You may be wondering about your bad breath, even though you might not be eating onion or garlic more often. You may have this bad breath due to your gums. This gum-related bad breath is also known as perio breath, and it is a sign of a bigger problem with your gums. In this article, […]

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Do you like fluoride? Well, according to the ADA, it’s a cavity fighter, especially for developing teeth.  You’ve probably been getting enough of it, even without trying. It comes from the water, our food and supplements, and that all is used to create strong enamel, which is good for resisting tooth decay. After the teeth […]

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A lot of children see the dentist before they turn 1, and some go when they are 1. But, why is that so important. The biggest thing is of course, the cycle of tooth decay. These conditions do create a cycle of events in a lot of babies that create oral health, decay causing bacteria, […]

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Women might be more susceptible in most cases to oral health issues because they experience hormonal changes quite a bit. Hormones not only affect the supply of blood to the gum tissue, but also the response of the body to the poisons that are out there.  This can also happen because of plaque buildup. As […]

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Most of the time, we don’t even realize how much of an impact white tooth have on our smile. Of course, this means health, happiness, invitation, and warmth, especially, since it’s part of the human condition. This is beyond both personal and social perceptions, since a contagious smile makes you feel, and you’re perceived as […]

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Tooth loss becomes much more common as we get older, and there are a few reasons for you to have it happen.  Here, we’ll discuss tooth loss in it of itself, and what you should do in order to ensure that tooth loss is tracked, and you can prevent it from happening. There are nine […]

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There are various accidents that happen, and when they involve the mouth, this leads to cracked teeth, especially cracked front teeth. Getting bumped by elbows, taking a bite out of food that’s too cold, or even tripping on the sidewalk can actually put a big issue and damper into your front teeth, which are your […]

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