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Dental Cleanings Lower Risk of Pneumonia

Regular checkups should be an important component of preventive healthcare. Cleanings during dental checkups have been shown to reduce risk of bacterial pneumonia. Key takeaways: The mouth is never free of bacteria. However, good oral healthcare will limit the numbers of bacteria. Regular dental cleanings help to reduce the amount of bacteria that cause lung […]

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Posted by adwords on 30th November 2016, under Oral Hygiene and Prevention

Excellent Reasons Parents Should Save Their Kid’s Baby Teeth!

There are long-term benefits of storing away baby teeth, according to the National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research. Baby teeth are the most valuable source of stem cells. Key takeaways: · Baby teeth can stored away through institutions that offer the cryopreservation services. · Baby teeth are a source of the most powerful stem […]

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Posted by adwords on 25th November 2016, under Oral Hygiene and Prevention

Get Your Toddler to Adopt a Regular Oral Health Routine

You may be on the verge of giving up on getting your toddler brush their teeth. Even the pros struggle to get these young children to brush their teeth. Key takeaways: Even though they eventually fall off, baby teeth are important for function and in guiding the permanent teeth into their positions. Your children should […]

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Posted by adwords on 24th November 2016, under Oral Hygiene and Prevention

Why Do Teeth Hurt?

The intense pain you feel from your teeth could be caused by a number of factors. Remember, teeth are made up of living tissue called dentin. Key takeaways: · Tooth pain is in most cases caused by cavities, which are holes forming on the enamel layer of teeth. · The exposed dentin will register pain […]

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Posted by adwords on 23rd November 2016, under Oral Hygiene and Prevention

Lumineersfor Great-Looking Teeth with a Simple, Painless Process

Have you ever wished your teeth looked better? Is there a chipped tooth that embarrasses you?  A discoloured tooth that bothers you? A tooth gap you wish you didn’t have? Crooked or misshapen or small teeth? If any of these ring true, you owe it to yourself to investigate Lumineers. Key takeaways: Lumineers are a […]

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Posted by adwords on 22nd November 2016, under Miscellaneous

Sugar Is To Blame for Rampant Tooth Decay in Children

Sugar intake is a big problem today and is linked to children’s dental problems. A sugar tax would help control the problem and protect children’s teeth. Key takeaways: The introduction of a sugar tax on soft drinks would have clear benefits to the oral health of children between 11 and 18 years old. Tighter regulation […]

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Posted by adwords on 21st November 2016, under Miscellaneous

Foods That Combat Plaque Buildup And Clean Teeth

We are well aware of the advice that we should avoid sugary foods. However, not many people know of some useful foods that can help clean teeth. Key takeaways: Crisp or firm foods when eaten can help to clean your teeth after a meal. Common foods that will help you maintain clean healthy teeth are […]

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Posted by adwords on 21st November 2016, under Miscellaneous

Tooth Pain May Be Caused by Sinus Congestion

Persistent sinus infections may have a role in impacted wisdom teeth, tooth cavities, and tooth fractures. The pain caused by sinus congestion can move from tooth to tooth. Key takeaways: ·        The inflamed sinuses push or press against the roots of the upper teeth that are in close proximity to the sinus cavity. ·        The […]

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Posted by adwords on 18th November 2016, under Miscellaneous

What to Expect During a Dental Implant Procedure

You may be considering having dental implants to replace missing teeth. Dental implants are very popular, and have given many people the great smiles they have wanted.  Key takeaways: ·    Dental implants can replace a single tooth or multiple teeth, and can make dentures secure so they don’t slip. The implant is usually made of […]

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Posted by adwords on 16th November 2016, under Oral Hygiene and Prevention

Oral Health: Differentiating Myth from Facts

Dental appointments are important in the fight to have healthy teeth. Honoring the visits to the dentist will help to rule out any unforeseen problems with teeth. Let’s look at a few myths, and at the truth. Key takeaways: Baby teeth do not matter: That’s a myth. Decay of baby teeth may harm the permanent […]

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Posted by adwords on 16th November 2016, under Oral Hygiene and Prevention

Your Dental Health Affects Your Skin

Did you know that oral health can have an impact on how your skin looks? Learn more about things that your dermatologist would want to share with you. Key takeaways: Regular dental cleaning and checkups have a role to play in maintaining healthy skin. Poor dental health may lead to loss of bone density around […]

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Posted by adwords on 15th November 2016, under Oral Hygiene and Prevention

Eliminate These Bad Behaviors To Safeguard Teeth

Bubble gum can be ally in keeping good oral health. The sugarless type is useful for production of saliva that washes away food particles in the mouth. Key takeaways: Avoid chewing on ice since it may lead to cracking and chipping of teeth. Sports drinks are a big danger for your teeth owing to the […]

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Posted by adwords on 14th November 2016, under Oral Hygiene and Prevention

Ancient Dog & Human Teeth Reveal Link

Scientists have wondered how far back did dogs come into contact with human beings. Furthermore, at what time did the dog’s diet change from carnivorous to one filled wit starches. Key takeaways: A team of researchers has come across genetic evidence that both humans and dogs developed the ability to digest starch at the same […]

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Posted by adwords on 14th November 2016, under Practice Blog

Sugary, Caffeinated Drinks Ruin Sleep

Sugary beverages have been blamed for poor sleep. However, researchers have not been sure whether beverages are to blame or the lack of sleep fuels the cravings. Key takeaways: People will drink significantly more sugar sweetened and caffeinated drinks if they get little sleep. Sleeping for less than five hours predisposed people to drinking 21 […]

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Posted by adwords on 13th November 2016, under Practice Blog

Successful Women Have Started Grinding Teeth

Teeth grinding can be frightening since it appears teeth are shattering. Patients with bruxism should see a dentist to address the problem. Key takeaways: An estimated 6 million people in Britain suffer from bruxism, with an increasing number of cases among middle aged women. Bruxism may cause migraines, jaw pain, earaches, chipped tooth enamel, and […]

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Posted by adwords on 11th November 2016, under Oral Hygiene and Prevention

Plaque Removal Could Help Prevent a Heart Attack

Gum disease is a source of inflammation that may spread to other body organs. Inflammation may have adverse effects on the heart leading to stroke and heart disease. Brushing teeth with a plaque-fighting toothpaste reduce heart disease risk similar to taking statin drugs — without the side effects. Key takeaways:       Thoroughly brushing teeth […]

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Posted by adwords on 10th November 2016, under Miscellaneous

Dental Issues Point to Other Health Problems

Lesions in the mouth may point to other problems elsewhere, such as foot and mouth disease, thrush and mouth cancer. Only a dental visit and checkup will help diagnose the causes of the sores or lesions. Key takeaways: Cavities are caused by sugary foods and should be filled as soon as possible to prevent damage […]

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Posted by adwords on 8th November 2016, under Miscellaneous

Veterinarians Fight Anesthesia-Free Dentistry for Pets

The issue surrounding anesthesia-free dentistry has been controversial. It is difficult to keep a pet still during the teeth-cleaning procedure. Key takeaways: Just as human beings brush their teeth, dogs and cats require regular teeth cleaning. Keeping the pet awake during the teeth-cleaning procedure has potential for risks such as severe injuries to the gums […]

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Posted by adwords on 7th November 2016, under Oral Hygiene and Prevention

Regular Dental Care Is Needed For Healthy Dog

Have you been weary of the bad breath every time the dog comes close for a pat or cuddle? You should consider dental cleaning for your dog to maintain good oral health. Key takeaways: Dental cleaning helps get rid of plaque and tartar that builds on your pet’s teeth. Cleaning should be on a daily […]

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Posted by adwords on 6th November 2016, under Oral Hygiene and Prevention

The Indications of Dreams about Your Teeth Falling Out

Our dreams may fall in the categories of the outright bizarre, the sweet dreams and nightmares. People struggle to find meaning from all their dreams depending on the category. Key takeaways: Dreaming of losing your teeth can be terrifying and you may end up wondering what it all means. Dreaming about teeth indicates you are […]

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Posted by adwords on 4th November 2016, under Oral Hygiene and Prevention

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