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Diabetes is a condition that can be lifelong for some patients. It is characterized by chronically high blood sugar. It can cause poor healing, neuropathy, blindness, and other complications. It can also cause mouth problems. Diabetes can increase the risk of tooth decay. The mouth is home to many forms of bacteria. Plaque is formed […]

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Making sure you teeth are completely clean is hard enough without gluing metal brackets onto each individual tooth and stringing those brackets together with metal wire. Braces make nearly everything about dental hygiene harder. Brushing becomes more difficult and flossing almost impossible. However difficult, it is crucial to keep teeth extra clean during the time […]

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Dentists and researchers are constantly looking for ways to break down the social inequalities that exist in the world of dental health. A recent survey carried out by the University of Copenhagen and the World Health Organization has found that schools can play a big role in educating their students on dental health and thus […]

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Brushing twice a day, flossing and semi-annual dentist visits are just some of the basics of oral health. However, for every one fact, two myths come out. Which ones are true and which ones are not? Myth #1: More sugar = more tooth decay Lie: It’s not exactly the amount of sugar intake that is […]

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Digital dental x-rays offers a more comfortable and more convenient way to x-ray the mouth. Like its predecessor, digital dental x-rays offer a look into the teeth, bones, mouth, jaw, soft tissues, and can expose any hidden problems. A digital x-ray uses a smaller sensor than a traditional x-ray. This results in more comfort for […]

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Imagine a scenario where you’re on one of the greatest dates of your life – delicious dinner, attractive companion (whom you seem to be highly compatible with), great atmosphere, etc. The night is coming to a close and you realize you will probably have to kiss your date goodnight.’ Now the dinner you just consumed […]

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There are several good reasons to get an oral piercing. Maybe it’s particularly flattering on your face. Maybe it helps develop your look and style more completely. There’s no denying that it’s an excellent form of self-expression, and a sure way to set yourself apart. But what are you getting into, specifically health-wise, when committing […]

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Researchers at the University of Copenhagen were interested in targeting groups of people most at risk for poor oral health and motivating them in a new way. The team of researchers had recognized that national campaigns promote a one-sided form of communication. The public is being talked at instead of spoken with about dental health. […]

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Dental health is important for everyone, including children. A visit to a dentist can be a scary and anxiety provoking experience for a child. This is true regardless of if it is a first experience or a repeat trip (particularly if prior trips did not go well). How can parents prepare their children for a […]

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Expecting a baby is an exciting time in life. Perhaps you had dental work planned or you are in need of dental work. Should you continue with your dental work during pregnancy? The answer is yes. Pregnancy causes a lot of changes in a woman’s body both physically and chemically. There is a link between […]

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