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Cleaning and Maintaining Dental Implants

June 26, 2019

A dental implant makes it possible to replace lost teeth entirely. Titanium screws replace the roots of the teeth and they are capped with prosthetic teeth that look and work like the natural thing. Dental implants are made to last for a lifetime, but how long they last, in reality, depends on how well they …

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Interesting Facts About Fluoride Treatments

June 18, 2019

There are a number of natural minerals that are beneficial to the teeth. Calcium strengthens the enamel, phosphorus helps rebuild the enamel, and vitamin A keeps the gum healthy. However, none of these are as effective (or as important) to the teeth like fluoride. Here are some interesting facts about fluoride and fluoride treatments: Fluoride …

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How Common Drinks Affect Dental Wellbeing

May 22, 2019

What you eat/drink have a direct impact on your teeth, gums, and the mouth in general. Sadly, most people never realize how much their daily habits affect their oral health until they are suffering from gum disease or tooth decay. To avoid a similar fate, take note of the following: Steer Clear of Carbonated Drinks …

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5 Things You Need to Know About Bad Breath

May 18, 2019

Bad breath, also referred to as halitosis, is a source of constant embarrassment and anxiety to everyone suffering from it. Learn more about halitosis, its causes and how to get rid of it below: Bad breath is more common than you think; 1 in 4 people worldwide suffer from bad breath. After tooth decay and …

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The Different Types of Dental Fillings

April 23, 2019

If you have a chipped, broken, or worn-down tooth, you can use dental fillings to repair the tooth and replace the missing portion. People who have had a root canal procedure can also use fillings to “fill” the cavity before. Here are the major types of dental fillings and how they differ from each other: …

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5 Signs That You Have Gum Disease

April 23, 2019

According to a CDC study, nearly half of the American adult population has gum disease. As a result, there is a 50-50 chance that as you are reading this, you are also suffering from gingivitis without knowing it. If you notice any of the following, then you need to visit the dentist before you start …

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Visiting the Dentist on a Tight Schedule

March 27, 2019

When your schedule at work gets hectic and the responsibilities at home start to pile up, it becomes difficult to find time for a dental visit. Whatever free time you have is either used to relax or catch up with friends. Rather than put your oral care aside, however, here are some tips on how …

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Mouth Ulcers: Causes and Prevention

March 27, 2019

Have you ever winced from pain while eating something spicy? Perhaps you had bitten your inner cheeks/tongue in error or you scrubbed too hard while brushing in the morning. These things happen so often we hardly realize there’s a name for them: mouth ulcers (also known as canker sores). Mouth ulcers happen when there is …

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How to Prevent Gum Disease

February 25, 2019

Gum disease happens as a result of plaque buildup between the gums and the teeth. The plaque carries bacteria and when allowed to fester in the mouth, it causes gingivitis (inflammation of the gums). If gingivitis is left untreated, it may lead to periodontitis and advanced periodontitis (gum recession and tooth loss). Preventive measures The …

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Dental Tips for Pregnant Women

February 15, 2019

During pregnancy, the body goes through a lot of changes and it is important to take the necessary steps to remain healthy. Here are some tips to help expecting mothers stay dentally healthy: Increase your calcium intake The food you eat while pregnant affects you (and your baby’s) dental well-being. The more calcium you take, …

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