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05-24-2016

A healthy diet plays a key role in maintaining a healthy body. When individuals eat healthy food options, they feel energetic and their body has the right nutrients to handle the...

01-16-2015

The mouth reflects what happens in the body, and the body reflects what is going on in the mouth. Biological dentistry is an approach to oral care that accounts for the dynamic relationship...

01-14-2015

Did you know there might be more than a million bacteria living on your used toothbrush? According to the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, 70 percent of all used toothbrushes are...

01-07-2015

Ever since you were a child, your dentists have recommended regular checkups and cleaning. Depending on your own dental health, this could have meant visiting your dentist as often as every three...

01-05-2015

Some kids “chomp at the bit” to get braces because they view the dental work as a milestone in growing up. Other children are reluctant, concerned about how braces might look or feel. As a parent...

12-15-2014

You can expect to see your body change in many ways during pregnancy, including changes to your mouth and teeth. Many of these changes are the result of hormone fluctuations as you move through...

12-10-2014

Diabetes increases your risk for dental problems by impairing your body’s ability to fight off the bacteria in your mouth. Diabetes is a medical condition characterized by high blood sugar levels...

12-08-2014

If the thought of sitting in a dentist chair sends you into a white-knuckled cold sweat, you may have dental phobia. Fear of dentistry is common and often deeply rooted in the psyche of normally...

10-22-2014

Sleep apnea is a potentially life-threatening condition where breathing stops and starts repeatedly throughout the night. More than 18 million people in the United States suffer from sleep apnea,...

10-16-2014

Medical terms can be confusing for consumers, and even sometimes for some doctors and dentists. One of the best examples is the confusion between TMJ and TMD. Many people mistakenly say they...

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