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Dental Advice

5 Back to School Dental Health Tips

Kick the school year off to a healthy start with good oral health habits that will form the basis of a life-long routine and ensure clean bright healthy teeth for your little ones.

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Importance of Oral Health Care for the Elderly

Senior citizens are more prone to tooth loss, toothaches, and periodontal diseases because of their cracked teeth and receded gums.

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Link Between Oral Health and Systemic Health

Oral systemic health is the connection between oral health and overall health. Countless studies have demonstrated a link between poor oral health and systemic diseases such as heart disease, diabetes, stroke, dementia, rheumatoid arthritis, and even preg

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Have you got a stinky mask mouth?

Wearing a facemask for added protection has become part of our daily life, during this 2020 global pandemic. However, donning a mask has now created an ugly side effect known as “mask mouth”.

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Are you grinding your teeth while you are asleep?

Teeth grinding (also known as Bruxism) is the involuntary action of gnashing and clenching of teeth while you are sleeping.

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Text your teen for good oral hygiene

Good oral hygiene is the last thing on a young teen’s mind and over the long term can have serious consequences for them.

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Why should you and your family be using Xylitol daily? No Cavities is why!

Brushing and flossing are important, but they aren't going to keep those cavities away. There's a much larger underlying force at play.

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5 Reasons To Scrape Your Tongue Every Day

Tongue scraping is a fast way to remove extra particles — including the ones that cause bad breath — from the surface of your tongue. It’s done with a small, slightly rounded tool made from plastic or metal.

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We’re here to help you get a healthier smile and a healthier body.

Your gums are a barrier that helps prevent inflammation that may damage your body. Gum disease has been linked to health problems such as diabetes, heart disease, stroke, and premature births or low-birth weight babies.

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Want to prevent dental decay? Now you can! XYLITOL - What is it? How does it work? What is it used for?

Xylitol tastes sweet but, unlike sugar, it is not converted in the mouth to acids that cause tooth decay.

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