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A study published in General Dentistry has compared the effect soda drinking has on teeth to the similar effects drug use can have on oral health. A team of researcher compared the mouths of three study participants: a cocaine user, a methamphetamine user, and a soda drinker. The differences between the three were not as […]

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We’ve all probably heard our loved ones say it, and we’ve all probably said it ourselves. It’s fine. It doesn’t hurt that much. It’s not a big deal. It only happens sometimes. Maybe it will go away on its own. Maybe I’ll wait and see if it gets worse. Sometimes, minor ailments can be ignored, […]

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Everyone wants a smile bright enough to glow in a dim room, but many don’t realize their ideal smile can be attained using common household foods. It isn’t necessary to use harsh chemicals that break down your teeth’s natural defenses. Sure, this may leave them white quicker, but they become weaker and more prone to […]

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Bad breath happens to everyone, even celebrities, presidents, and your boss at work. While sometimes there are medical causes for someone’s bad breath, it can be easily combated by a few changes in your day-to-day habits. There are several reasons to quit smoking, and one of them is to finally put an end to bad […]

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Crunching on ice cubes or even crushed ice isn’t just bad, it’s dangerous for your teeth. Some people develop this terrible habit over time and end up doing it without even realizing it. The cold temperature and the brittle nature of ice can actually cause your teeth to fracture. When your tooth fractures, it creates […]

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Sometimes it’s nice to have options. But when your personal health is concerned, you’re going to want the best. So which do you choose: floss picks, water flossers, or plain old traditional floss? let’s review the pros and cons of each. Floss Picks Floss picks are those small, disposable plastic sticks, generally Y or F-shaped, […]

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Nutrition and oral health are as bound together as our heart health and nutrition. we often assume that just cutting out foods that are high in sugar and starches can lead to healthier teeth, but it’s not just about what are teeth are chewing on. It’s also about what how well our body is supplying […]

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Sure, there are many teeth whitening regimens out there that you can apply over and over again to keep your teeth as pearly white as possible. However, if you can manage to prevent stains, you wouldn’t have to deal with that at all.

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This Thursday is Thanksgiving Day, a celebration that is generally filled with a lot of food and a lot of drinks (and a lot of football). Is your favorite side the stuffing? Or is this one of the few times you let yourself have as many sugary drinks as your body can handle? Before you […]

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[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]It’s the most wonderful time of the year. It’s that time when turkeys are in the oven, when the infamous green bean casserole is on the menu, and when pumpkin pie makes dessert complete the Thanksgiving season is upon us. In addition to being thankful for all of the delicious food, I’m particularly thankful for […]

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