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Everything You Should Know about pH and Dental Health

Posted on: Saturday, March 10th, 2018

When was the last time you contemplated the role of pH in your daily life? Maybe 10th grade chemistry class? Most of us don’t realize that pH isn’t just a part of a science lesson; it is a concept that impacts your body’s wellness every single day. In fact, pH is especially relevant when it […]

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How to Maintain Strong Dental Health

Posted on: Tuesday, February 20th, 2018

Strong dental health doesn’t happen by accident. If you want an enviably white and beautiful smile, you need to commit yourself to a thorough oral care routine every day and night. This is important not just for your teeth, but also for the rest of your body! The condition of your mouth influences your overall […]

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How to Prevent Tooth Decay

Posted on: Tuesday, January 16th, 2018

We all know that brushing your teeth is an important component of preventing tooth decay, but it is far from the only oral care responsibility you have. The truth is, preventing tooth decay requires a comprehensive approach of eating the right foods, cleaning your mouth thoroughly, and visiting your dentist regularly. If you are careful […]

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An Alternative to Silver Fillings

Posted on: Thursday, November 23rd, 2017

How many silver fillings do you have in your mouth? Are you aware that the silver fillings in your teeth actually unleash dangerous mercury vapor into your central nervous system every time you chew? Mercury poses serious health threats to all children and adults, which has led many nations to either ban silver fillings or […]

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The Dangers of Silver Fillings

Posted on: Friday, November 10th, 2017

Silver fillings, also called amalgam fillings, are so dangerous that it’s hard to understand why any modern dentist would continue using them to treat patients. Unfortunately, the majority of adults in America do have at least one silver filling despite their inherent perils. If you are one such adult, educate yourself about the side effects […]

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A Holistic Approach to Dental Hygiene

Posted on: Sunday, October 15th, 2017

Dental hygiene is about more than just brushing and flossing. From a holistic perspective, you mouth is truly a window into your overall health and wellness. If your teeth are in the midst of decay and your gums are inflamed, then you are most likely plagued by other health problems as well. This is because […]

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The Importance of Dental Hygiene

Posted on: Thursday, October 5th, 2017

The importance of dental hygiene can’t be understated, but in your busy day-to-day life, a few reminders might help to keep you on the right track with your oral care. Since there is no doubt that the health of your mouth mirrors the condition of your entire body, oral hygiene should always remain a top […]

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Are Root Canals Dangerous?

Posted on: Thursday, August 10th, 2017

The term root canal evokes fear and anxiety in many people, and for good reason! Despite the intention of a root canal to preserve your natural tooth by removing all pulp and infected material, the root canal procedure has a much darker side. The truth is that root canals pose significant dangers not just to […]

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What Causes Bad Breath?

Posted on: Monday, July 10th, 2017

Engaging in a conversation knowing that you have bad breath can feel as mortifying as smiling wide with a piece of spinach stuck between your front teeth. Fortunately, bad breath is easy to avoid once you understand its causes and solutions.

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The Relationship between Your Teeth and Your Organs

Posted on: Tuesday, June 20th, 2017

In today’s health insurance system, medical care is provided separately from dental care. In fact, there are many people have basic medical insurance but lack dental insurance. This separation has led to a widespread misconception that the health of the mouth is not related to the health of the body. This is a dangerous way […]

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