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Whatever Your Vacation Plans This Year, Don’t Forget Teeth and Gum Care

COVID-19 containment restrictions could put a kink in many of our vacation plans this summer. With leisure air travel discouraged and popular attractions like Disney

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Implants Make Dentures More Secure, Comfortable and Bone-Friendly

Even in the 21st Century, losing most or all of your teeth is still an unfortunate possibility. Many in this circumstance turn to dentures, as

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Pay Attention to Gum Disease Warning Signs for an Early Diagnosis

Periodontal gum disease is a devastating infection that eventually causes tooth loss if not treated. Plaque removal, antibiotics and possible surgical intervention have proven quite effective

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Improve Your Brushing and Flossing Habit with These Tips

The most important thing you can do for good oral health is developing brushing and flossing habit. But we’re not born knowing how to do

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That Odd ‘Lacy’ Mouth Sore is No Cause for Alarm

Looking in the mirror, you probably focus on your teeth and gums—i.e., your smile. Your dentist, though, will take the time to look deeper into

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What a Family Dentist Can Do for You

A family dentist can do many things for you and everyone in your home. Dentists can treat all members of your household no matter what

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With Outdoor Sports to Begin, Be Prepared for Oral Injuries

Oral injuries…National Physical Fitness & Sports Month in May, sponsored by the President’s Council on Sports, Fitness & Nutrition, is a fitting time to encourage

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All Gum Disease Treatments Have the Same Goal – Removing Bacterial Plaque

Periodontal (gum) disease is a serious infection that can damage more than periodontal tissues — supporting bone structure is also at risk. Any bone loss

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Disclosing Agents Show Plaque You’ve Missed When Brushing and Flossing

Removing plaque, a bacterial film that builds up on teeth, daily is crucial in preventing dental disease, but is your brushing and flossing making enough

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Why Dental Care is Even More Important When You’re Pregnant

Learning you’re pregnant can be a joyous moment. But it also means life is about to change as you focus on protecting you and your

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