Is the Cold or Flu Harming Your Dental Health?

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Have you been so sick with a cold or flu that you just didn’t feel like taking care of your daily oral routine? It’s important to remember that being sick 7-14 days can impact your oral health if you don’t stay on schedule with caring for your teeth and gums. Let’s have a look: Brush… Read more »

How to Help Your Child Prevent Tooth Decay Development

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Tooth decay is your child’s smile’s number one enemy. It’s probably your child’s number one enemy as well. No kid wants to undergo treatment with the dental drill because they decided to let tooth decay take over their smile. Fortunately, there are things you can do to help your child prevent dental cavities on their… Read more »

What Can You Do to Enhance Your Oral Health as You Age?

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Have you ever wanted to improve your oral health but were unsure where to start? Are you beginning to age and want to get your oral health in high gear as soon as possible? What can you do to enhance your oral health as you age? Listed below are a few suggestions: – If you… Read more »

Making Oral Hygiene Fun for Kids

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As your child grows, he or she learns how to take care of themselves. One of the skills they need to gain during this time is how to brush his or her teeth. Helping your child get into the habit of brushing at least twice a day for two minutes can be difficult. However, if… Read more »

April Is Oral Cancer Awareness Month

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As designated by the Oral Cancer Foundation, April is Oral Cancer Awareness Month. Oral cancer is a terrible disease that affects tens of thousands of new people every year. Of them, only just more than half will be alive in 5 years. Knowing its risk factors and getting screened can save your life. One of… Read more »

Gum Disease: The Signs to Watch Out For

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Gum disease is a serious dental issue that can completely destroy your oral health if it’s left untreated. The disease develops when you have poor oral hygiene, when you miss your six month dental appointments, when you use tobacco products, and when you have crooked teeth that are difficult to clean. It is very important… Read more »