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Today’s older adults are keeping their teeth longer than ever. We used to believe that tooth loss was just a part of old age, and that preventing it was out of our power. We now understand that maintaining oral hygiene throughout life and a diet filled with healthy foods and nutrients can prevent many of […]

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A Look Back 50 years ago Dr. Luther Terry published a report that warned against the use of tobacco. While the dangers of smoking are well known to us today, at the time the report was groundbreaking. It made direct connections between smoking and lung cancer, and was the first official report to do so. […]

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Many people think that if they don’t brush their teeth or take poor care of their gums, that only their mouth will be affected. Some may even think, It’s okay. Cosmetic dentists can give me a new smile. While that is true about great cosmetic dentistry, poor oral health affects much more than a person’s […]

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Everyone loves a nice smile. Most people do what they can to keep their smile as white as it can be. A session for teeth whitening with Zoom! can be hundreds of dollars. Over the counter whitening products are cheaper, but what are the risks of using these products? Is it worth the savings? While […]

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January is National Children’s Dental Health Month! This month is, at least partially, dedicated to raising awareness of the importance of maintaining dental health through pregnancy, attending to the dental health of young children and instilling within them a respect for the importance of dental health. The Center For Medicare and Medicaid Services is offering […]

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This year the number of smokers in the United States has hit an all time low. Those who do smoke smoke less than smokers have in the past, with most only getting through half a pack a day. People are more likely to admit they’d like to quit and less likely to consider themselves addicted. […]

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Pain relief has been as close as our finger tips for thousands of years. Reflexology is a form of massage beneficial for treating stress, illness, and pain. It involves massaging reflex points that are associated with different body organs and overall health. Reflex points are sometimes called meridian points. Reflexology can help dental patients in […]

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Whether you know a few close talkers or unfortunately are one yourself, you want to feel comfortable when things get close. You don’t want to be caught in a situation that requires close interaction (your best friend is finally telling you that secret you’ve been dying to hear!) and realize that halitosis has made itself […]

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For some people, a routine visit to the dentist can cause feelings of stress, panic and fear. Most people learn how to cope with the minor stresses of going to the dentist, but for those with dental anxiety or phobia, the thought of sitting in a dental chair can be extremely overwhelming. What Is Dental […]

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Oral cancer can kill, like any other cancer. According to the Oral Cancer Foundation, in 2013, 42,000 people in the US will be diagnosed with oral cancer. Oral cancer patients have an 80 to 90 percent survival rate, if the cancer is found and treated in the early stages. If the cancer is undiagnosed until […]

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