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Tips For Better Dental Care

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When you’re trying to maintain your pearly white smile there are a few things that you may or may not be doing to make sure the bright white doesn’t fade to yellow or become pocked with cavities. There are the obvious things like brushing daily, having routine cleanings with your dentist, refraining from smoking, and limiting sugar intake—but, there are …

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Coffee and Donuts and Cavities—Oh My!

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You’re sitting at the table, sipping on a delicious cup of coffee, reading the newspaper, and casually nibbling at a glazed donut. Are you also destroying your teeth irrevocably? The short answer is probably not. While you may be bathing your teeth in sugar and acids, hopefully, you aren’t going to be leaving it there all day. Try to brush …

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Cavities, the Enemy of Oral Health

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  Brushing your teeth is something that you do every day. If it isn’t, it should be! It’s something that, hopefully, you don’t think twice about. But, the importance of brushing your teeth cannot be overstated—it’s one of our most important tactics in the war against cavities and tooth decay. Cavities are the enemy, they are painful, they are annoying, …

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Oral Cancer Prevention, Detection, and Treatment

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  Cancer is something that we all are aware of in some capacity. We know the dangers that it poses, at least to some degree. We’ve seen ribbons and wristbands raising awareness of its many forms, but many of us haven’t given a thought to the real possibility of cancer having an impact on our life if it hasn’t already. …

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Sensitive Teeth Aren’t Any Fun

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Sensitivity to cold foods is fairly common. If you’re nervous to take a bite of that ice cream cone, you’re not alone—over half of all Americans suffer from tooth sensitivity. Over sensitivity to warm or cold foods is very often a side effect of dentin hypersensitivity. When the enamel on our teeth is eroded, or when our gums recess, the …