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How to Keep Teeth Looking White

A gleaming white smile can be a real confidence booster and one way to get a bright white smile is through cosmetic bleaching of the teeth. Cosmetic bleaching is a great way to bring up the whiteness levels of your teeth, but depending on your daily habits, over time...

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Healthy Habits for Adults under 40

Brushing Brushing your teeth is the cornerstone of any good oral hygiene routine. To keep your teeth and gums healthy, always be sure to brush your teeth twice a day with a soft-bristled brush. The size and shape of your brush should fit your mouth allowing you to...

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Healthy Habits for Preagnant Women

Being pregnant comes with many responsibilities—and oral hygiene is no exception. For most women, routine dental visits are safe during pregnancy, but let your dental office know what month you are in when you make your appointment. If yours is a high-risk pregnancy...

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Maintenance of dental implants for the Hygienist

Implant dentistry has become more and more prominent in our everyday practice as patients are keen to have implant-borne prostheses than a conventional bridge work or removable dentures. One of the most important factors for long term success of dental implants is the...

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Protecting Your Healthy Smile while Wearing Braces

Oral care throughout orthodontic treatment Orthodontic treatment is an important investment in your future. Everyone helping with your orthodontic care wants you to have the best results possible. While you are wearing braces, it is essential that you take care of...

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Eat Right and Don’t Forget Your Oral Health!

Oral health is important. Without a healthy mouth, our body cannot be healthy. Digestion is more difficult without healthy teeth and gums. When it is uncomfortable to chew, it is often a result of eating numerous sugary foods. Try to avoid certain foods, and the mouth...

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Regular aspirin intake may reduce oral cancer risk

The findings of a new study suggest that regular use of aspirin could cut head and neck cancer risk by almost a quarter. The researchers found that people who consumed aspirin on a daily or weekly basis were less likely to develop the disease, which affects about...

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Has Osteoporosis Affected My Dental Health?

By: Dr. JoAnn Manson Q: I am 46 and have osteoporosis. In the last four years, I have had major dental issues, including lost teeth and gum tissue. Could this be caused by the osteoporosis? If so, what can I do or take to help with this? Janet, California Answer:...

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