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Having a family member with Alzheimer’s can be difficult, and it requires a lot of dedication by you or the caregiver to ensure your family member’s well-being and health. As many sites are noting, scientists are discovering a link between Alzheimer’s patients and poor dental health. Whether this is the cause, an exacerbating factor, or […]

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Toothaches are no fun. Unfortunately, toothaches are a part of life for people who fail to practice the best oral hygiene. There are a number of reasons a toothache may arise. If you’re suffering from a toothache, but you’re not sure what it might be, here are a couple of potential possibilities: The Causes of […]

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If you have bad breath, it can be embarrassing. You may fear talking to people or being around others, and wonder what you can do to stop it. To help restore your self-confidence and freshen your breath, here are four tips on how to prevent bad breath: Brush your teeth and tongue twice a day […]

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Every time you turn on the news, it seems like there’s a new study saying that drinking coffee poses a potential risk to your health & well-being, or that it has been shown to be beneficial to your health. If you find this frustrating, then you’re not going to be too happy about the facts […]

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The idea that dentist appointments are scary is a concept that has become mainstream within popular culture. In reality though, most visits to the dentist don’t require any invasive or painful procedures, and if you’ve taken good care of your gums and teeth, then the appointment will be relatively simple. Regardless of this fact, many […]

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Contrary to what you might believe, tooth extraction is a complex procedure that requires more work than simply “pulling out the tooth.” Often times, an extraction procedure can require sedation, oral surgery tools and a team of multiple dental professionals. Likewise, extraction manifests itself in differing forms depending on the reason for the extraction in […]

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You might think you doing good by drinking diet soda, tea or juice, instead of sipping sugary soda, but even though these drinks might have less sugar than soda, they have other qualities that can harm your oral health. Learn why you should drink these four drinks only in moderation in order to protect your […]

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Pulling teeth is the nuclear option of dental treatments. Though popular culture associates the removal of teeth as a common practice for patients and visitors to the oral surgeon, pulling a tooth is a last ditch effort to solve a dental problem; once a tooth is pulled, there’s no going back. When speaking with your […]

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As far as we know, it’s nobody’s favorite activity, but tooth extractions are an important and sometimes necessary procedure for those suffering from some dental ailments. Likewise, whether or not the procedure itself is bad, extraction of a permanent tooth means that tooth is gone forever. So what can you do to prevent ever having […]

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Of all the activities done in a person’s daily oral hygiene routine, flossing is almost unanimously the most difficult. Manipulating a small piece of floss between your teeth can require a lot of finesse and manual dexterity. Even those gifted with steady hands still manage to make mistakes in their technique. We’ve dedicated today’s blog […]

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