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The juice trap: 5 healthy foods that are ruining your teeth

2015-06-30 19:02

As more people make an effort to eat healthier, they are making juice diets, nuts and supplements more popular. However, did you know that some of these healthy favorites can be dangerous for your teeth? Many foods that contribute to overall health can turn into dental nightmares. The following five popular healthy items can harm your teeth.

1. Juice

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Common dental procedures essential for oral health

2015-06-25 18:19

Oral health affects your overall wellness and has been linked to several medical conditions. It is important to understand common dental procedures and how they affect your general health. Education is a powerful tool that helps patients reduce their fear and anxiety.

Fillings and repairs

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Foods to Eat for a Happy, Healthy Mouth

2014-09-24 07:00
Happy Healthy Mouth Food

Mouth health is one of the first things a person notices about another. Bad breath, stained teeth, and visible cavities can all make or break a mouth’s first impression on a new friend. And after a long day of work or a busy day running errands, it’s easy for the condition of your mouth to deteriorate to “dumpster” status.

Fortunately for you, and for whomever finds themselves in close proximity to your chompers, there are several food selections you can make to ensure your mouth stays clean enough to prevent bad bre

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Look For This Ingredient In a Mouthwash and Avoid Oral Cancer

2014-05-13 15:58
Mouthwash and oral cancer risk

Some types of mouthwashes are directly linked to oral cancer. Yet, this dentist talks about the benefits of using a mouthwash verse a toothbrush, but also makes two strong recommendations to follow. There is a particular single ingredients he wants you to avoid at any cost when using a mouthwash.

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Anti-Aging Dentistry: Instead of Botox Treat Oral Issues

2014-05-06 13:48
Anti-aging dentistry

People have been searching for the Fountain of Youth for centuries, and we’ve settled on plastic surgeries, fillers, Botox and other temporary solutions for our facial looks, instead of treating the actual cause of the signs of aging. Hollow cheeks, sagging jaw lines, wrinkles around the lips and other facial issues that make us look old, are actually an oral health issue - and one that can be fixed.

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Study of Medieval dental plaque surprises researchers: What they found

2014-02-24 18:17
Periodontal disease bacteria same today as in Medieval times.

University of Oklahoma researchers along with an international team of scientists have discovered periodontal disease causing bacteria is much the same today as it was in Medieval times. The finding raises questions about what causes periodontal disease in the first place, given modern day dental and hygiene practices.

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