Category: Dental Care

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If You Are A Senior, Here Are Some Dental Care Tips For You

March 15, 2021

As you grow older, your teeth don’t grow stronger with you. Instead, they remain as it and later get weakened, worn, and damaged. Hence proper dental care is essential for seniors. If you are a senior, you must practice proper oral hygiene and seek appropriate dental treatment when required to keep enjoying your teeth. Why …

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What Role Does Genetic Play in Having Bad Teeth?

March 15, 2020

We may often wonder what contributes to people’s height, weight, and long hair. The answer is quite simple that all these factors are totally a result of genetics. But has anybody ever thought about the main contributing factor in having strong or bad teeth? Are bad teeth genetic? Let’s explore this today. According to the …

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How to Get Rid of Bruise on Gums

February 29, 2020

Our gums are sensitive, and what’s worse is that we mostly neglect them because of which we often tend to bruise our gums. Bruises on gums are for real and vary in color. They can be purple, dark red, black or brown. Sometimes the bruises can have minor bleeding too. Many reasons can cause the …

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Dental Signs That Need Immediate Attention

January 30, 2020

Severe pain in teeth or gums may force a person to visit a doctor. However, it is advisable to visit a dentist for a regular check-up every six months even when there are no signs of pain. Doing so helps to avoid any dental signs a person may have. However, for a person who does …

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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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Your Teeth And Sports

August 15, 2017

As the beginning of the school year approaches, there’s a lot more things to think about than just school. One of those things is sports — whether your child plays for a school team, for a club team, in gym class, or just for fun, it’s important to start thinking about protecting your health while …

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What Smoking Does To Your Mouth

July 27, 2017

We all know smoking is bad for you, and in a number of ways, from cancer to simply depleted energy. But do you really know the effects smoking can have on your dental hygiene in particular? Here are just a few. Yellowing stains Smoking is well known for the yellowing effect it has on teeth. …

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Summer Smiles

June 22, 2017

It’s summer, and in our Texas heat, some of the best ways to cool down are with frozen treats. Summertime is known as the season of fruit, popsicles, candy, ice cream, soda, and many other fun foods that can actually seriously harm your child’s teeth. While it’s easy to forget about oral health, especially on …

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Electric vs. Manual

April 26, 2017

Dental tools like toothbrushes, floss, and other teeth cleaning gadgets make up a multi billion dollar industry. There are so many different oral health care tools on the market that it can sometimes be overwhelming when trying to pick the best option for your mouth. Some are electronic, many are not, and it is often …

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The Importance of Filling

April 18, 2017

We try to brush and floss regularly, and to avoid sugary between-meal snacks… but sometimes we just can’t seem to avoid tooth decay. According to a branch of the National Institutes of Health, tooth decay is the #1 chronic disease of children and adults in America. If you haven’t had one cavity by the age …

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