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How Diabetes and Gum Disease Is A Two-Way Street

Ever get tired of hearing the same spiel at each and every routine dental appointment? You know, the one about flossing regularly and the slew of benefits that come with doing just that? Well, there’s a reason for it. As the American Dental Association...

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Gum Health and your Diet: Eat this Not that

Gum Health and your Diet: Eat this Not that

Most of us know that our diet is a big part of our overall health, but did you know your diet also plays a big part in the health of your gums?  What you eat everyday has an effect on your gums and can help you fight gum disease!  Since there are so many...

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What to do When you Lose a Tooth?

What to do When you Lose a Tooth?

Losing a permanent tooth can be a frightening experience. Don’t worry, though: there are ways to rescue the tooth and increase the chances that it will go back into your mouth. Here’s your quick guide: If you’ve lost or loosened a tooth, don’t wait to get care! When...

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Taking Care of Your Braces and Teeth

Taking Care of Your Braces and Teeth

The moment you get braces, taking care of your teeth takes on new importance. Don’t worry, though! It’s far from impossible. These smart, dentist-approved tips will help you keep your mouth and teeth healthy, braces and all.

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6 Tips for Maintaining a Winning Smile

6 Tips for Maintaining a Winning Smile

We live in the age of selfies, photo sharing, and cameras in every pocket. In a world like this, it’s imperative to be photo-ready at all times, but how do you do it? Here are our top six tips for a winning smile, naturally!

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Why Dental Fads are Bad?

Why Dental Fads are Bad?

How much time do you spend thinking about your teeth? If you’re like most people, the answer is “quite a bit.” With that in mind, you probably won’t be surprised by how many dental fads are out there. After all, almost everyone wants a whiter, stronger, more beautiful...

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Signs you Need a Root Canal

Signs you Need a Root Canal

The root canal: it’s a dental experience nobody wants to have but that’s actually very common. Right now, dentists throughout the U.S. perform about 15 million root canals annually, making them some of the most common dental procedures in the world. Just because root...

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