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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...

09-29-2014

Taking care of your teeth isn’t just about having fresh breath and an attractive smile. Recent studies are finding that the condition of your mouth is closely linked to your total body wellness....

09-25-2014

Most of us have been brushing our teeth for so long that it’s second nature. But proper brushing may not be as simple as you think. Here are four common toothbrush mistakes you should avoid in...

09-22-2014

Keeping your smile healthy and attractive requires dedicated, daily care. However, even with the best brushing habits, you could be causing serious damage to your smile without knowing it. Here...

09-17-2014

It’s common to experience changes in our teeth and gums as we get older. In fact, reaching the golden years puts seniors at a much higher risk for oral health issues, many of which result from the...

07-24-2014

Your dentist plays a big role in your overall health. Not only do dentists keep your teeth healthy and clean, but they also screen you for many diseases that can impact other areas of your health...

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