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Many of the things we drink are actually pretty bad for our teeth, especially soda, fruit juice, and coffee. What options does that leave for the dental health conscious to quench their thirst? Fortunately, there are a few drinks that are much less likely to cause...

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Bad Oral Health Fads

Bad Oral Health Fads

Fads aren’t always about hairstyles and slang; they can also be about the way we take care of our bodies, including our teeth. It’s important to be able to tell the difference between something that is popular and something that has the support of the dental health...

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What To Do When You Have A Toothache

What To Do When You Have A Toothache

A toothache is never fun to deal with, and they can happen for a variety of reasons. Do you know what to do when one strikes, especially if it happens over the holidays or at the beginning of the weekend and you can’t get quick access to professional dental care?...

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The Top 3 Worst Drinks For Your Teeth

The Top 3 Worst Drinks For Your Teeth

One of life’s cruelest ironies is that so many of the foods and drinks we enjoy the most aren’t good for us at all. Naturally, as dental professionals, we’re particularly concerned about the ones that are bad for our teeth. That’s why we’re giving our patients a heads...

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Oral Piercings: Self-Expression With Risks

Oral Piercings: Self-Expression With Risks

We all like to show off our personality and sense of style in the way we present ourselves, from clothing to hairstyle to cosmetics. Piercings are often an important component of personal image, but unlike clothing and hairstyles, piercings come with health risks —...

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Teeth, Gums, And Diabetes

Teeth, Gums, And Diabetes

It might seem like diabetes and oral health have little to do with each other, but this is unfortunately not the case. One of the most common effects of diabetes is, in fact, gum disease, and the two conditions can actually make each other harder to deal with. This is...

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Reasons To Be Thankful For The Dentist

Reasons To Be Thankful For The Dentist

We’re almost at the end of another year, and one of the best parts of the holiday season is getting some time to take stock of all the things we’re grateful for. From our families to our careers, our homes to our country, those lists can be pretty long, and one more...

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Interceptive Orthodontics: The Basics

Interceptive Orthodontics: The Basics

When we picture someone with braces, we usually picture a teenager with a mouthful of colorful brackets. What we don’t typically picture is orthodontic appliances on younger children. However, interceptive orthodontics can reduce the need for tooth extraction and jaw...

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The Impact Of Smoking On Oral Health

The Impact Of Smoking On Oral Health

You’re probably familiar with some of the ways smoking impacts our health, particularly lung cancer. However, that’s not where the damage ends. Smoking can harm every part of the body, including our oral health. And the problems don’t end with stained teeth and bad...

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The Hidden Sugars In Our Food

The Hidden Sugars In Our Food

When we think of sugary food, we usually picture things like candy, cake, pie, ice cream, and soda. However, there is sugar hiding in many of the foods we buy at the grocery store — even foods we don’t think of as sweet! This is bad news for our oral health, because...

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