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Sugar: Oh So Sweet, Or Oh So Evil?

When you consume sugar, the bacteria in your mouth produce a sticky film called plaque on the surface of your teeth. The plaque feeds on the sugar, turning ...

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Dental Tips for Babies and Young Children

If you are a parent of young children you may be wondering when to start brushing your little one’s teeth. Rule of thumb: It’s never too early. Even ...

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Invisalign: An Invisible Substitute for Braces

You may be surprised to hear that the benefits of having straight teeth outweigh a confident smile and personality. According to the American Dental Association, straightening your teeth ...

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Dental365 Quick Tips for Bad Breath

Tips For Bad Breath: 1. Brush your tongue. Bad breath is usually caused by lingering bacteria in your mouth. Brushing your tongue eliminates most of this bacteria. 2. ...

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Steps to Take for a Knocked-Out Tooth

More than 5 million teeth are knocked out in the United States every year. If you find yourself or your child in this situation, don’t panic. With the ...

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All About Your Toothbrush Hygiene

We know that bacteria is all around us, but how can we limit the amount of bacteria on our toothbrushes? Toothbrushes play an important part in our everyday ...

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Evidence Links Heart Health & Gum Disease

Now there is a new item to add to your list while taking care of your heart. One that wouldn’t be expected like a gym membership or aspirin ...

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