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Oral Health: Three Ways to Prevent Tooth Decay

According to the CDC, 20% of children who are 5 to 11 years old suffer from tooth decay. When neglected, tooth decay can cause pain and infections, which can hinder speaking and eating. The good news is that to...


What You Need To Know About Oral Surgery

Oral and maxillofacial surgery, better known as oral surgery, is one of the nine specialty areas of dentistry as recognized by the American Dental Association. Oral surgeons diagnose and treat functional dental...


Making Sure Your Child Has a Successful First Dental Visit

In adults, dental fear runs rampant – as many as 75% of the adult population in the United States suffer from some anxiety, fear, or even phobia when the talk comes to dental checkups and visits. So if older...


Parenting Tips: Make Your Child’s First Dental Visit a Success

Teaching your kids proper dental care early on can help them keep a perfect set of teeth well into old age. While tips and tricks from fellow parents can help get a child to enjoy the dental care experience, s...

Your Choppers and Your Heart: Does It Affect the Other?

  • October 26, 2016
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Gone are the days where you only had to sacrifice a beautiful smile when skipping the dentist because now you have to worry about your heart as well: a recent study from Finland suggests that poor dental care m...


Late Teething in Kids and Its Common Causes

A child is considered a late teether if they are over 13 months old and still flaunting a gummy grin. It’s sometimes difficult to discover your kid is toothless if they are amid toddlers who have popped out ...


Not Only Cavities: Bad Things That Can Happen if You Don’t Take Care of Your Teeth

Everybody knows that you’ll get cavities when you don’t take care of your teeth. However, cavities are the least of your problems. There are other hideous health conditions that could arise when you neglect...


Your Toothbrush is Trying to Tell You Something

Your toothbrush and its tiny and fine bristles can do wonders for your mouth. Along with toothpaste, it can remove plaque before it becomes tartar, freshen up your breath, clean your tongue, and give your teeth...