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Why You Need Daily Dental Hygiene

Our mouths are portals to our bodies so it makes sense that good oral health leads to good overall health. The importance of daily dental hygiene should not be underestimated. Practiced daily, proper oral hygiene helps to decrease bad breath and prevent plaque and...

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Dental health is primary concern of 50+ generation

A new study among over 500 respondents aged 48 and over has found that dental health is the third most important medical concern among this population. Although 75 percent of the participants rated their dental health care as very important compared with their overall...

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Cheese and cavities

According to a new study published in the May/june 2013 issue of General Dentistry, the peer-reviewed clinical journal of the Academy of General Dentistry, eating cheese and other dairy products might help protect your teeth against cavities. The study involved 68...

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Dental Hygiene and Overall Health

Scientists are discovering more and more about the connections between dental health and the health of our entire body. If our eyes are the windows to our soul, then our mouth is the front door to our body and the teeth may well be the windows to our health, according...

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Some things about Dental Implants

What is Guided Tissue Regeneration? There are several tissue regeneration procedures which can be used to promote the re-growth of bone which has been destroyed. One of the more recent procedures is done with the application of a special gel to a diseased root of a...

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Aging and Dental Health

As you age, it becomes even more important to take good care of your teeth and dental health. One common misconception is that losing your teeth is inevitable. This is not true. If cared for properly, your teeth can last a lifetime. Your mouth changes as you age. The...

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Study casts doubt on effectiveness of chewing gum

New research from South America has questioned the clinical significance of chewing gum as an adjunct for daily oral health care and preventing oral diseases. The study found that daily consumption of sugar-free chewing gum only had a very limited effect on bacteria...

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