establishing a strong dental care routine: brushing and...

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Exploring the Connection Between Gum & Heart Health

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Dental health affects more than just appearance. While dentists encourage patients to brush and floss their teeth to achieve bright, white smiles, these daily habits have far-reaching effects on the body. Most notably, keeping teeth and gums clean could potentially go a long way toward...

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